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Leading With Lean

An experience-based guide to leading a lean transformation

E-book Epub met watermerkbeveiliging Engels 2016 9789462761582
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Philip Holt is Head of Operational Excellence, Accounting Operations at Philips, and explains exactly what his model of Lean Leadership is, how we can learn to apply it and how you can convince the workplace never to settle for anything less than excellence. We also learn how to redefine our leadership style and how to identify and eliminate wasteful activities within the company. This way you can recognize, realize and retain the ideal state. In 'Leading with Lean', Philip Holt shows us the best ways to arrange a high-performance organization, and gives us simple tools and insights for each leader to aspire to greatness, for themselves and for their teams.

"Philip has written a clear and practical guide for Lean champions and existing Lean leaders, which provides an end-to-end guide on designing and sustaining a Lean transformation. If you are looking to build a culture of continuous improvement, whether at one or a multi-site level, this provides some real gems of practical 'know why' and 'know how' for Lean leaders everywhere." - Jon Tudor, president of the Association for Manufacturing Excellence UK

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ISBN13:9789462761582
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:e-book
Beveiliging:watermerk
Bestandsformaat:epub
Aantal pagina's:264
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:29-11-2016

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Over Philip Holt

Philip is currently Senior Vice President, Global Transformation at GKN Aerospace, the world’s leading multi-technology tier 1 aerospace supplier. He was formerly Vice President, Continuous Improvement at Travelport, a leading Travel Commerce Platform, and prior to that held a number of senior Lean Leadership roles with Royal Philips, most notably Head of Continuous Improvement for Philips, Head of Continuous Improvement for the Consumer Lifestyle sector, and Head of Operational Excellence, Accounting Operations. Philip was the lead author of the Philips Lean Excellence Model. Philip has over 30 years of business experience in leadership roles spanning the customer value chain, in Industry Leading Companies such as GKN Aerospace, Philips, Gillette, and Travelport. During this time he has built up an impressive reputation in Lean Leadership practice and is a regular speaker at industry conferences. He studied at Manchester Metropolitan University, Warwick Business School, and the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton School). The Simplicity of Lean: Defeating Complexity; Delivering Excellence is his second book, following on from the success of Leading with Lean: An Experience-based guide to Leading a Lean Transformation.

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Inhoudsopgave

1. Introduction
The metaphor of the lone violinist
The original lone violinist
Impossibility leads to new ideas
Being heard
Why Leading with Lean?
What’s in it for you?
Understanding value in the eyes of the customer
Structure of the book

PART I - PLANNING TO LEAD

2. What is Lean?
The different levels of Lean
LEAN as an acronym
Thinking Lean
The Lean Principles
Lean Leadership
Lean is simply good business

3. Beginning the Change
Start with Why
Communication, communication, communication
Getting on the change curve
You can’t please all of the people all of the time
Engaging employees
Engaging the leadership

4. Building Capability
The importance of conscious incompetence
Developing the right Lean expertise
Hiring consultants
External hires
Internal development
Distributed expertise

5. Building the Transformation Model
Why we need a transformation model
Build it with excellence in mind
The VIRAL model
Stage 1: Vision
Stage 2: Impact
Stage 3: Replication
Stage 4: Amplification
Stage 5: Legacy
The management of the deployment

PART II - LEARNING TO LEAD

6. Hoshin Kanri
The need for Hoshin Kanri
The leadership problem
The secret ingredient of business success
The X-Matrix
Ritual planning

7. Leadership Activism
Being a lean pig
Being more than an advocate
Creating Activist Leaders

8. Discipline as a Competitive Advantage
The simplicity of discipline
Discipline as an advantage
Disciplined processes create agile organisations
I see dead people!
Leading discipline

9. Visible Leadership
Genchi Genbutsu
Creating the showcase
Problem solving
Kamishibai

PART III - LEADING AT SCALE

10. Learning from Success
The Kaikaku experience
It’s not industrial tourism
The model line as the internal Kaikaku experience
Not-invented-here syndrome
Scale, scale, scale

11. Going Viral - Mosquito Leadership
The Lean virus
The beliefs of the Mosquito Leader
Influence beyond hierarchy

12. Coaching Leadership
Hansei
Toyota Kata
The final leadership style
The journey to a coaching style

13. The Business Excellence Competition
The Philips Excellence Competition
Why you need a business excellence competition
Setting up the business excellence competition
The business excellence competition annual cycle
The jurors, the awards and the selection criteria
Getting teams engaged in the business excellence competition
The results of the business excellence competition

PART IV - LEADING EXCELLENCE

14. Creating the Lean Enterprise
Being the doctor, not the shopkeeper
If you’re in a hole, stop digging
The centre of excellence
Coaching upward
Building the leadership impact
Enterprise-wide transformation

15. Breaking the Mediocrity Barrier
The definition of mediocrity
The burning platform
The chicken and the pig
The management sandwich
Planning for success

16. Making the Business Excellence Team Excellent
Recruiting the right people
Enabler = accountable
The intelligent no
Healthy reporting line tension and a small central team
The centre of excellence
The business excellence competition

17. Reconciling the Value Stream with
Local Autonomy
End-to-end thinking
The horizontals and the verticals
The horizontals
The verticals
Autonomation

PART V - LEADING WITH LEAN

18. Making the New Way of Working the Culture
Being the culture that you want
The problem with problems
Rewarding execution, not ideas
What sport teaches us about leadership
So what can we learn from rugby about leadership
(and in particular Lean Leadership?)

19. Lean: A Lifetime of Journeys
A journey must have a destination
There are multiple journeys
Making yourself redundant
It’s not déjà vu if you love it

20. Stamina, Stamina, Stamina
Being the lone violinist
Keeping employees employed
Making history

21. Leading with Lean
Being a yardstick of quality
The Lean Leadership model
Leading with Lean - A conclusion

Notes
Glossary of Lean Terms
Acknowledgements
About the author

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