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Srikar

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  • ” In many Japanese companies workers come together every morning for group calisthenics. Would that fly in an American corporation? My point is, the culture is not the important consideration. In my estimation, Lean works for one very good reason: It eliminates the top-down approach to process improvement and democratizes it by letting the people…[Read more]

  • Hello @martinkh. Why do you think SS is just about power points and presentations to many practitioners and trainers? Is it about the attitude or the culture? When you are implementing something that requires real time applications, i think its time to move on from presenting the ideas to focusing on doing them; people seem to get stuck in the web…[Read more]

  • forgot to mention the tag @cseider. the above question was for you :) 5 years, 9 months ago

  • Where is it that the not so mature organizations lack in order to match up the defining abilities of a mature organization? 5 years, 9 months ago

  • When you are talking about “some” scenarios, do you think achieving such an environment comes with a lot of initial cost? 5 years, 9 months ago

  • Over the years, from the evolution of Taylorsim to Just in Time, there were many factors that influenced value chain systems. What role did quality play in this transformation process. ?
    How did globalization play an active role in all of this? 5 years, 9 months ago

  • Srikar became a registered member 5 years, 9 months ago