Motivation, Coaching and Change Management (MCCM)

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Motivation, Coaching and Change Management (MCCM)
Dr. Beitinger Gunter , Director, Germany

Many companies are struggling with the question “How do I become a lean company” without trying to understand how job satisfaction, change management, motivation and the usage of lean methods are interlinked to get the lean machine running.


A lot of companies are struggling with the question “How do I become a lean company” and starting Benchmark visits, Japan study tours or Best Practice Visits to see what others are doing. What they will see are mainly results and they maybe got explained the major lean tools or meth-ods. Beside these external activities, internally training orgies are held to explain lean tools again and again to all kind of people with the expectation, the employees will learn to see the waste and finally act, how the company would like them to do:” free of waste” !, because they simply like what they have heard and seen. Normally here the story ends and the activities are in a kind of viscous circle: training – benchmark visits – value stream/ 5s actions – training … .Without the understanding how job environment and satisfaction, change management, motivation and the usage of lean methods to perform are interlinked to get the lean machine running, the companies will never step out of this circle. My article, based on real case studies, tries to explain, how important it is, to understand what really motivates us, what coaching means and what must be adopted from change management to make the implementation of a lean culture a success story. If you contact me, I will send you the complete view.

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