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Winning Strategies Part 1 - Policy Deployment. Team B3: Paula Urrego-Riveros David Ibagon Lydia Duro-Emanuel Sabrina Tsai Chi- Wen Shih Nazish Leghari. An Introduction to Hoshin Kanri. Defined as: Capability enhancement towards improved performance.

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Winning strategies part 1 policy deployment

Winning Strategies Part 1- Policy Deployment

Team B3:

Paula Urrego-Riveros

David Ibagon

Lydia Duro-Emanuel

Sabrina Tsai

Chi-Wen Shih

NazishLeghari


An introduction to hoshin kanri

An Introduction to Hoshin Kanri

Defined as:

  • Capability enhancement towards improved performance.

  • Unified policy planning and deployment.

  • Effective employment of resources.

    Origins:

  • Originated in Japan in 1950’s.

  • Developed by Bridgestone Tire Company in 1962.

    Objectives:

  • Identifies areas of opportunity for the organisation to change or improve.

  • Prioritises the most cost effective actions across the organisation to achieve these changes.

  • Creates a detailed implementation plan.

  • Provides a review mechanism to identify corrective actions and embed learning.

Tennant C., and Roberts P. (2001)


Elements of hoshin kanri

Elements of Hoshin Kanri

Adapted from: Hutchins D., (2008)


Comparisons of other concepts and hoshin kanri

Comparisons of other concepts and Hoshin Kanri

Table adapted from: Tennant C., Roberts P., (2001) and Whitcher & Chau, 2007, 519


Advantages and drawbacks of hoshin kanri

Advantages and Drawbacks of Hoshin Kanri

Advantages of Hoshin Kanri

Drawbacks of Hoshin Kanri

  • Focuses on what is important.

  • Shared vision communicated.

  • Involves and engages the organisation.

  • Progress is monitored.

  • Continuous improvement of the strategic plan.

  • Enables organisational learning.

  • Rigid implementation system.

  • Long-term commitment.

  • Objectives must be static over a 3-5 year period.

  • Lack of understanding.

  • Resistance to change.

12Manage (2011)


Management of hoshin kanri drawbacks

Management of Hoshin Kanri Drawbacks

Drawbacks obtained from 12Manage (2011)


The hoshin kanri planning process

The Hoshin Kanri Planning Process

Adapted from: Cowley M., Domb E., (1997)


Strategic policy deployment overview

Strategic Policy Deployment Overview

Tennant C., and Roberts P. (2001)


Implementing hoshin kanri at wave riders

Implementing Hoshin Kanri at Wave Riders

…Applying the theory practically.


Creating the vision swot analysis

Creating the Vision - SWOT Analysis


Proposed vision

Proposed Vision

Wave Riders Vision

“In 5 years, Wave riders aims to become a key player in the European markets by focusing our resources, engaging our employees and satisfying our customers through the production of high quality products towards excellence.”


Proposed values

Proposed Values

Wave Riders Values:

  • We pride ourselves in satisfying our customers.

  • We are committed to conduct ourselves in a manner consistent with the highest standards of integrity.

  • We are honest, ethical, and fair in all our activities.

  • We ensure exceptional and reliable quality in all aspects of our work and recognise that quality determines the breath of our success.


The 5 year strategic plan

The 5 year Strategic Plan

Proposed Strategic Goals:

  • Increase market share in Europe by 40% in 5 years.

  • 85% customer satisfaction in 5 years.

  • Engagement of employees in 5 years.

Chosen Strategy:

STRATGEY 3


Proposed strategic plan

Proposed Strategic Plan


Operational and financial plan

Operational and Financial Plan


An example

An Example…


Policy deployment model

Policy Deployment Model

These plans fit into the overall business plan…

Tennant C., Roberts P., (2001)


Implementation process catchball

Implementation Process – “Catchball”

  • Hoshin Kanri is implemented using the “Catchball” process.

  • Involves communication at all levels of the organisation

  • Ensures commitment at all levels through the engagement of employees.

Wave Riders Strategic Plan

Wave Riders Departmental Plan

Wave Riders Operational/Financial Plan

Departmental Operational/Financial Plan

Wave Riders Key value streams

Programme Management

Departmental Key Initiatives

Employee goals and objectives

Modelled on GE Healthcare’s Catchball Process. GE (2010)

Tennant C., & Roberts P., (2001b)


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Hoshin Kanri is an execution tool to effectively deploy a strategic plan.

  • The ‘Catch ball’ process helps eliminate many of the drawbacks of the tool.

  • TQM is essential to the core concepts of Hoshin Kanri.


Appendix 1 selected strategy 3

Appendix 1 - Selected Strategy 3

Strategy Aim: Increase market share in Europe

Actions and costs

  • Research European market pricing structure, discounts, distribution, competition, product and safety specifications etc. Identify a distributor who could take on the European sales and handle any future expansion of the market. Need new computerised finance package for Euros and to reduce Finance workload (estimated cost £25,000)

  • Identify successful European promotional campaigns and put together a winning promotions strategy. Increase marketing spend to £250k.

  • Increase price of both products by approximately 2.5% (in line with inflation).

  • Reorganize the Leisure sales team to three external sales representatives and three internal sales people to handle client follow-up by taking on two new salespeople and take on a European sales representative in the Rescue/Military sales team.

  • Continue to invest in new technology costing an estimated £150k on capital expenditure.

  • Reorganize Finance and HR departments by moving wages and salaries manager into the Finance department. Reduce the remaining clerical staff in HR to a total of one.


References

References

  • Witcher B.J., Chau V.S. (2007) Balance Scorecard and Hoshin Kanri: Dynamic Capabilities For Managing Strategic Fit, Management Decision, Vol: 45, No: 3, pp: 518 – 538, UK, Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.

  • Witcher B.J., Chau V.S., Harding P. (2007) Top Executive Audits: Strategic Reviews of Operational Activities, Managerial Auditing Journal, Vol: 22, No: 1, pp: 95 – 105, UK, Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.

  • Tennant C. and Roberts P., (2001) “Hoshin Kanri: A Tool for Strategic Policy Deployment” Knowledge and Process Management, Vol. 8 No. 4, Pages: 262-269

  • Tennant C. and Roberts P., (2001b) “Hoshin Kanri: Implementing the Catchball Process!. Long Range Planning, Vol 34. Pages: 287-308.

  • Cowley M., Domb E., (1997) Beyond Strategic Vision: Effective corporate action with Hoshin planning. Boston, Mass: Butterworth-Heinemann.

  • GE Healthcare (2010) “Leadership Strategy” Obtained from: http://nextlevel.gehealthcare.com/leadership-strategy/its-time-to-stop-dangling-our-feet-in-lean-for-healthcare.php

    Last updated: 28/10/2010 Lastaccessed: 12/02/2011.


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