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    • Lean / Six Sigma Cultural Awareness Survey
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    • Instructions
      The purpose of this survey is to measure employees' perception of the process improvement culture at (company name). Please select the answer that most closely matches your overall experience in your work environment. Try not to think too deeply about the question. The survey will work best if you answer each question with your first instinct. Remember, this survey is blinded and completely confidential. Please be honest. Every question must be answered.
    • My department has a defined process improvement objective.
    • Six Sigma is a process improvement practice that strives to eliminate errors and variation.
    • I am encouraged to come up with new and better ways of doing things at (company name).
    • Process Improvement initiatives at company are communicated effectively.
    • Employees are recognized for improving work processes.
    • Our goal of being “Error Free, On Time, Every Time” is ingrained in our culture .
    • An organization that embraces ”Lean Thinking” is more competitive and efficient.
    • I know how job performance is measured in the area of process improvement.
    • When (company name) initiates changes to improve work processes, those improvement efforts are sustained over the long-run.
    • I have heard the term “Lean / Six Sigma” used at work, and have some understanding of the meaning.
    • Effort is made to get improvement ideas from (company name) employees.
    • Effort is made to get improvement ideas from (company name) employees.
    • It is acceptable to try new ideas for performance improvement at (company) despite the outcome.
    • The environment at (company name) encourages creativity, innovation, and continuous improvement.
    • “Lean Thinking” is a business practice that looks to achieve more productivity with less resources.
    • (company name) implements change quickly when needed.
    • Work processes at (company name) are put into place in order to add value to our product (product name).
    • (company name) communicates results of ongoing process improvement projects.
    • Totals
      Fill in the total of all respondents here
      Fill in the number of respondents that marked each box here, then plat the numbers
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