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Management System for Lean Leaders
Improving Lean Leadership Effectiveness
Most Lean organizations are missing a critical ingredient: a Lean management system to sustain it. Lean organizations are mostly focused on finding waste and eliminating them using Lean tools. However, to sustain Lean practices, we need a Lean Management System. And, Lean cultures grow from robust Lean management systems.
A Lean Management System is the system that allows you to deliver customer value through proper support and leadership to those who are closest to the process (customers and process owners). The system consists of four key elements: Leader Standard Work, Visual Control, Daily Accountability and Leadership Discipline.
As a daily management system, this is the most effective mechanism for managing employees not just in the shopfloor or office, but also those working in a flexible or work-from-home environments.
The Lean Management System will help Lean leaders such as team leaders, supervisors, department managers, value stream managers and senior executives to improve leadership effectiveness based on Lean best practices.
This presentation shows you how to implement a sustainable, successful transformation by developing a culture that has your stakeholders throughout the organizational chart involved and invested in the outcome. It teaches you how to implement the four key elements of the Lean Management System to enhance your effectiveness as a Lean transformation leader.
Acquire knowledge on the four key elements of the Lean Management System
Acquire knowledge on the supporting elements of the Lean Management System
1. Introduction to Lean Management System
2. Key Elements of a Lean Management System
Leader Standard Work
Daily Accountability Process
3. Supporting Elements of a Lean Management System
Value Stream Mapping
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