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  • LEAN HARD TALK. Oh Nein! Bitte nicht noch mal! Die häufigsten Fehler bei der Umsetzung von HOSHIN KANRI. in the group Lean Six Sigma Deutschland

    HOSHIN KANRI ist kein Zielentfaltungs- beziehungsweise Zielableitungsprozess sagt Javier Villalba Diez, Vorreiter und Autor zum Thema Lean Management. Lesen Sie in diesem Beitrag, wie Hoshin Kanri für Sie zum Erfolgsinstrument werden kann und welche Überlegungen Sie dafür treffen m...

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  • Why is Hoshin Kanri so Valuable?

      The practice of Hoshin Kanri, also called Policy Deployment or Strategy deployment, is about the alignment of individual goals and performance measurement with the company goals and mission. It is rare to find a management practice that has the potential for so much impact at the strategi...

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  • How Hoshin Planning Aligns with PDSA

    We get a lot of questions from leaders about which continuous improvement tools and techniques they should use. Is DMAIC better than PDSA? Should I do Gemba walks or daily huddles? When do I use incremental improvement vs. a Kaizen event? These are all reasonable questions, but the gre...

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  • How Hoshin Kanri Can Help You Predict the Future

    Speculative fiction and horror writer, Ray Bradbury, was one of the most celebrated 20th and 21 st century American writers. He is best known for works such as Fahrenheit 451, The Martian Chronicles, The Illustrated Man, and I Sing the Body Electric. As someone in the business of conjuring up v...

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  • Lean’s Many Faces: Top-Down or Bottom-Up?

    Lean can present itself in many ways. To some, Lean appears as a grassroots initiative and as bottom-up improvement by everyone, everywhere, anytime. Others experience Lean more as a top-down initiative, driven by management and accompanied by standards, audits and specialists. Indeed, Lean can b...

    Tags: Continual Improvement (Kaizen), Lean Leadership and Culture, Change, Continual Improvement, Culture, Deployment, Hoshin Kanri, Kaizen, Leadership, Lean, Management, Standardization, Strategy

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  • Lean Tools: Learning More About Hoshin Kanri

    Hoshin Kanri is a process used in strategic planning in which goals are communicated throughout the company and then put into action. This method of strategic planning originated from post-war Japan, but has since spread to the U.S. and around the world. Translated from Japanese, Hoshin Kanri mea...

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  • How Improvement Software Makes Hoshin Kanri More Effective

      Hoshin Kanri is a Lean management technique for getting strategy, tactics, and improvement efforts in sync across the entire organization. It is translated as “strategy deployment” or “management compass.” The goal is to ensure that every individual from the front-...

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  • How to Introduce Your Team to Hoshin Kanri

    One thing that we like to remind our clients who are implementing the Hoshin Kanri method of strategy deployment is that most of your employees have probably been through strategic planning exercises before. Even more likely, they’ve probably watched management go through an ann...

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  • The Benefits of Using an X-Matrix for Strategy Deployment

    Hoshin Kanri (sometimes called "strategy deployment") is an approach that helps companies achieve breakthrough goals over a three- to five-year time horizon. The methodology is effective because it allows leaders to keep their eye on the long-term objectives that will change the ...

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  • Shikumi: System-Based Lean Transformation

    On the web, there is a palpable buzz of failed or unsuccessful Lean initiatives (or organizations that fail Lean if you prefer that point of view). No wonder, to be honest, as many of these initiatives can at best be characterized as programs. And more often they are even no more than a collectio...

    Tags: Lean Leadership and Culture, Change, Deployment, Hoshin Kanri, Leadership, Lean, Management, Roadmap, Shikumi, Strategy, Transformation

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