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How-To Build Your Daily Management System - A Skill Development Program

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A Daily Management System is the establishment of real-time monitoring of activities/performance in every department. It is the most effective way to ensure that daily work is tied directly to organizational goals. The system enables the building of leadership capabilities at multiple organizational levels, driving team member’s autonomy and daily accountability for the elimination of waste and sustainable improvements.

The Key to a creating an effective Daily Management System is understanding the significance of how Team routines, Visual Management and Accountability work together to build true Continuous Improvement. DMS should exist in all departments, at each level of the organization, in all environments: manufacturing, administrative and services.

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How-To Use A3's to Develop an Organization of Problem-Solvers - A Skill Development Program

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A3 problem solving is a robust process and learned discipline for using PDCA (scientific thinking) and root-cause analysis to build and cultivate a problem-solving mindset. It enables organizations and employees at all levels to work collaboratively, ask the right questions, and learn from each other to continuously solve problems which prevent processes from consistently delivering Just in Time and Right the First time.

The Key to A3 Thinking is understanding the significance of how things work together. A3 is applicable at each level of the organization, in all environments: manufacturing, administrative and services.

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