LEADERS STANDARD WORK
Creating Valuable Human Capital to drive Lean through training on Leaders Standard Work
While Standard Work describes the best, safest amd easiest way to do a task, Leaders Standard Work (LSW) is the best and most effective way to do a job or perform a role. In this training we cover what LSW is, how it is built and used as well as how it is improved. This is done through lectures and exercises and role play.
There are various ways to develop Leaders Standard Work. Development may begin with the standardization of all key meetings in a department. Another way is to begin through the Daily management activities in the department. Still a diffferent perspective is to standardize job roles and how they are executed across a department. This may sometimes be done from a top down perspective but yet the reverse is also possible.
Continuous learning and development of the Leaders Standard Work is required so that the standards are always kept relevant and up-to-date. There is always a better way to do any job or role.
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