Mike Carnell replied to the topic How Do I Overcome Resistance to Continuous Improvement Plans? in the forum Implementation 1 day, 13 hours ago
@Marchand I am not real sure what your issue is with the idea of launching under a CFO. When we deployed at General Electric, we were under Gary Reiner who was the CIO. Not a real secret. Jack Welch explains it in his book Straight From the Gut.
When I ran the BHP Billiton deployment it was under Karen Lay-Brew who was also the CIO.
When we did…[Read more]
Mike Carnell replied to the topic What Was Your Career Path Into Process Improvement? in the forum General 1 day, 16 hours ago
@cfberardinelli I like the Beatles quote. I did an article for Quality Progress a few years back and threw in a similar quote from The Greatful Dead – “What a long strange trip its’s been.”
Anthony S. replied to the topic What Was Your Career Path Into Process Improvement? in the forum General 2 days, 19 hours ago
- B.S. Health and Wellness (wanted to be in sports medicine for a professional sports team…though I don’t watch sports)
- Logistics officer in the army (got out as a captain)
- Production supervisor in manufacturing (earned my LSSBB with @Mike-Carnell and @VenerableBede as two of my MBB mentors)
- Quality Engineer (manufacturing…
Mike Carnell replied to the topic What Was Your Career Path Into Process Improvement? in the forum General 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Michael Cyger replied to the topic What Was Your Career Path Into Process Improvement? in the forum General 1 month, 1 week ago
Engineer in school > Nuclear engineer (yes, designing cores and such) > GE engineering leadership program (rotational, functional assignments) > EH&S program manager > Plant manager (Green Belt trained) >…[Read more]
Michael Cyger replied to the topic How to Measure and Improve Discipline in Organizations? in the forum General 6 years, 8 months ago
@edjimenez, great question!
At GE and Citi, we used to define metrics, create a regular dashboard, and then review it with process owners and the executive team. The process owners knew that if something in their organization went awry, that the executive team would know about it through the metrics. This made the process owners more proactive…[Read more]