Lean Pathway Audit™
Your questions answered….
What is the Lean Pathway Audit™?
The Pathway Audit is a focused management team questionnaire that reports back on the capabilities of an organisation to implement Lean in their enterprise or where an implementation is underway give a health check on the current status. This feedback consists of 10 separate dimensions based around the key steps in developing and implementing Lean. The results will give your organisation a clearer view of the need and likelihood of success of your Lean implementation and key recommendations on any remedial steps.
Why use it?
Many companies do not take advantage of the extraordinary growth, competitiveness and efficiency benefits available from an effective use of Lean. Failure to articulate a clear strategy and to have all stakeholders participate is often the reasons these opportunities are not realised. The feedback report will enable decision making by the management team about the organisations capability to realise the potential benefits from developing and implementing Lean.
How do I use it?
Management team members complete an on-line questionnaire which takes less than 30 minutes to complete. When the input is finished the results are analysed and very quickly a report about your organisation’s status and capability as well as the next steps is fed back by our author or a specialist consultant.
When is it used?
The Lean Pathway Audit can be used at any time by the management team to assess the capability for implementing and managing Lean. It gives important feedback and discussion points on the status of an existing Lean Strategy and provide guidance on the way forward.
Where can I find more information?
Pathway audits are published by Business Enlightenment and you can find out more by visiting www.business-enlightenment.com . Whether you are a client or a consultant, you will discover all you need to know.
Who creates the audits?
Experienced audit authors, who have both senior corporate and consulting background and over thirty years’ experience. Their knowledge and experience is an invaluable resource.