Running an effective operation takes a daily management system. To get one up and running, Lean leaders have to:
Of course, making a nine step list can give the impression that a daily management system is an easy thing to create. Unfortunately, each of these steps takes a lot of hard work to get right. Add in the fact that people are uncomfortable with airing their dirty laundry out in the open, and that a daily management system takes an incredible amount of industrial discipline from both teams and leaders, and you can understand why daily management is so hard to do well.
So the question for today is what techniques have you used to make a transition to a daily management system go more smoothly?
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By Jeff Hajek
March 25th, 2010
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