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A simple model to help us transfer good from on process or area to another.

A simple model to help us transfer good from on process or area to another.

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    • Yokoten: sharing the good the model
    • Created by Tom Curtis 2011Blog: www.onimproving.blogspot.comPresentations: on www.slideshare.net/onimproving Email: ideamerchants@gmail.comTwitter: @onimproving
    • Yokoten Yokoten is the transfer of something worthwhilefor one process or area to another. What follows is a simple high level model to help us do this.
    • Select PrepareThe Recreate Observe Model Update Train
    • Select Choose what it is that we want to spread from one process or department to another.
    • Prepare Make a plan of how the attributes will be transferred to the new area and make preparations. Involve those who will be affected.
    • Recreate Execute the plan and put the changes in place in the new area and begin use. Involve those who will be affected.
    • Observe Watch carefully the recreated process to ensure it is working correctly. Note adjustments that should be made.
    • Update Make any corrections found while observing and rerun the updated process.
    • Train Instruct and practice and engrain the new with those who are affected (but were not involved in the transfer) by the changes made. Ensure alignment.