” A man who chases 2 rabbits will end up catching none”
While most organisations can determine “what” they want, few are able to clearly articulate “how” they can achieve it.
Policy Deployment, also known as hoshin kanri, is a very effective method of clearly identifying and cascading organisation objectives across functions, and deploying through the levels of the business.
This process helps align departments to work on common organisation goals, and helping establish a clear methodof monitoring, reviewing and (if necessary), adjusting focus.
We have successful experience of using this process across manufacturing, health, education, and process sectors.
Typical Areas Of Support
Annual Objectives Planning
Helping chair and facilitate, annual objectives planning sessions
One to One Coaching
Helping individuals develop department objectives and strategies to achieve company objectives
Helping organisations establish a process to allow simple, routine management of KPIs and action plans
- "The use of Maintenance Self Assessment, and people engagement has helped provide a sustainable platform for our staff to focus on breakdown rate reduction."
- " I have worked closely with the Sora team, whilst delivering a Lean Manufacturing ethos - along with the relevant tools and techniques - into a large Food Manufacturing business. The team are highly personable and enthusiastic individuals, and brought a wealth of expertise to bring to the table. The team were able to connect with staff at all levels of the operation and open their minds to the benefits of Lean Manufacturing concepts and ideas. "
MD, Food and Drink Sector
- "While we are used to facilitating training in-house, working with Sora to co-design and co-deliver a range of programs for operators, and lean leaders has been a very effective development and for the Gestamp Tallent Academy."
David Pearson, Gestamp Training Manager
- "The team at Sora have provided a superb service supporting our senior team's work in developing the way we use Policy Deployment to set and manage our organisational objectives. Their work has been very valuable and appreciated by our executive team."
Professor John Macintyre, Pro Vice Chancellor, Sunderland University