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Title: Lean Enterprise / Lean Manufacturing Assessment


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Lean Enterprise / Lean Manufacturing Assessment
The Lean Enterprise Assessment evaluates 40
criteria critical to a lean enterprise. The
criteria divided into four groups of ten with
each group corresponding to categories of
Leadership, People, Infrastructure, and Lean
Concepts. You can see the specific criteria on
the next slides. The Assessment consists of a
questionnaire and an Excel-based data collection,
analysis, summary, and reporting tool. The
questionnaire is provided in both Microsoft Word
and Adobe PDF formats, and can therefore if
desired it can be customized for the specific
circumstances of an organization. The Assessment
begins with 40 questions. Each question has five
levels, each of which describes the environment
at that level. This makes the rating for that
question easier to determine and more consistent
across multiple respondents. In addition, it is a
learning tool as the respondent can read about
the environment at a world class level. There
can be any number of respondents, however for
your convenience we have included an Excel-based
data collection, analysis, and summary workbook
that allows for up to eight "leaders" and eight
"associates.
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Lean Enterprise / Lean Manufacturing Assessment
As data from various respondents are entered, the
workbook automatically calculates the overall
average, the average of the "leader" group, and
the average of the "associates" group. The
average is calculated for each individual
question, each category, and overall. In addition
a standard deviation is calculated for each
question, group, and overall. This allows you to
analyze how associates may view the status of a
certain criteria differently than the leaders,
and how much disparity there is between
perceptions of different lean enterprise
attributes. A summary sheet clearly and
concisely shows the average for each question,
category, and overall. The summary data is
then plotted on a radar chart to visually show
strengths and weaknesses.
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Assessment Criteria
  • Infrastructure
  • Business Competitive Intelligence
  • Environment / Green Business
  • Facility Optimization
  • Information Systems
  • Knowledge Management
  • Lean Accounting
  • Lean Product Development
  • Lean Sales Marketing
  • Lean Supply Chains
  • Quality Assurance
  • Lean Processes
  • 5S / Visual Controls
  • A3 Project Management
  • Cellular Manufacturing
  • Kaizen Continuous Improvement
  • Pull Manufacturing / JIT / Kanban
  • Quick Changeover
  • Standard Work
  • Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
  • Training Within Industry (TWI)
  • Value Stream Mapping (VSM )
  • People
  • Cross training Flexibility
  • Empowerment
  • Leadership Development
  • Leveraging Ideas
  • New Employees Hiring
  • Rewards Recognition
  • Safety
  • Succession Planning
  • Teams
  • Work / Life Balance
  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Complexity Variability
  • Customer-Centric Leadership
  • Flexibility Ability to Change
  • Hoshin Planning
  • Metrics Performance Measurement
  • Root Cause Culture
  • Social Environmental Responsibility
  • Thriving Unpredictable Times
  • Value Stream Organization

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