Traditional continuous improvement projects are sometimes doomed due to several avoidable reasons. Besides, the ever-increasing pace of change in the business environment necessitates acquiring a new way of thinking. Hence, Kaizen Blitz has become of paramount importance in the process improvement profession.
Lean is a culture and way of life rather than being a methodology. And the recipe for a successful transformation hinges on root cause analysis, sustainability, and continuous improvement. At the end, being lean or fat for an organization is an outcome of its own internal practices.
In this part of “Interrelationship Digraph: Demystifying Complex Relationships” video I explain how we can use the Interrelationship Matrix to reflect results of the Interrelationship Digraph. I also show how we can […]
Interrelationship Digraph or Relations Diagram is one of the seven Management and Planning Tools that helps us analyze the cause-and-effect relationships among different issues in a complex situation. It also helps us […]
Joyce Wycoff in his book “Transformation Thinking” says: ‘When an organization commits to creating an environment which stimulates the growth of everyone in the organization, amazing things start to happen: ideas pop […]