Many companies eventually lose the momentum they build during the early years of a lean implementation. Sometimes this happens when the champion of a lean initiative moves on and the new manager is not committed to their predecessor's program. In other cases, an acquisition or merger can cause lean projects to take a back seat to other corporate priorities.
This TBM business improvement management briefing reviews the specific behaviors and actions that managers can take to maintain momentum over the lunch haul. they include constant communication, performance tracking and reporting, motivating employees, going on regular Gemba walks, training programs and building a kaizen culture.
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