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  • LEAN LEADERS
    PRESENTED BY:
    JAGJIT SINGH
    NEHA
    PRABHAT KUMAR
  • Peter Druker says:
    “Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being liked; leadership is defined by results not attributes.”
  • What leadership actually means?
    LEADER
    L – Loyal and Likeable
    E – Enthusiastic, Elite and Energetic
    A – Active and Authoritative
    D – Dynamic
    E – Efficient, Effective and Ethical
    R – Responsive and Realistic
  • LEADERSHIP:
    A process by which a person encourages and motivates others to attain an objective that makes an organization progress uniquely and innovatively.
  • Characteristics and Traits of Leadership:JJ DID TIE BUCKLE
    J – Justice B – Bearing
    J – Judgment U – Unselfishness
    D – Dependability C – Courage
    I – Initiative K – Knowledge
    D – Decisiveness L – Loyalty
    T – Tact E – Endurance
    I – Integrity
    E – Enthusiasm
  • Leadership
    Development of good leadership is a continuous process of mentoring, training, education and experience.
    Good leaders improve their leadership skills through constantly studying and working on their personal traits.
    Individually a leader cannot easily create or change organizational culture.
  • Why Lean Leadership?
    The role of leadership is vital in transforming an organization into a lean enterprise.
    The leader must have some unique qualities that can help in achieving world class competitiveness.
    The leader must act uniquely and innovatively by moving a step ahead of the traditional leadership roles.
  • Why Lean Leadership?
    Lean leaders understand and realize the waste elimination and enhancing value for the end customers are the basic objective of implementing lean that will ultimately contribute in better performance of an organization.
    It is simply a means of materials flow as well as information flow.
    Lean principles : continuous improvement
    respect for people
  • Lean Leadership : A paradigm Shift
    Study of Toyota and US motor.
    Traditional leadership.
    Lean leadership.
  • Traditional leadership pyramid
  • Lean Leadership
    Support
    Support
  • A Lean Leader is:
    Who is committed to lifelong learning.
    Who is curious, seeks to validate the reading.
    Who never stops thinking.
    Who constantly communicates.
    Who is totally consistent and disciplined.
    Who is concerned about cause-effect relationships.
    Who is humble and participative.
  • Exclusive characteristics of a typical lean leader:
    Defines the vision of the organization in a way that highlights the values of the group.
    More supportive in nature.
    Recognizes and reward success.
    Possesses relatively high commitment level towards responsibilities.
    More strategic in his or her actions and words.
  • Difference between traditional and lean leadership
  • Turning Leadership Theory into Practice
    Because the transition to a lean environment demands nothing less than a complete change of culture, the lean leader must develop exceptional people skills and will learn to:
    Teach people to think differently and to think for the organization.
    Encourage the development of skills and behaviors people to create and sustain a world class business enterprise.
  • Contd. ……
    Promote open communication and the flow of information to all team members to raise the commitment, morale and enthusiasm of employees and other stakeholders.
    Overcome resistance and address the issues that could confound the best intentions.
    Motivate everyone to be involved in continuous improvement to constantly resolve problems that impact on efficiency.
    Establish human-centered operations to assure the safety, well-being and dignity of employees.
  • Organizations following lean approach:
    3M
    Johnson & Johnson
    Hewlett Packard
    Proctor & Gamble
    General Electric
  • Thank you