We’re living in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, in the Golden Age of Software Development. A time when seemingly there is an app for everything. Technical innovation abounds, but so do new problems. Do the problem-solving principles we perfected in the Age of Mass Production still apply? We think so. But certain adjustments to proven techniques must be made to enable adaptation and competitiveness. And strategic and operational alignment of individuals, teams, and leaders remains paramount.
In this discussion, we’ll cover topics including how management and production systems must align to deliver superior results for your customers. We’ll explore the importance of creating and sustaining leader standard work, utilizing huddle boards, making value streams visible, tracking disruptions and implementing daily accountability. Regardless of industry, participants will walk away with insights and practical, achievable practices.
● Which approaches improve organizational culture, service quality, speed and customer satisfaction?
● What actions support development of an effective lean management system?
● How do lean management and production systems enable innovation and change management?
● What behaviors demonstrate leadership commitment, engagement and respect for the people who do the work?
● What actions help to develop strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills?
· Generate real-time visibility of your organisation using data to understand and improve your day to day processes
· Ensuring your processes are a true reflection of your company’s work and activities
· Improve process compliance through a balanced use of “carrot and stick”.
· Use process mining to give your business process management a new lease of life