Morten Clausen

Morten Clausen

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John Paul Kotter (born 1947) is a professor at the Harvard Business School and author, who is regarded as an authority on leadership and change. In particular, he discusses how the best organizations actually “do” change. Kotter proposes an 8-step change model (Figure below) to assist organizations in successfully implementing change initiatives.

John Paul Kotter (born 1947) is a professor at the Harvard Business School and author, who is regarded as an authority on leadership and change. In particular, he discusses how the best organizations actually “do” change. Kotter proposes an 8-step change model (Figure below) to assist organizations in successfully implementing change initiatives.

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A Visual Explanation of LEAN Manufacturing. Lean Manufacturing is reducing work and coasts while maintain quality.

A Visual Explanation of LEAN Manufacturing. Lean Manufacturing is reducing work and coasts while maintain quality.

Six Thinking Hats - Edward De Bono. I should probably utilise this more often than I do.

Six Thinking Hats - Edward De Bono. I should probably utilise this more often than I do.

Business Analysis PowerPoint Templates #powerpoint #business

Business Analysis PowerPoint Templates #powerpoint #business

0314 hoshin kanri model powerpoint presentation Slide01

0314 hoshin kanri model powerpoint presentation Slide01

Lean Six Sigma Project Management Poster

Lean Six Sigma Project Management Poster

32 essential lean tools and a short description of the value they bring to your manufacturing, warehouse or distribution center

32 essential lean tools and a short description of the value they bring to your manufacturing, warehouse or distribution center

The Eight Pillars of TPM (Total Productive Maintenance)

The Eight Pillars of TPM (Total Productive Maintenance)

Waste is anything that uses resources, but does not add real value to the product or service.

Waste is anything that uses resources, but does not add real value to the product or service.