Framework for Change Management Part V

This the final post about a change management frame work ATEEP.  We’ve covered alignment in Framework for Change Management Part I , team in Framework for Change Management Part II,  experimenting in Framework for Change Management Part III, and execution in Framework for Change Management Part IV. The last step is the…

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Framework for Change Management Part IV

ATEEP is the framework that we use to help accelerate and make change stick.  We’ve covered alignment in Framework for Change Management Part I , team in Framework for Change Management Part II, and experimenting in Framework for Change Management Part III.  Once you have your solution execution is next in the…

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Framework for Change Management Part III

ATEEP is the framework that we use to help accelerate and make change stick.  We’ve covered alignment in Framework for Change Management Part I and team in Framework for Change Management Part II.  This post we’ll cover the first E experimentation.  Before we talk about experimenting I want to first talk about…

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Framework for Change Management Part II

ATEEP is the framework that we use to help accelerate and make change stick.  We’ve covered alignment in Framework for Change Management Part I.  This post we’ll cover T(eam) and why it’s important to the goals you want to achieve.  Team refers to the people that you decide to put in…

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Framework for Change Management Part I

In the last post How to Triple Your Chances of Hitting Your 2017 Productivity and Quality Goals we talked about how addressing behavior is just as important as technical changes when it comes to achieving hard goals.  We used the frame work ATEEP: A -Alignment T -Team E -Experiment E -Execute P…

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Lean Manufacturing Concepts and How to Use Them Part II

In a previous article, Lean Manufacturing Concepts and How to Use Them Part I, we talked about wastes, flow, and over burdening as core concepts of Lean.  For part II we are going to look at autonomation (aka jidoka) and continuous improvement (aka kaizen) and radical change/improvement (aka kaikaku). Autonomation/Jidoka Autonomation or…

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Lean Manufacturing Concepts And How to Use Them Part I

In Lean manufacturing the top three concepts you need to know about are Muda (Waste), Mura (Flow), Muri (overburdening).   For why and how these three concepts became the focus of Lean Manufacturing read Is Lean Right for My Company.  Waste is defined as Transportation Inventory Motion   Waiting Over-production Over-processing Defects or the acronym TIM WOOD.  Flow…

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Is Lean Right for My Company?

The answer is absolutely and Hell no!  Let me go in to detail as to why it’s both.  Lean manufacturing has a history spanning back over 100 years informally and formally since Toyota in the 1960s.  It’s grown to other industries and goes by names like Lean Healthcare, Lean Government,…

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