Ideally, your company meetings offer an opportunity for a valuable exchange of ideas between leaders and employees, with plenty of time to discuss the issues that are impeding the company's progress and lots of actionable suggestions that will resolve these problems quickly and efficiently.
Your company’s lean assessment model helps the business to run smoothly and be ore predictable…unless, of course, it doesn’t. A model that’s poorly designed and deployed can create waves of problems across your company.
How do you know if you’re doing it correctly? Start with this list of do’s and don’ts, so your company will be poised for an easy transition.
There is certainly no shortage of content on operational excellence (OpEx) and continuous improvement (CI). Unfortunately, many companies that seek improvement never get far enough in their efforts to experience sustainable change.
Is your company's OpEx efforts stuck in neutral? Are you tired of trying to implement meaningful improvements and failing to make them stick?
If so, it's time to assess the health of your company's lean management system (LMS).