Four Challenges of Managing in a Lean Environment, Part 2
Planning - The Eye of the Storm
Challenge: Maintaining a plan in a dynamic environment
While Leading is the most visible role of the Lean Manager, Planning is often the most invisible. It requires a mix of experience and attention to detail, taking into account the current state and potential or likely changes in the environment.
How Do Momentum and Feedback Factor into Lean Management?
The Lean Manager is a student of the game. S/he understands physics and systems theory – recognizing that the conservation of momentum and the feedback control loop are two of the most important laws in management.
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Four Challenges of Managing in a Lean Environment, Part 1
If we have an overarching goal as an organization, wouldn’t it be ‘habitual excellence’? How do we adopt that habit? Since the success of every project, every initiative, every department-wide goal depends upon executive support, it follows that excellence itself depends on management. If we want to create an excellent Lean organization, we have to manage that way – there must be a corollary to Lean operations. We must manage a Lean environment using Lean principles.
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