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The Lean Benchmark Report

A while back, the Aberdeen Group, published their Lean Benchmark Report. Of close to 300 manufacturers that participate in this study, 90% reported that they are committed to Lean. However, further analysis found that less than 20% of these companies can be considered best-in-class.

Below you will find the 5-reasons why lean initiatives fail to meet expectation and a few lean manufacturing training options that are helping individuals and companies eliminate them. Invest some minutes of your time and check out the reasons and their solutions.
 


5-Reasons Why 80% of Lean Manufacturing
Initiatives Fail to Meet Expectations

Reason No 1 is lack of effective lean manufacturing leadership.

Lean Manufacturing Training: Certification

Solution No. 1:   Successful lean transformations require leadership that has mastered the basics of lean manufacturing and the skills to train and empower self-directed work-teams.

Need help... Click here---> Bill Gaw's Certified Lean Manufacturing Champion (CLMC)  Management Development Program.


Reason No. 2 is lack of understanding, commitment, and participation for the company's lean transformation.

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Solution No. 2:  Unless all employees participating in the lean transformation are convinced that the lean manufacturing initiatives are important to individual and company success, lean transformation will not meet expectations.

DIY help... Click here--->Lean Manufacturing Simulation Game to help your company's training program communicate the need for lean transformation and rally company-wide support and participation of the program. This product is the only game that demonstrates the differences between MRP (PUSH) and LEAN (PULL) systems and vividly shows the huge non-value-added costs of the MRP (PUSH) system.


Reason No. 3 is not enough planning.

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Solution No. 3:  It's not an "add water and stir" initiative. You can't just decide one day to become lean and think it will happen overnight. You need to determine what constraints are impeding your ability to increase speed, improve quality, and eliminate non-value-added activities.

DIY help...  The Lean Manufacturing e-Library for guiding your manufacturing team to a successful implementation plan,  click
here--->Bill Gaw's
Lean Manufacturing .PPT and .PDF e-Library


Reason No. 4 is lack of "been there, done that" training.

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Solution No. 4:  Even with the best plan, successful implementation will be evasive if there's not a genuine commitment to employee lean manufacturing training, team development and empowerment.

DIY Help... Lean manufacturing knowledge and implementation skills guaranteed to deliver a successful Lean Transformation.
Click here--->Lean Manufacturing Transformation, Team Training Program


Reason No. 5 would be failure to develop Continuous Improve-ment Champions that establish goals and expectations, track daily/weekly progress and carry out corrective actions if and when required.

Solution No. 5:  Determining motivational performance metrics and establishing Key Performance Indicators (KPI) to track performance is paramount to achieving positive, sustainable lean transformation results.

DIY help... Financial reports only track the war... it takes Continuous Improvement Champions to define and win the battles along the way. . Click here---> Continuous Improvement Champion Program


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