How-To Build Your Daily Management System - A Skill Development Program
A Virtual Consultant-Led Training/Coaching Intervention supported by Immediate Application
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.Register Now
In this powerful DMS Skill Development Program, you will get the skill sets you need to build and reinforce an effective Daily Management System in your organization
- 5 Learning/Application/Coaching Loops delivered over 10 weeks
- 17.5 hours of training/coaching guided by consultants experienced in the technical and collaborative constructs of Daily Management Systems in all environments.
- Immediate Application; Immediate ROI
- Individual Fee: $1,500; Two Attendees $1,250 per person
|Training:||November 4||1:00 – 3:00 EDT|
|Coaching:||November 11||1:00 – 2:30 EDT|
Skill Set 1 – The DMS Principles
- Develop the capability to present, explain and communicate the compelling need for DMS in all areas of your organization
- Understanding the Why, How and What of a Daily Management System
- The 3 Pillars of DMS:
- Team Routines
- Visual Management System
- An overview of DMS in different environments/departments
|Training:||November 18||1:00 – 3:00 EDT|
|Coaching:||December 2||1:00 – 2:30 EDT|
Skill Set 2 – Combination of Routines and Visual Management
- Pillar#1: Team routines
- Different routines and frequency
- Pillar#2: the Visual Management Board – People and Team
- Understanding the team mission and key processes
- The Managers’ Role – question, coach and get team commitment
|Training:||December 9||1:00 – 3:00 EDT|
|Coaching:||December 16||1:00 – 2:30 EDT|
Skill Set 3 – Creating meaningful Visual Management
- Pillar # 2: The Visual Management Board – Processes and Performance
- Make activities and flows visible
- Defining key performance indicators (KPIs) – Leading and Lagging
- The Managers’ Role – provide sense of purpose, create favorable conditions for teamwork
|Training:||January 6||1:00 – 3:00 EDT|
|Coaching:||January 13||1:00 – 2:30 EDT|
Skill Set 4 – Effective process monitoring
- Pillar #3: Monitoring, Decision-making and Accountability
- Defining and developing an effective monitoring system
- Establishing daily/weekly team routines
- The Managers’ Role – facilitate team routines, question, coach, challenge the team
|Training:||January 20||1:00 – 3:00 EDT|
|Coaching:||January 27||1:00 – 2:30 EDT|
Skill Set 5 – Reinforcing engagement and accountability
- Consolidating Pillars #1, 2 and 3
- Embedding continuous improvement and problem visibility into team routines
- Develop the CI side of your Visual Management Board
- The Managers’ Role –guide, coach, and reinforce the process
Becoming good at DMS is much like developing any other competitive capability; it takes practice.
The Skill Development Process:
- The Training:
In five 2-hour learning sessions held over ten weeks, our How-To DMS Skill Development Process will teach you the nuts and bolts of a Daily Management System. At the conclusion of each 2-hour session, you will be given an application assignment to carry out before the next learning loop begins.
- The Coaching:
As you work to apply the learned principles to the real-time activities in your own department, you will receive coaching to help you synthesize the learning and improve the implementation. We will use a Virtual platform to help you build your own Visual Management.
- The Journal:
Throughout the process you will be required to maintain a journal. The journal will note activities, events, and experiments as it relates to building the Daily Management System Skill Sets you are learning. Each new learning loop will begin with a review of your journal.
Why a Daily Management System?
In today’s customer-focused organization, the Daily Management System is a central piece of an effective management system. It ensures that all team members in all departments are sharing the information required to effectively manage and monitor flows and activities to achieve their targets through Daily/Weekly Routines and the use of a visual information board which facilitates rapid decision-making in the workspace.
A DMS enables employees at all levels to work collaboratively, ask the right questions, and learn from each other to continuously improve their ability to deliver for the customer – Just in Time and Right the First time.
In its simplest form, DMS is all about sharing information on:
- People: roles, responsibilities, skills, etc.
- Processes: flows and activities required to achieve the team’s mission
- Performance: monitoring the relevant KPI’s leading and lagging
- Continuous improvement: improvement activities and ongoing problem solving
Given the systemic and managerial nature of the DMS process, it is important that all leaders and managers understand and become active in its learning and application to avoid creating standards boards in the workplace which do not reflect people work and difficulties.
An effective Daily Management System is creating the conditions of trust and clarity in the organization, for process reliability and performance improvement!
Join us for this virtual consultant-led How-To Daily Management System Development Session! Learn DMS and get started applying it in your environment today.