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Although the concept of standard work is commonly accepted as a best practice in companies implementing lean, the focus tends to be for front-line staff. That is, standard work is great for those performing value-add activities. Less well known is the idea of standard work as applied to those in a management position. Leader Standard Work is of critical importance for developing a true lean culture.
Leader Standard Work (some practitioners prefer Leader Standardized Work) can be used at all management levels from shop floor supervisors up to senior managers. In this Learn @ Lunch TMAC’s Russ Aikman will explain what is meant by Leader Standard Work and share the critical role LSW plays in the successful implementation of a Lean Management System. In addition, he will discuss how LSW can be applied at different levels of the management team. Participants will get a chance to develop Leader Standard Work for their job through a simple hands-on exercise.
During this session:
· What is Leader Standard Work
· Leader Standard Work at Different Organization Levels
· Role of Leader Standard Work in a Lean Management Systems
· How to develop Leader Standard Work
Who Should Attend?
Senior Managers; Business / Process Owners ; Supervisors ; Production Managers ; Operations Managers; Quality and Continuous Improvement Professionals ; Lean Leaders
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