Nowadays the term Lean Management (LM) is widely used and mostly understood. However, implementing a proper LM program requires some expertise to guide you through the different stages and fully achieve the desired results. Here's a quick guide of what you need to consider in order to successfully implement such a program.
I once pitched an Operational Excellence programme to the top team of the company I was working for at the time.
Wanting to make an impact, I came up with a catchy name to emphasise the journey we needed to take.
The pitch day came. Standing at the front of the room, I opened with a story of Julius Caesar crossing a river in order to get to Rome and sort things out.
A few years ago someone told me about a frustrating experience they’d had attending a Lean Six Sigma workshop.
This piqued my interest. They were a senior leader in the business and new to the world of Lean Six Sigma. I asked what had happened to make them feel this way.
This is what they told me…
Whilst your organisation has been successfully growing the business, are the controls and processes that were originally implemented, still fit for purpose?
The news feeds and press are rife with companies suffering from major challenges, potentially serious enough to put the organisation out of business, along with many smaller firms in their supply chains. The most recent sad demise of Carillion, being a prime example.
People say that these challenges can be traced back to one or two badly contracted or managed deals, at an aggressively competitive moment in time.
Creating an effective digital change framework
This blog, will share the digital change framework that has been evolved at Digital Works Group to help businesses deliver successful digital transformation.
What you will learn in this blog:
What is digital transformation and what does it really mean for you and your organisation?
Smart business leaders are waking up to the fact that the fourth industrial revolution is here. This is driven by the widespread adoption of technology, disruptive innovation and rapidly changing consumer behaviour.
The pace of change means that it cannot be ignored – A business’s very survival is dependent on getting digital transformation ‘right’.
We only have to look at statistics like these: