Policy Deployment at Five Levels

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Policy Deployment at Five Levels
Michael Phillips, United Kingdom, Member

The article says Hoshin Kanri can be applied at two levels, in fact our company applies it at 5 levels! The top level belongs to senior management, and it goes down to each level below, down to the shop floor level. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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The Two Levels of Hoshin Kanri
Stephen Gallagher, Business Consultant, Australia, Member

The two levels referred to in the article are not organizational levels. One level is the break through strategic objectives (the important few that will provide strategic advantage) which are cascaded through the business, and the other level is the cascading of the everyday activities (mission rather than strategy related) that take up the 80-90% of peoples time. This latter level is to ensure the business does not compromise its normal operational requirements while pursuing it's strategic objectives.
 

 
Hoshin Kanri is a Horizontal Process: a Rising Tide, not a Cascade
Tom Wilson, HR Consultant, United States, Member

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Hoshin Kanri is Deployed Vertically and Horizontally
Stephen Gallagher, Business Consultant, Australia, Member

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The Essential Orientation is Horizontal
Tom Wilson, HR Consultant, United States, Member

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The Three Axis of Organizational Performance
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