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Lean Managers Techniques

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The following 7 techniques are used by Lean managers to build a motivational culture in the organization. After you’ve read them all, you will be able to answer that question : Is Al Pacino a Lean Coach ?

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Lean Managers Techniques

  1. 1. 7 Techniques Lean Managers Use to Build Motivation Culture ©LeanSixSigmaBelgium.com ©LeanSixSigmaFrance.com
  2. 2. ©LeanSixSigmaBelgium.com ©LeanSixSigmaFrance.com Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time. – Thomas Edison
  3. 3. ©LeanSixSigmaBelgium.com ©LeanSixSigmaFrance.com 1. Recognition of individual ability It is basic human nature that an individual needs personal recognition. Personal recognition will have a great impact on the worker who was singled out for his great individual performance. This will encourage him to be a better contributor to his group, and to the organization as a whole.
  4. 4. ©LeanSixSigmaBelgium.com ©LeanSixSigmaFrance.com 2. Sense of achievement Management must create among workers the feeling that they achieve something, both individually and collectively. Workers feel that sense of achievement whenever a goal has been reached or when new innovations have been effected. Show team achievemnts during stand-ups meeting in the morning.
  5. 5. ©LeanSixSigmaBelgium.com ©LeanSixSigmaFrance.com 3. Learning and growth Learning and growing within an organization is a continuous process. It does not end when a worker has mastered the necessary skills of his job. Management must give workers opportunities to learn new skills to enable them to move to different level, possibly a higher one, within the organization.
  6. 6. ©LeanSixSigmaBelgium.com ©LeanSixSigmaFrance.com 4. Stimulating work Management must create a work environment that will be stimulating to the workers. Continous improvement culture must stimulate workers to solve small problems, to spot waste, to collaborate and feel responsible for all the achievements of the organization and for the clients.
  7. 7. ©LeanSixSigmaBelgium.com ©LeanSixSigmaFrance.com 5. Responsibility and empowerment Workers are given their individual and collective responsibilities as an individual worker and as a member of the team. Together with the responsibility given comes the empowerment of the same. Workers must be empowered, or given the authority, to carry out their responsibilities.
  8. 8. ©LeanSixSigmaBelgium.com ©LeanSixSigmaFrance.com 6. Promotion A higher position with the corresponding higher pay is one of the greatest motivators for the workers. Given a higher position, coupled with the corresponding salary raise, he will be encouraged even more to put his best in whatever he does in the organizational.
  9. 9. ©LeanSixSigmaBelgium.com ©LeanSixSigmaFrance.com 7. Feeling of being part of something Every single worker must feel that he is part of something important in the organization. He must feel that he is an important cog in the organizational machine.
  10. 10. ©LeanSixSigmaBelgium.com ©LeanSixSigmaFrance.com We collaborate with you in the development, implementation and improvement of your operations, by providing you premium training, consulting and coaching services. Leansixsigmabelgium.com

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