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Hoshin Kanri: Visual Strategic Planning

Course ID HK01LF
Format Web-based

Learn how to use this powerful planning tool to ensure that the entire organization is working towards key objectives.


Hoshin Kanri: Visual Strategic Planning Management's top priorities are planning and ensuring that everyone is working on the organization's key business objectives. Hoshin Kanri is a tool that helps management successfully realize these top priorities. This methodology is one of the most powerful planning tools available to organizations today, allowing for breakthrough innovations and continuous improvement. It provides a method for creating a comprehensive communication system between all levels of employees, keeping everyone focused on top priorities in the organization.
Hoshin Kanri provides a step-by-step strategic planning process, a deployment and review process for change and continuous improvement. It is a methodology that ties the vision and mission of an organization to the goals and team activities of those working in the organization. Organizations winning the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige Award have predominately used Hoshin Kanri.
Students will become familiar with the PDCA model and how it builds the foundation for Hoshin Kanri. In order to deploy a strategic plan, students learn how to create a vision and mission statement and assign measures, benchmarks and targets to strategic objectives. Also, covered in the course are the mechanics for how to calculate a hoshin matrix and the action planning necessary to deploy the plan into the organization. This course contains downloadable Excel templates that students can use to begin their Hoshin Kanri plan. They also receive a workbook that recaps all the material found in the course including numerous examples of Hoshin Kanri matrices!

Course Data

  • CEU Hours: 0.3
  • Length: 3 Hours
  • ASQ RU: 0.3
  • Provider: LearnFirm
Course Overview

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the basic definition, principles and benefits of Hoshin Kanri
  • Comprehend the many ways to collect organizational data
  • Identify the difference between a target and a mean
  • Calculate a Hoshin Kanri matrix
  • Recognize where specific data goes in a Hoshin Kanri matrix
  • Understand deployment planning and the annual planning cycle
  • Know how to create and apply Quality Tables to ensure action
  • Understand the leadership skills needed in a Hoshin environment
  • Know when to use a tree diagrams, affinity diagrams and cause and effect diagrams during a Hoshin process

Who Should Attend:

Managers interested in breakthrough innovations and continuous improvement.
Outline
  1. Introduction to Hoshin Kanri Planning
    1. Understand the basic definition and principles of Hoshin Kanri
    2. Outline the difference between daily management and a “Hoshin”
    3. Know the history of Hoshin Kanri
    4. Understand how Deming’s Plan, Do, Study, and Act model fits into Hoshin Kanri
    5. Identify who is involved in the Hoshin Kanri planning process
        
  2. Gathering Data
    1. Comprehend the many ways to collect organizational data
    2. Know the components included in an environmental scan
    3. Identify the components in a SWOT analysis
    4. Understand how to gather information from the employees within your organization
    5. Know the importance of the “Voice of the Customer”
    6. Understand how to measure the organization
       
  3. The Hoshin Kanri Matrix
    1. Recognize the difference between a target and a mean
    2. Identify the stages in calculating a Hoshin matrix
    3. Understand the methodology behind the relationship matrix
    4. State the meaning for the symbols used in a Hoshin Kanri matrix
    5. Calculate a Hoshin Kanri matrix
       
  4. Rooms in a Hoshin Kanri Matrix
    1. Know where specific data goes in a Hoshin Kanri matrix
    2. Understand the meaning of targets, means, importance weight, competitive assessment, competitive index, owners, measures, actuals, goals, organizational difficulty and importance ratings
    3. Review completed Hoshin Kanri matrices
    4. Identify an “X” matrix
       
  5. Deploying the Hoshin Kanri Plan
    1. Define the term “Catch Ball”
    2. Know the time frame for the deployment of a Hoshin Kanri plan
    3. Understand who should be involved in the review process in Hoshin Kanri
    4. Describe the necessary configuration for Hoshin Kanri deployment
    5. Explain the components found in an Hoshin Kanri action planning sheet
    6. Learn how to analyze actions that sub-optimize organizational effectiveness
       
  6. Leadership in a Hoshin Kanri Environment
    1. Understand the role that a leader plays in an organization
    2. Identify a leader’s customers in a Hoshin Kanri environment
    3. Understand the four components to organizational change
    4. Define team building as a critical skill set
    5. Identify effective organizational communication
    6. Recognize the roadblocks to creating an environment that supports Hoshin Kanri
       
  7. Tools Needed in Hoshin Kanri: Tree Diagrams
    1. Identify the meaning for a tree diagram
    2. Understand when to use a tree diagram
    3. Identify the steps needed to create a tree diagram
    4. Recognize critical guidelines needed for creating a tree diagram
       
  8. Tools Needed in Hoshin Kanri: Affinity Diagram
    1. Define affinity diagrams
    2. Identify when to use an affinity diagram
    3. State the steps for affinitizing information
    4. Describe the critical guidelines for using an affinity diagram
       
  9. Tools Needed in Hoshin Kanri: Cause and Effect Diagrams
    1. Define a cause and effect diagram
    2. Understand when to use a cause and effect diagram
    3. Define the steps in creating a cause and effect diagram
    4. Identify the guidelines for using a cause and effect diagram
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