wikinetix - enablers of lean growthTHE ACTOR ATLAS & SHINGOLEVELS OF TRANSFORMATION:LEARNING FOR THEINCLUSIVE SOCIETYFROM LEAN MANUFACTURINGWikinetix (B) -- Dr. Jan Goossenaertswww.wikinetix.com .twitter: @collaboratewiki . content
SOCIETY-WIDE wikinetix - enablers of lean growth LEAN TRANSFORMATION QUESTIONS1. At the society-wide systems level, can one explain what the Shingo Levels of transformation represent in terms of specific activities?2. As society begins a lean (sustainability) transformation, what does this mean at the tools & techniques level in specific areas?3. And how does the lean journey proceed to the systems level, to create a more integrated and sustained improvement model?4. And what does it mean: a consistent lean society culture? . . content
wikinetix - enablers of lean growthTHE ANSWER’S BUILT UP External and internal transformation are interdependent Abstracting “corporate-context localizers” Regime shifts at Shingo’s three levels Principles: ref. Why Nations Fail System: domestic accountability Tools: the social media enablers The need for smart media solutions Towards a “Joint Transformation Regime’’ . . content
INTERDEPENDENT wikinetix - enablers of lean growth TRANSFORMATIONSInternal: Department to Organisation: the specific activities comprise a lean approachExternal: Process integration and intercommunity exchanges require standardsIn an extended enterprise or supply chain the internal transformation space is constrained also by external transformation enablersBackground: the USPI-NL roadmap, e.g. as in Section 1.5 of NISTIR 7259, Capital Facilities Information Handover Guide, Part 1. . . content
EXTERNAL LEAN wikinetix - enablers of lean growth TRANSFORMATION CAPABILITIES?Business to external relations: specific activities include the articulation of the architecture content for the links in the supply chain and other relationsHow to drive society through the levels of transformation? A first approach in "A multi-level model-driven regime for value-added tax compliance in erp systems. Computers in Industry 60 (9), 709-727. Url: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.compind.2009.05.013 Open access (draft): http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1367042 . . content
ABSTRACTING wikinetix - enablers of lean growth“CORPORATE-CONTEXT LOCALIZERS” Principle-driven Problem /Gap Peer Intelligence (Market, Science, Register System-driven Roadmap, Benchmarking,..) Problem reference model Identification Tool-driven Evaluation / Monitoring Translation real site Analysis and s diagnosis work system site specific Intervention reference model Implementation Plan of action Design . .More details: wikiworx: crb-methodology content
EMERGING REGIME SHIFTS AT EACH OF wikinetix - enablers of lean growthTHREE LEVELS OF TRANSFORMATION (1) Why • Extractive to inclusive Principle- Nations political and economic driven Fail institutions • A systems approach to System- OECD- domestic driven DAC accountability in development (ref.) • Executives, managers Tool-driven Social take social media Media from idea to action(ref.) .Ens Dictionary: Regime (definition) . content
wikinetix - enablers of lean growthTOOLS (ANSWERING 2)Enablers, applying social media forlean learning & lean enterprisein a lean society: collective regulative bundle: link collective decision frame: link collaborative diagnostics : link collaborative therapeutics: link supporting dictionaries: link . . content
SYSTEM (ANSWERING 3) wikinetix - enablers of lean growth Service providers – non state Citizens Parlementarians, political parties Media & National Audit professional Institutions associations Government Service providers - state .Domestic accountability system model .(OECD-DAC report) content
THE LEAN SOCIETY NEEDS wikinetix - enablers of lean growth SMART MEDIA SOLUTIONS create, maintain & provide smart content facilitate the creative/deliberative work towards the Lean Society at levels: Principles: extractive to inclusive institutions System: domestic accountability context Tools: smart media as part of point solutions . . content
THE REFORMED wikinetix - enablers of lean growth“TRANSFORMATION REGIME” (4)Life-long learning & competitive corporate-context transformationon a level playing field of political & economic institutions that are inclusive from the local to the global social contextenabled by Actor Atlas social repository . . content
ACTOR ATLAS UTILITY wikinetix - enablers of lean growth Service providers – non state Parlementarians, Citizens political parties Actor Media & professional Atlas National Audit Institutions associations Service Government providers - state . Further reading: . content The Actor Atlas blog
wikinetix - enablers of lean growth ORIGINS: THE INITIAL QUESTIONQ: According to the Shingo Prize Model, "As organizations begin a lean transformation, it is usually at the tools & techniques level in specific areas of the organization. Ideally, the Lean journey then proceeds to the systems level, creating a more integrated and sustained improvement model." Has anyone gone to the systems level and can explain what that represents in terms of specific activities?Asked by Samuel Tomas, on May 10, 2009, in the APICS Lean community (APICS – The Association of Operations Management)Featured as APICS Question of the week (March 22, 2010) http://www.apics.org/default.htm . . content
A NOTE ON THE SHINGO PRIZE FOR wikinetix - enablers of lean growth OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCEThe Shingo Prize is recognized as the premier award for operational excellence. Its focus is on lean manufac- turing and the elimination of waste: achieving demon- strable business results through the application of Dr. Shingo’s three levels of transformation: Principle-driven: imbedding principles into culture System-driven: structuring tools into a systems context Tool-driven: using specific methods to create point solutionsFurther reading: The Shingo Prize for Operational Excellence (Utah State University, Jon M. Huntsman School of Business) . . content
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