Experiences Have Been Recorded Throughout History from the Ancient Time.
That's why we can use years of success-proven strategies and success stories from libraries where civilizations have shared knowledge with or without complications throughout the religious and political debates, battlefields, elite negotiations and most importantly, BUSINESS.
Lean Engineering Accelerated Planning (LEAP) helps project and program managers focus on the dependencies between tasks. By helping team members understand how their actions impact the preceding and following tasks, they are able to make more efficient choices and result in measurable savings across the projects and/or programs.
The Lean Enablers Equation is about identifying opportunities and execution, which results in improving the quality, productivity and efficiency.
Understanding how lean enablers work together allows project and program leaders to increase their impact and push their organization to operate as efficiently and effectively as possible.
In accordance with my commitment to serve the moral profession and deliver volunteer service awareness excellence, I recommend:
- Allow people-driven lean enablers have a stronger voice in politics. Taking a lean approach to program planning, stakeholder management and project implementation, much of the waste can be eliminated.
- Allow people interested in environmental sustainability practice areas to continue sharing knowledge and building their networks within a related, more stable and vibrant green community.
- Encourage leaders to remain involved as contributing subject matter experts.
- Improved alignment of environmental sustainability's content and knowledge delivery with the needs and interests of people, thereby strengthening the value that all green communities of practice deliver to members.
Key Strategies: Decision Making and Problem Solving
- Decision-making as a strategic and systematic process
- Elements in a systematic decision making process
- Methodology to make sound decisions
Based on advancements in the field of Knowledge Management (KM), it is inevitable not to focus on how knowledge resources stored within your organization - in personnel, processes, and systems - can be identified, developed, and harnessed to your advantage and the environment.
Lean enablers can be mapped to specific metrics, which helps teams validate their choices and defend their projects. Adoption of lean enablers provides support to management's decision by providing clear data to ensure that the most critical and strategic programs are delivered according to expectations.
- Understanding the different kinds of knowledge resources and accurately identifying the ones within your organization and leveraging latent knowledge resources to generate innovative new products and services or revolutionary new processes.
- Properly managing knowledge resources so they continue to generate additional value over the long term.
- Increasing organizational productivity by fully utilizing specific knowledge resources in the most effective and efficient way and implementing knowledge resources mobilization on your own, with others, and on teams.
- Better and more effective collaboration with people who have different learning styles and know different things than you do.
HOW TO BE LEAN
Incorporating lean initiatives and practices into a program management process is a daunting task that can't be completed overnight! Instead, organizations should review the lean enablers report and then examine their own processes to see where changes can be made.
Knowledge management helps you achieve concrete strategies for tapping into latent knowledge to drive innovation projects, develop new products and services, improve efficiency, and ultimately increase your competitive advantage.
Organizational Knowledge and Business Performance
In the field of "knowledge management", it is important to properly identify and use existing knowledge resources in your organization to clarify how proper understanding and use of knowledge resources can mean greater profitability.
This can be done when you know how to harness the FIVE K's of knowledge management. You need to ensure you understand how each lean initiatives fits into the corporate framework, what synergies exist between initiatives, and the desired result of each initiative individually and holistically.
Taking holistic view translates the benefits of lean across the program and, in fact, across the organization - and reduces the risk of future bottlenecks.