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  • Kozo Ohsone (general manager of the Sony Tape Recorder Business Division) and his Staff members under the support and guidance of Late Mr. Masaru Ibuka and Sony Founder and Honorary Chairman Akio Morita. On June 22 1979, the Sony Walkman was launched in Tokyo. Journalists were treated to an unusal press conference. They were taken to Yoyogi (a major park in Tokyo) and given a Walkman to wear. 1995 – 150 MILLION, Till now 300 models have been designed.
  • Dr. Spencer Ferguson Silver & Mr. Arthur Fry (3M)
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  • Organizations differentiate people, process and structure to maximize their efficiency. They specialize their people to develop experts; they institutionalize rules so they do not re-invent the wheel. They tighten the structure to minimize redundancy and to hold people accountable for doing their jobs and following the rules. Establishing these “organizational boundaries” creates the focus , accountability , and control necessary to maximize efficiency — it defines the “way we do things around here.”
  • But differentiation also creates boundaries to people working together. People know what their job is, so they hesitate to spend time on things that are not their job. People are complaint to the rules, so they do not look for innovative and creative ways of doing things. People are loyal to their functions, so they protect they turf. People are focused on their specific tasks and seldom ask why they are doing those tasks. As a result, they often end up doing the wrong things, right the first time.
  • Organizations must create boundaries (infrastructure) to maximize their efficiency and do things “right the first time.” But People must also work across those organizational boundaries to maximize effectiveness and do the “right things.” It creates an information rich environment that fosters innovation and creativity.
  • Appreciate the processes which happen before and after your part of the work. How you could take guidance as well as offer counsel to others. Allows you to See the larger picture. “ Look at work” as never before. A fresh approach. Gives the courage to laugh at your problems and express your ideas even when it looks crazy and impossible. Achieve satisfaction when you find your suggestions have helped other teams to function effectively. Become more creative and innovative and break away from routine, monotony and boredom.
  • CFT was originally developed as a follow-up to 3M's Management Development Program (MDP). Its goal was to increase a manager's ability to work across organizational boundaries to achieve goals and objectives beyond their level of authority and control. Cross-Functional teamwork is critical to new product development. CFT is very effective in increasing collaboration within staff groups and between staff groups and line functions.
  • CFT is an excellent resource for maximizing collaboration on continuous improvement efforts. Tools like Lean Manufacturing , Six Sigma , and Statistical Process Control provide organizations with the tools they need to increase productivity and performance. CFT provides a highly collaborative process for applying these tools — a process that increases ownership and commitment and maximizes the results of continuous improvement efforts.
  • (Appreciate diversity of thought, Analyzing other perspectives, listening without prejudice & bias) (without concern or fear for what might go wrong) (Indefatigable attitude) (Effective articulation of ideas) (Crisis loving personality) (Empowering environment) (Flexible Thought and Action orientation) (Most important)

Cross Functional Learning and Teamwork Cross Functional Learning and Teamwork Presentation Transcript

  • Cr os s F un ct io na l L ea rn ing and Te am wo rk V. Balasubramanian
  • Who brought the music to your ears?
  • Do you know this! Who invented this?
  • Have you used this before?
  • Conventional Organizational Structures
  • Reasons for Traditional Structures
    • Maximize Efficiency
    • Embed Specialization
    • Minimize Redundancy
    • Create Focus, Accountability and Control
  • Advantages & Risks
  • What unintentionally happens!
    • Creates boundaries
    • Hesitation to look beyond their work
    • Inhibit Innovation and Creativity
    • Questioning mind lost
  • Why We Need Cross-Functional Learning & Teamwork!
    • Effectiveness along with Efficiency
    • Fosters Spirit of Innovation and Creativity
  • 1 + 1 = 11
  • How this helps you?
    • Appreciate the Flow of Processes
    • See the larger picture
    • Fresh approach to work
    • Courage to articulate ideas
    • Improve Satisfaction
    • Enhance Creativity
  • Benefits
    • MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
    • PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
    • STAFF COLLABORATION
  • Benefits continued….
    • Continuous Improvement Efforts
    • Maximize Collaboration
    • Increased Productivity and Performance
    • Increased Ownership and Commitment
  • Prerequisites for Cross Functional Learning
    • Open mind
    • Free Thinking
    • Be Highly Motivated
    • Develop good communication
    • Strong Leadership Quality
    • Delegation of Authority, Resources and Support
    • Embrace Change
    • Develop Trust and Belief
  • “ None of Us is as Smart as All of Us ” – Thank You
  • Feedback please!
    • What did you like the most about the presentation?
    • Stories told B) Exercise given C) Content of the Slides D) Take away’s from the session
    • What would you like to be improved in the presentation?
    • A) Delivery B) Pace C) Content D) Ideas