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A primary reason why most manufacturing transformations fail to meet expectations is lack of effective training and management development. It's not an "add water and stir" business process. 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. And then, you need to identify and eliminate their root causes by identifying and mastering the 10-Basics of Best-in-Class Manufacturing.
3-Reasons Why Manufacturing and Operation Excellence Transformations Fail to Meet Expectations
Reason No. 1: is lack of company-wide understanding, commitment and participation for a company's manufacturing transformation program.
Challenge: You need a program introduction that effectively communicates the reason for the change, the commitment required, and the need for company-wide participation.
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Reason No. 2: is lack of best-in-class manufacturing, training and manage-ment development materials.
Challenge: Even with the best manufacturing transformation planning, successful implementation will be evasive if there's not a genuine commitment to team training and empowerment. Companies must deliver best-in-class manufacturing knowledge and implementation skills proven to be effective in successful manufacturing transformations.
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Reason No. 3: is lack of effective Best-in-Class Manufacturing leadership.
Challenge: ĒDonít train leaders, coach them, mentor them, disciple them, and develop them, but please donít attempt to train them.Ē ( Mike Myatt)
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