To improve, or to start any kind of change it’s important
to understand where you currently are, where you want to go,
and the gap that exists between the two. The five brief assessments
on the left provide useful input into leaders’ decisions
at various points in an LSS/HPO effort.
The LSS/HPO Readiness Assessment
indicates an organization’s readiness for changing
from the current organization to one that embraces the principles,
tools, and culture of a Lean Six Sigma/High-Performance
Plan Viability Assessment will
tell you if your workplan is missing key elements for a
successful implementation of any sort of large-scale process
The Existing Improvement Effort
Assessment provides some data on how well your current improvement
effort – such as Six Sigma, HPO, or Balanced Scorecard
– is going.
The Faltering Six Sigma Effort
Assessment identifies key areas that may be missing from
your Six Sigma project that are causing you problems.
The Interpersonal & Team Skills
Assessment shows respondent skill level in dealing with
others, and in working with people on a team.
These assessments are intended to provide a “quick-and-dirty”
analysis of key points to consider in an LSS/HPO project.
These are intended to provide you a quick picture of how
things are going and are not intended to serve as the sole
source for management decisions. More Comprehensive assessments
and diagnoses will be available soon for each of the topics
listed. Sign-ups for these future assessments appear on
the bottom page of each assessment.