We learn about what comes after the strategy cascade and catchball meetings with drafting and reporting. Drafting is when the executives listen to the ideas managers came up with regarding strategy deployment and reporting is where managers then share those goals with all the other teams in manufacturing.
This weeks O.C. Tanner's leaders share what they learned from the offsite with their team in a cascading meeting. In this meeting the strategy deployment initiatives are shared and then teams split off into catchball meetings to talk about how goal setting and how to achieve results.
We learn more leadership principles to elevate the bar. We discuss the process of reviewing current condition in the first day and what is the top priority and focus for the second day. Gary takes the opportunity to teach his leaders and challenge them to be better and be engaged in doing hard things.
Watch as several teams report their results at the end of a six month strategy period. Each team tracked and recorded their progress through defining a target statement, lead, and lag measure. Hear Gary talk about the Best of Show and what it took to achieve the recognition.
Forty different teams in the Supply Chain and some from the outside celebrated the end of another great six months. This is one of the ways we share great ideas and Yokoten.
The Supply Chain leaders visit 35 production and support teams every three months to hear their improvements and progress during strategy deployment. Hear from Mike as he shares his learnings and insights as a leader and how the Gemba helps him make better decisions. Gary also shares his thoughts on how the visits have evolved over time as team members become more engaged in the process.
Gary dives in to explain the strategy deployment system and how leaders and team members get engaged in the process. He gives several examples of past goals the production teams have set and the end result. He shares how leaders embrace and support the process instead of being a hinderance.
Check out several examples of team reports on strategy deployment project goals from several teams including Logistics, Safety, and Production. See their engagement as they describe the work they did over a six month period to make significant progress.
Gary describes the principles and systems used to allow an engaged improvement process to take place in production owned by the team members themselves who set their own stretch goals and objectives over a six month period. Listen closely to how the process works.
In this video, Mike will define what are lead and lag statements and how to write them. He'll also show us how target conditions can be written to effectively achieve your goals. He gives a couple examples of how to accomplish your objectives using lead, lag, and target conditions.
See the engagement from team members as they share their goals and improvements with each other in a fair setting.