Why they fail
… AND THE SIMPLE KEY TO SUCCESS
In this book you will learn the reason why 90% of Continuous ImprovementContinuous improvement (or Kaizen) is a way to identify oppo... Learn More... Efforts (like LeanLEAN Definition LEAN is a production method aimed primarily ... Learn More... and Six SigmaSix Sigma Definition: Six Sigma is a set of techniques and t... Learn More...) either Fail or Quit within 18 months. I will show you how companies fail to build a sustainable effort and what the ensuing failure looks like. Then I will show you the Simple Key to Success. If you want to build a sustainable continuous improvement culture in your organization, read this book!
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IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT READING THIS BOOK, YOU PROBABLY BELONG TO ONE OF THREE GROUPS …
- You have been tasked by your company to implement a continuous improvementContinuous improvement (or Kaizen) is a way to identify oppo... Learn More... program and you have no idea how. Don’t worry, we will show you HOW NOT TO FAIL.
- You have implemented a continuous improvement program and it has failed. We will show you where you went wrong and how to fix your deployment
- You are interested in how to implement a continuous improvement program for your organization and had the epiphany “I have little experience and may need some help”.
Statistics on Failed Continuous Improvement Efforts
How they Have Failed
Six (6) real world scenarios from multi million dollar companies that led to failure
Why they Failed to Build a Sustainable Continuous Improvement Effort
I will give you the five (5) top reasons companies fail
I will show you How Not to Fail
The Seven (7) Steps to Build the Foundation for a Sustainable Continuous Improvement Culture
I will show you the Most Important and Simple Key to Success!
You will Learn How to Capture the Voice of the Organization (not just the Leaders of the Organization)
HOW THEY’VE FAILED
“Our executives don’t have time for an ‘Executive Training’. They support the effort, so do we really need the training?”
I can’t tell you how many times I have heard this statement when discussing a Lean Six SigmaSix Sigma Definition: Six Sigma is a set of techniques and t... Learn More... deployment proposal with a potential customer. This is the first clue that the company’s efforts will most likely fail.
I also hear other excuses for not formally training the executives like:
- “One of our executives is a ‘Black Belt’ and will support our efforts so we don’t see the need to educate the other executives”
- “I (the newly trained Green BeltThe Six Sigma Green Belt is a certificate that professionals... Learn More... Contiguous Improvement Manager) have been chosen by our company to championA Champion in a Six Sigma initiative is the executive sponso... Learn More... the efforts and report to the executives, so we don’t really need an executive training”
- “We have given the executives a brief (less than 1 hour) overview of LeanLEAN Definition LEAN is a production method aimed primarily ... Learn More... Six SigmaSix Sigma Definition: Six Sigma is a set of techniques and t... Learn More... so we can skip the executive training”
My team has one key metric to gaugeA measurement systems analysis (MSA) is a thorough... Learn More... the success of a deployment and that metric is the engagement of the Company Leaders. The more the leaders are engaged, supportive and accountable the better the chance of a sustainable deployment.
A Fortune magazine article stated, “… of 58 large companies that have announced LEANLEAN Definition LEAN is a production method aimed primarily ... Learn More... and/or Six SigmaSix Sigma Definition: Six Sigma is a set of techniques and t... Learn More... programs, 91% have trailed the S&P 500.”
My team and I have been engaged with 100’s of companies and have seen a plethora of epic failures in their attempts to start a continuous improvementContinuous improvement (or Kaizen) is a way to identify oppo... Learn More... program. I use the saying in my classes “common sense is not very common” and I rarely see common sense when building the culture of continuous improvement. In this book, I am going to show you how companies fail (and most do) and I am going to show you the simple key to success.
In this book, Kevin gets in your face and says "Stop Taking Shortcuts!!." If you want to build a healthy continuous improvement culture, then you have to change your habits. You have to build the "build the foundation."
Chris Pensen, Quality Director QMT