Southeastern Mills: The Improvement Journey (A) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Appropriate for courses in performance direction and operations design. Owners and workers of this firm spent considerable effort developing an unique, tremendously successful high performance work place culture based on trust and a decentralized structure and little direct oversight from middle and upper management. Now management wants to contemplate combining a Lean or Six Sigma plan into their work place culture.

Four different system layouts are evaluated by a Business Process Improvement Team for establishing Lean-Six Sigma. The three-part case series follows the investigations, final decision, assessments, and selection criteria development of the team. Then, prepare a recommendation for the senior supervisors and students are requested to consider the benefits and drawbacks of the alternatives of the team critique their choice against the team's recommendation. That is a teaching note (OM1393TN) accessible.

Southeastern Mills The Improvement Journey (A) case study solution

PUBLICATION DATE: September 09, 2010 PRODUCT #: UV5984-HCB-ENG

This is just an excerpt. This case is about LEADERSHIP & MANAGING PEOPLE

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