Kaizen event effectiveness and problem-solving style awareness: A video-based field examination

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Abstract

Effective lean adoption requires running Kaizen events (KE) effectively. Yet, the
behavioural tendencies of each of the team members involved in such events often hamper KE outcomes. This longitudinal study examines whether team members’ awareness of their own and team members’ problem-solving styles impacts KE effectiveness. After a survey about these styles, we video-filmed two events of nine kaizen teams: One prior to and the other after a team workshop intervention that boosted members’ awareness of these tendencies. Our finding is that being aware of one’s own and team members’ problem-solving styles has an impact on KE effectiveness and behaviours.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 17 Jun 2019
Event26th EurOMA Conference: Operations Adding Value to Society - Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland
Duration: 17 Jun 201919 Jun 2019
Conference number: 26
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Conference26th EurOMA Conference
Abbreviated titleEurOMA 2019
CountryFinland
CityHelsinki
Period17/06/1919/06/19
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Franken, JCM, van Dun, DH & Wilderom, CPM 2019, 'Kaizen event effectiveness and problem-solving style awareness: A video-based field examination' Paper presented at 26th EurOMA Conference, Helsinki, Finland, 17/06/19 - 19/06/19, .

Kaizen event effectiveness and problem-solving style awareness : A video-based field examination. / Franken, José C.M. ; van Dun, Desirée Hermina; Wilderom, Celeste P.M.

2019. Paper presented at 26th EurOMA Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

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