Effective onboarding and training programs can help to bridge that gap and ensure that new hires are equipped to succeed in their new position.
Category: Leader Standard Work
Daily Management System
his allowed everyone to track their performance and make improvements where necessary. We also provided regular feedback to our hourly team members and operators on their performance and how they were contributing to the overall success of the business.
New Year, New Leader Standard Work (LSW)
When implementing LSW in a production environment, it is important to involve all members of the production team in the process. This can help to ensure that everyone has a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities and that they are fully committed to the implementation of LSW.
4 Rules of Process: Rule #2
When we create or update processes and they are not fully understood by the people doing the work, they will find ways to get the work done based on their own experiences. Evidence of this is when you try to train someone with different people and the trainer remarks "we don't do it that way on our shift." LOL. This is probably heard more often than not.
4 Rules of Process: Rule #1
"This approach is not unilateral however. It is necessary to play catch ball with those who will be doing the work. This will ensure they buy in to the process but it is up to the leader to define the parameters to make sure no effort is wasted."
Smartsheets For Lean Safety Management
A simple form created for the incident management sheet allows inputs for notifications from a desktop, mobile phone, or tablet. No user license is necessary to be able to use the input form meaning you can deploy to anyone involved in any activity with your organization.
Leader Standard Work – PDCA
The art of using LSW as an improvement tool is to be able to read the sheet with your "process" eyes. What this means is not to focus on reds and ask "why didn't they get done?" What you are looking for as a lean leader are process gaps.