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Ce livre raconte au travers d'une nouvelle la remise en question d'une entreprise de la façon dont elle gère ses ressources humaines.
Au travers de la transformation de sa façon de déployer ses objectifs, cela montre la façon d'impliquer progressivement tout le monde dans la réalisation des objectifs de haut niveau...
Comment passer d'un mode de contrôle et de planification "à la soviétique" comme le dit l'auteur, à un mode de management par l'implication, la formation, le développement des personnes.
Comme le souligne l'auteur, les ressources humaines sont avant tout des êtres humains et non des ressources...
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Strategy Deployment Over Simplified? 16 février 2009
Par Mike - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is the 3rd hoshin kanri (strategy deployment) text I've read (on top of other readings). It's also the 2nd book by this author I've now read too. Having loved his "Lean Production Simplified" book, so much, I was somewhat disappointed by this book.

Pro:
+ Simple and easy to read
+ I liked his use of A3s, a topic that I have relatively little experience
+ There are interesting Socratic Method-style chapter summaries, phrased in the form of questions... nice touch
+ Good linkage to PDCA
+ Shingo Prize Winner (2008)

Con:
- No index at the back of the book (please add in next edition)
- A narrative, a style that while easy to read tends to be less informationally dense (contrast to Jackson's, "Hoshin Kanri for the Lean Enterprise").
- Limits topics to planning of goal execution like Bechtel did in "Management Compass"
- "True North" examples could be greatly improved in my view... all compasses point to magnetic North. If compass is an analogy for intuition then hoshin kanri methods help us find our way in spite of this strong, traditional/common pull to a similar, but ultimately divergent path.
- For me, offered too little on how the system might work

Bottom line: Strengths of this book may also be its weaknesses. Might be good as an introduction to hoshin kanri, but seems overly simplified to me and not to my taste. Perhaps expectations were set unrealistically high on my part given his brilliant text, "Lean Production Simplified." Hoshin is a tough topic to write about, and it still suprises me how deep this topic really is.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Information 11 janvier 2012
Par Brandon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is full of good ideas on how to implement and develop a business strategy (or for that matter, any group project's strategy). It has many graphics that help push that idea. It presents the majority of the information as a story of a struggling company who hires a new manager that becomes the hero by changing the management climate (by refocusing priorities). The downside to it is that there is a lot of 'fluff' in the story and the story is idealized (all the workers seem too patient and open minded, the 'hero' that brings all these ideas to the business is 'too good' at his job, etc). The story, although it does provide a good example of how to use all the information in the book, really just acts as filler between the real nuggets of gold. The information is very good, the story is a little too much.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Getting the Right Things Done 20 mars 2010
Par Steven Caplinger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book increased my knowledge of Six Sigma and A3 processes. I have attended a Six Sigma certification course as well as reading Lean Six Sigma That Works. Getting the Right Things Done uses a fictional company that was once very successful but now struggling. The book goes through the transformation of the company into lean techniques and processes which starts with the buy in from the management team. The fictional company is based on manufacturing air conditioner parts but the examples are easily transferable to other industries and services. The book is an easy read with lots of good charts and drawings to help transfer the points. This book demonstrates A3 processes which improve project management processes.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best book on A3 problen solving 11 mars 2012
Par Keith L - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Pascal Dennis is one of the great Lean educators that trained with Toyota and truly understands the philosophy. I have been using his other books with my clients for years, and was quite pleased when he wrote this book. It is a good read, using the business book as a story style that may current books take. Pascal also concludes each chapter with an analysis of what he covered in the chapter, and that can be used as a reference as the techniques are applied.

A3s are an essential part of applying Lean, and this is the best book for most of us to learn how to use this powerful tool.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 So you know a little about lean tools, what is the big picture? 9 juillet 2011
Par Jim Nasium - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
"Why are we doing this lean stuff?" "This is just another program of the month." By now you have heard all of the complaints associated with the idea that we need to change the way we do business. You have read some books about the tools,and are getting good at kaizen, but what is your overall strategy for delivering your business objectives? This book is about strategic deployment, using lean to deliver the business objectives. This is an excellent resource, and I refer back to it time after time. It is not for the faint of heart, and before getting this book you should have a good fundamental knowledge of what lean is all about.
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