Organizational Deployment Process

Organizational Deployment Process

ODP (organizational deployment process) is used to manage the business processes by using the inputs and outputs to link the critical elements and reports/meetings together across levels and functions throughout the business. Furthermore, ODP facilitates organizational communication through structure and accountability to achieve the business goals and objectives.

ODP Outcomes

Creates Visibility
Reinforces Behavioral Changes
Ensures Sustainability
Provides a Framework Between
People, Processes, & Systems

The role of management today should be to develop and support the organization from the Gemba (process) point-of-view. Through process management, organizations assemble the intelligence and skills of their workforce by practicing glass wall management. This type of management helps organizations become more transparent which empowers employees to contribute maximum creativity to solving problems as opposed to stifling their potential and ingenuity with brick wall management. Furthermore, this management method promotes individuals to self-manage their work.

Our systems have been developed over decades of research and deployments. We understand how to best deploy this framework in each unique vertical and accelerate companywide adoption and utilization.

For process management to be effective, managers must develop and communicate, both upstream and downstream, goals and metrics that are aligned to the overall company strategic direction. The result is a narrowed communication gap between executive management and the process. By upgrading people’s skills, focusing on empowerment, and streamlining processes, the organization will make concrete improvements and be able to adapt quickly to rapidly changing markets.

  • Develop performance communication structure
    • Categorize as daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annually
    • Evaluate performance of meetings
    • Gather reporting docs of inputs and outputs of meetings
    • Determine business needs that are required
  • Redesign meeting structure (pattern, routine, quality of meetings)
  • Cultivate facilitation skills to promote meeting effectiveness
  • Restructure business reporting system to focus on business needs and improved decision making process
  • Monitor output of process to track improvements and overall accountability
  • Create a standard format for all glass walls
  • Establish appropriate metrics (Safety, Quality, Cost, Delivery, Morale)
  • Solid framework and structure, which facilitates the cascade/escalation of communication
  • Creates clear and unambiguous expectations that drive the right routines and behaviors
  • Develops efficient reporting systems to manage the day-to-day business
  • Enhanced accountability and decision making
  • Organization-wide alignment to business objectives
  • Concise metrics for immediate response with countermeasures
  • Clearly defined inputs and outputs in meetings driving efficiency and effectiveness
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