- Nov 11, 2012
- Marietta, GA
We have an internal group which repeatedly rolls out a new way of doing business, then finds another one two years later, lather, rinse, repeat. They are in the business of keeping their bureaucracy alive, not in the business of improving our business. 6 Sigma, Lean, Kaizen, TQM, DOE, etc.LinkedIn just managed to fully explain what went wrong with the 737max to me
Was a poorly conceived bump of an article outlining how kaizen brought us the exemplary 737max.
Tell me you guys aren't stuck with these insane philosophical ideas that should remain in corporate boardrooms? (We "in the field" guys removed this methodology about 5 years ago, as it was just another massive inefficient waste of time, one quarterly meeting that's rehearsed and planned the day before - for when the head office guys visit. )
That said, all of these tools have some merit, but mostly they are situational tools, not corporate "lifestyles".