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You don’t know how you are going to be evaluated now that you are Lean.

Everyone wants to be seen as being good at their jobs. When a company makes a change from an old way of doing business to a Lean way, the rules change. Team members can feel like the carpet was pulled out from under them. To regain a sense of security, they need to understand how they will be evaluated in their new continuous improvement oriented company.


You don’t know how you are going to be evaluated now that you are Lean.

How this affects you

Your work seems different every day. You worry that your company is changing the rules on you in the middle of the game.

Action to take

The first thing to do is get a clear understanding about your current position. A Lean job description will likely include something about problem solving. This means you will be asked to fix issues within your scope of responsibility rather than just report them like you may have done in the past. You should consider scheduling a time to talk with your boss to better understand how she will be rating your performance in a Lean environment.

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Why this works

The Why this Works section is only available in print copies of Whaddaya Mean I Gotta Be Lean?.


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