LEAN innovation and implementation

Many organizations might be surprised to learn how little we really focus on those activities that create real customer value. It is quite common that the organizations reward so-called “occupancy”. This phenomenon is often due to the fact that it is not always entirely clear what exactly should be done.

Ask yourself:

  • What are our most important activities – where is real value created for the customer?
  • Do all of our employees know how their actions create customer value and what activities do not support it (which are a waste)?
  • Does our organizational culture and processes support the implementation of the LEAN way of thinking and ongoing improvement/learning?
  • What is our managers’ current and desired ability in implementing LEAN and managing innovations associated with thereof?

Looking for answers to these questions, or you have  question of your own?

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