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© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / MANAGEMENT MEETINGS This set of slides is intended to propose a structure for the management meeting, and subsequently to facilitate a group through the meeting. Please do not attempt to use these slides as part of a presentation until you have read and fully understood the relevant sections of ‘Managing by Design’, you know how each slide builds, and you are clear on the points you wish to make with them. There are some associated notes to guide your use of these slides.
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / The ‘Top-Level’ Management Meeting is primarily there to ensure everything is working as expected If it is - then the meeting doesn’t interfere If it isn’t - then the meeting actions people for it to be addressed - outside of the meeting The Meeting reviews performance in many areas: Overall performance against the QFD Performance of Process Ownership Performance of Actions completed on time The meeting also provides a forum to develop a vision for how Management should further develop PHILOSOPHY Management Meetings
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / Process Management Meeting OVERALL CYCLE Measure & analyse current performance(inc. Dept.) Receive Org’n measurements Review Org’n. measures & progress on actions Prepare Process Q4 chart and circulate to department Provide coaching and support Plan & undertake actions Ongoing.... Circulate measures and meeting objectives / agenda Solve Problem Action Req'd? Exception report Processes Yes Explore/share best practice Set new actions Plan & undertake actions Ongoing.... Provide coaching and support Prepare Org’n Q4 chart Process TeamIndividualTop-Level Organisation
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / The Top-Level Meeting Provide context for meeting - objectives, agenda, any new background, RFI from last time Understand reasons why, address them and reschedule delivery date. If more than 25% flag up at pt. 'A' No Clarify them and resolve them in the meeting or plan further actions to take them forward Yes Ensure actions have owners & review mtg. Are all Processes in control? Yes Are there any issues arising that need to be addressed? Yes A Agree process to move the issue forward Use process to generate new insights Yes Is it best addressed in meeting? Schedule & assign actions No Process Define the problem clearly Understand the Root Causes Develop a preferred solution Plan and assign responsibility for its implementation No Receive presentation on next subject in schedule of b.p. dev't Agree approach to move the ideas forward Schedule & assign actions Yes Take this further at present? No Review the Org’n Level Measures Addressed in process review? List weak areas of performance that are not explained by process issues on a flipchart and address at pt 'A' No Have all actions been completed? Yes Is process team addressing it confidently? No Tick-off flipchart
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / OBJECTIVES Management Meetings To provide a Top Level Management Process for the organisation To review performance and progress To identify issues in performance and progress and to ensure they are being addressed To provide opportunities for developing our understanding of management
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / AGENDA Management Meetings Introduction State of the Nation Review of Top Level Measures Review of progress on Actions Review of progress on Processes General Issues arising Learning from Best Practice Actions Wrap up
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / INTRODUCTION Recap briefly on the objectives Move onto the agenda – highlighting any special items arising from the organisation’s performance, from the process quadrant charts, from last meeting or from events since then. Reflect back on the last meeting analysis, and emphasise the parts of the groundrules to which we will need to pay special attention.
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / GROUNDRULES Be candid and honest Endeavour to keep to agreed times Keep the meeting clean - identify opportunities to move issues into offline actions Focus on the current task: focus on review and avoid getting drawn into detail debates Only one person to speak at a time - no side conversations Everybody to remain involved with the discussion on hand Seek to understand rather than explain Enjoyment is permitted
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / State of the Nation Run through any major events or intentions that have happened since the last meeting. Explain the implications these have for the team, and how they will be taken into account. Establish actions/teams to address (outside of the meeting) any further clarification, response required, adjustments etc. to report back prior to the next meeting. Flipchart these.
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / Review of Top-Level Measures The four (Q4) flipcharts should be stuck to the wall: The first should be a list of the Department measures, & the current & target values The second should have copies of the relevant graphs stuck to it The third should be headed analysis The fourth headed actions Work through the measures, & place a check box against those that are deficient. (This is now left & returned to throughout the meeting)
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / Review of progress on Actions Run through the actions that should have been completed since the last meeting, and confirm that this is the case. (Try to avoid summaries of the outcome or discussions around it during the meeting unless it has been scheduled) Check progress on actions not yet scheduled for completion. Seek to understand the reasons for delays, and either address them at the meeting or schedule a time after the meeting to address it then. Tick off any performance deficits explained by the delays, list the delay under analysis, and write on the actions sheet what you have now put in place.
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / ACTIONS FROM LAST MEETING Action 1 … Action 2 … … Actions%CompleteActions%Complete Meeting Number
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / Review of progress on Processes Review each Quadrant chart spending no more than 10 minutes per chart. Praise success and draw out the learning points. Ask if there are any areas in which the process owner would benefit from discussion, and work through them. Encourage the group to challenge apparently weak analysis or actions. (Note specific areas for follow- up) Tick off any performance deficits explained by current deficiencies in the Process Q4s, and transfer a summary of the analysis and the planned Process actions to the Analysis and Actions sheets for the Department
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / General Issues arising Work through the remaining (unticked) performance issues on the Department Q4 chart and discuss how these need to be addressed. The session should be disciplined and follow the general outline of the PSD. Analysis and Actions should be entered on the relevant flipcharts The rest of this section may be planned by the Dept. mgr. to address the more systematic issues of the Department and its management – such as: themes in performance, general attitudes, results of surveys and audits, performance on completing actions etc.
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / RECAP: Management Meetings Introduction, State of the Nation Review of Top Level Measures Review of progress on Actions Review of progress on Processes General Issues arising Learning from Best Practice Actions Wrap up Performance TrendAnalysis Actions
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / Learning from Best Practice The next topic on the schedule is presented to the group The group discusses how the Department could benefit from adopting aspects of such an approach, and the potential pitfalls, & then decides whether and how to take it further. Further suggestions of management concepts and practice are added to the schedule and allocated someone to research them and a date for presentation.
© Tesseract Management Systems / Managing by Design / Learning from Best Practice Further suggestions of management concepts and practice are added to the schedule and allocated someone to research them & date for presentation. 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