Morris Midwest Customer Open House March 2013
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In this presentation, we discuss the 3 failure modes of lean journeys (not all of these slides will be useful without hearing the explanation that goes along with them)

In this presentation, we discuss the 3 failure modes of lean journeys (not all of these slides will be useful without hearing the explanation that goes along with them)

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  • Purpose Part of how we think are the Lean Guiding Principles. Steps Indicate the key points. Add your own perspective. Key Points We must change how we observe and learn to observe the actual system that produces our results, not just observe the results. Our current observations usually only drive further fire-fighting and do not lead to systematic change. With the purpose of the principle bring tools such as value stream mapping. My perspective on this lean principle: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  • Purpose Part of how we think are the Lean Guiding Principles. Steps Indicate the key points. Add your own perspective. Key Points We must change how we observe and learn to observe the actual system that produces our results, not just observe the results. Our current observations usually only drive further fire-fighting and do not lead to systematic change. With the purpose of the principle bring tools such as value stream mapping. My perspective on this lean principle: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Morris Midwest Customer Open House March 2013 Morris Midwest Customer Open House March 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • The Good, The Bad, and the UglyLean journeys fail more often than they should…and what you can do about it. Jamie Flinchbaugh
  • Do MoreWith Less
  • Pareto of Lean Failure Modes Top 3 Failure Modes 1. Lean is about thinking, not tools 2. Leadership must be engaged, not just passive support 3. Don’t copy a strategy. Each organization needs its own roadmap. 4
  • Why Sustainability is HardTools are not enoughPrinciples drive behaviorsHow do we work at this level? 5
  • •5 Principles drive lean Get the behaviors7 thinking right •Directly observe work as activities, connections, and flows “Saying is one thing, •Systematic waste doing another.” elimination -Montaigne •Establish high agreement of both what and how •Systematic problem solving •Create a learning organization
  • Leaders must •5 Leadership Moves be engaged, not just supportive •Leaders must be teachers8 •Create tension, not stress “You must be the change •Eliminate both fear and you wish to see comfort in the world” - Gandhi •Lead through participation, not proclamation •Build lean into your personal practices
  • 1 Percent Wildly SuccessfulWill you follow everyone else’s strategy, or chart a new course? http://www.riskmanagementinsight.com/media/images/weblog/Lemmings.jpg http://www.riskmanagementinsight.com/media/images/weblog/Lemmings.jpg 9
  • Your Next Changing culture requires…Steps Our principles are a product of our past experiences. To change them, we must: 1. Articulate the change. Give people the language that explains the thinking. 2. Give people new experiences that outweigh the old experiences. 3. Help people reflect to internalize the thinking. Be the change you wish to see. Lean begins with you! 10
  • Questions11
  • Jamie Flinchbaugh Lean Learning Center LeanLearningCenter.com JamieFlinchbaugh.com Jamie@LeanLearningCenter.com12