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    Vallejo
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    Hi,
    I need your help.  I am finishing a project as Green Belt, I did the project by myself with help of supervisors, line workers and one manager.  When the project was presented to higher management, this baby went no where other than “good job”.  The project itself has huge potential of improving a manufacturing process and good financial gain to the bottom line.
    How can I convert my team join the fun and bring them on board?  They seem challenged and intimidated with data collected, action plan and plans to keep the gains.
    Thanks.
    Carlos
     
     
     
     

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    #180361

    Taguchi
    Member

    Start a change management campaign.
    Good Luck

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    #180368

    DLW
    Participant

    Despite the expected improvements to the process and the financial
    gain, maybe there are negative consequences to people involved?
    Loss of jobs, reduced authority or span of control, lessened
    responsibility or sense of challenge? There can be many factors
    besides efficiency and money that influence levels of support.
    DLW – BPEX

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    #180379

    Mikel
    Member

    I think you are MB,trying to sell your crap again!

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    #180385

    Mikel
    Member

    The previous message was posted by a fake.

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    #180386

    Mikel
    Member

    Besides that, I think the only seller of crxx on here has the initials RS.

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    #180398

    Vallejo
    Participant

    Come on Stan, this was going very good.  I really need advice from the experts and you had to come with your mensadas.
     

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    #180452

    Hugo
    Participant

    Hola Carlos,
    What does your boss have to say about this?  Ask management for feedback and to provide you with some kind of logical answer about the show stoppers and not being able to move forward. Somebody mention the people side of it…which in reality it could be a huge show stopper……if this indeed is the show stopper…management has to step up to the plate
    The key ingredient for successful projects is having full management support from day one and having the right people involved (at all levels) as you progress with the project plan.   

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