|Ed, Larry, Scott, Doug & Jon|
1. Move steadily toward becoming a learning organization-it isn't all that common for a manufacturing company to invest in people learning together. This can be in the form of dedicated time each week where everyone is together in a classroom-type setting, or on the shop floor doing A3 closings or kaizan "report outs".
2. Develop a mindset in EVERYONE that it is part of our culture to improve our processes and move toward flow by continuously driving out the eight wastes from our processes.
3. Establish the beginning of some hard, fast goals that are made extremely visible and tracked by shift, daily or weekly. This can be thought of as the start of policy deployment (hoshin kanri).
|June and Brenda|
|Todd, Craig & Matt|
|Brian, Amy & Yung|
|Dave, Nancy & Lisa|
By the way, Ed, you should probably take the banner down now.