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  1. Gap Analysis &Action Plan Launch Created with Funding from WIRED NW

  2. Gap Analysis &Action Plan Launch • By the end of today’s class, you should be able to: • Use Gap Analysis methodology, Current State vs. Future State Gap Analysis • Apply Gap Analysis to your organization • Apply Problem Solving techniques • Confirm stretch goals and perform gap analysis from current state of each stretch goal • Launch an Action Plan Created by funding from WIRED NW

  3. Gap Analysis • Let’s apply gap analysis to your organization • We have collected the data along our past class sessions: • Refer back to your Policy Deployment plans • Review your X matrix • Review your current state VSM(s) • Identify opportunities to apply Standard Work Created by funding from WIRED NW

  4. Gap Analysis • Three key questions: • What are the gaps? • What are the most important? • Where are the Kaizen opportunities? Created by funding from WIRED NW

  5. Gap Analysis • What are the gaps? • Review your policy deployment plans • Review your X Matrix • Compare your goals to your current situation • Compare your Current State VSM to your goals • What in your policy deployment flows towards an opportunity for you? Created by funding from WIRED NW

  6. Gap Analysis • What are the most important? • Consider : • Strategic priorities • Safety • Quality • Cost • Delivery • Service Created by funding from WIRED NW

  7. Gap Analysis • Where are the Kaizen opportunities? • And there’s more! Created by funding from WIRED NW

  8. Gap Analysis • Confirm stretch goals • perform gap analysis from the current state of each stretch goal Created by funding from WIRED NW

  9. Action Plan Launch Narrow the Kaizen opportunities to one that you think can be deployed within the next month at your organization. Created by funding from WIRED NW

  10. Action Plan Launch • Begin your Kaizen Charter • Who will be your team? • How will you approach it? • What do you plan to accomplish at your company event within the next month? Created by funding from WIRED NW

  11. Action Plan Launch • Gather tools and supplies • Build or borrow Kaizen toolkits • Communicate, communicate, communicate! • Anticipate participants’ needs • Large area to gather, and later report out • Clearly articulate the current situation • Provide agenda, schedule • Provide food and beverages Created by funding from WIRED NW

  12. Action Plan Launch • Let the opportunity begin! • Allow time for participants to bring back findings and prepare presentation • Invite appropriate people to the presentation • Top managers • People who can influence, or who will be influenced by the findings • Learners who might participate in future Kaizen events Created by funding from WIRED NW

  13. Action Plan Launch • Thank everyone for their participation and interest Thank you! Created by funding from WIRED NW

  14. Action Plan Launch • Now it’s your turn Created by funding from WIRED NW

  15. Created by funding from WIRED NW

  16. Independent Assignment #11 • This assignment should take about 12 hours (your two hours independent assignment for this week, plus this will count in lieu of another classroom session: eight hours class time and the two hours independent assignment time for that session). • Meet with your mentor and review the gap analysis discussed in today’s session. • Mutually agree on opportunities to apply what was learned today, using as many tools as possible. • Execute a Kaizen at your organization, and prepare a 15 minute presentation to report out at next session. Created by funding from WIRED NW