Presentation on theme: "Lean – Journey So Far on Pilot & Teams in WAVE1"— Presentation transcript:
1 Lean – Journey So Far on Pilot & Teams in WAVE1 Lean Service PilotLean – Journey So Far on Pilot & Teams in WAVE1
2 Our commitment – 1st Target State & Improvements 7th October Careagile EEI Dec Survey – Greg ClarkOverall for PS’s teamPilot (6 teams) – 3.83Ambers due toVery close to 39 FTEs – only 2 short, the January actual figures will give more confidence and we have 4 improvements due to deliver in March168 improvements on log – so 36 new ones added since the start of the pilot69 improvements closed so over 50% of the 132 agreed at redesign weekOEB measures developed at the start of implementation with Mark W measures in development , Chris B working on Pete S measures cascade down from OEBVoC AHC held on 8th Dec after the lean assessment survey. With the plans Richard F as been working with Chris B – confident that this score should increaseMulti skilling – end of dec will achieve 83% of the 60% planned…so confident will be able to complete in januaryHaving the right mindsetOrganising our people and developing their skillsManaging our performanceMaking processes more efficientListening to our customersCost to Serve (for product & for delivery) to enable 100% cost recovery40% to 80% A1 measuresVoC Driven Measures, Performance BoardsLean Diagnostic Measures – uplift by 1Local Improvements – saving 170hrs/weekPredicting 600+ hrs (Step Change)Lean Diagnostic Measures – uplift by 1Mean Cycle Time - 3 day ReductionStandard KCIsStandardise Escalation ProcessLean Maturity Measures – uplift by 1Coach team to deliver agreed improvements50% management timeRole model behavioursLean Diagnostic Measures – uplift by 1Careagile Lean Behaviour Index uplift by 0.160% multiskillingTriage at front end4 flows/Production Managers in placeLean Diagnostic Measures – uplift by 1
3 Listening to our customers What did we do - LWoW Created 9 FLM plans to implement LWoW across 5 lensesThis has been a change to how the 157 people work differently with a lot of focus on what FLM teams do.Some very good examples of problem solving with team members supported by change agents (tails reduction in Manchester, £250K reduction for ASDH and PDH) – the team have learnt problem solving skills…basis for on-going continuous improvementThey review their performance boards every day (including when their manager is not around) – taking it in turns to talk about different partsIn Nov, the T2 were confident enough to run re-enforcement workshops…demonstrating that they believe in the change and want to ensure their teams are on boardSkill matrix enabled the multi skillimg plan for flow/TC1 – so already used…Having the right mindsetOrganising our people and developing their skillsManaging our performanceMaking processes more efficientListening to our customersCreated Team Performance BoardsIntroduced daily huddles to review Team BoardsCoached and encouraged team members to own and present parts of their boardsReviewed progress on Improvements.Identified different ways of working and agreed a common way (SOPs developed)Worked on the improvements using A3s and problem solving techniques.Understood how to identify and realise benefits.Began to push back on non value add activities. Questioning why?Talked to customers & created an open dialogue with BTWSet up regular dialogue with MFUs (BTW & GS) & our teamsSet up regular dialogue and review with internal customersCoaching by operational change agentsWorked on improvements within teamsUnderstood Lean Behaviours through workshopsT2 led re-enforcement workshops and activities. (paper plane)Produced critical lean based roles defined to reflect in people’s JDs.Team members buy into the programme though engagementProduced our skills matrix as to who can do what and made it visibleIdentified training requirementsImplemented a training plan with time lines.Coaching T1 and T2 to help them develop themselves and there DRs.
4 What effort did it take & what difference did it make? What difference has it made– Journey so far:Sense of ownership – fixed issues as they came up for TC1, people in teams driving the changePeople led problem solving (e.g.: Tail being managed – less than 10% in one team)People say pull way of working is a less stressfulTeam engaged – seeing more people engagement people & still a lot to do;Good buzz - teams doing things differentlyCross working across all levels (T3s, T2s , T1s and across teams)£250k per quarter cost saving for using ASDH instead of PDHPositive impact in other areas (e.g.: reduced truck roll on OR, reduced jumping time in Field, reduced job control effort for voice)Shaped lean for other wavesWe are very proud as have done something tremendous…...
5 Next Steps in the Journey LWoW within all 9 FLM teams – further develop & consolidate learning;Implementing TC1 outstanding activities eg T2/T3 Performance boards, Governance, integrate other teams within pilot, etc.Continuing to work on improvements;VoC and developing customer driven measures;Building in re-enforcements & rewarding lean behavioursDeveloping a sense of pride as Wave 1 Teams visit us;Going for Bronze Accreditation for all teams in February;Planning, designing & implementing TC2;Making sure we understand cost per order across each flow;Integrating our key partners (Openreach) in lean way of working.
6 Job Satisfaction Survey End of Pilot Results – UK Data
7 Job Satisfaction Survey Key Measures – Post Pilot v Pre Pilot
8 Post Pilot Summary v Where We Started (only 16 weeks ago) 45% of the UK Data population completed the survey32% of the population completed the survey95% included their names and asked to be involved in the results75% included their names and asked to be involved going forwards96% have the opportunity to work with colleagues to solve problems71% have the opportunity to work with colleagues to solve problems93% responded positivity to getting a sense of achievement from their work64% responded that it was only sometimes ( a sense of achievement )100% responded that they always or mostly had clear targets at work52% responded that they always or mostly had clear targets at workTaking your job as a whole do you enjoy your work or not? – 100% responded I quite enjoy it or I enjoy it very muchTaking your job as a whole do you enjoy your work or not? – 85% responded I quite enjoy it or I enjoy it very much86% answered Very Well that they think their skills and knowledge are used in their present job,60% answered Very Well that they think their skills and knowledge are used in their present job,100% wanted opportunities to develop their skills and 86% said their skills were used very well84% said they wanted the opportunity to make friends at work93% said their manager spends time with me discussing my work35% said their manager spends time with me discussing my work
9 Verbatim comments How could your job be made more satisfying and enjoyable REMOVE THE BEAN COUNTING AND ALLOW INDIVIDUALS TO WORK TO A TOP QUALITY STANDARD WITH CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT THAT HAVING THE TIME TO DO SO WOULD ALLOW IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF JOBS ARRIVING IN TO PLANNING FROM THE FRONT END OR OPENREACH EXTERNALLess emphasis on widget count. I believe management do not want to understand the difficulties this causes. A real change in attitude from management to include and involve all rather than just discussing key issues with favourite peoplehave the soul responsibility & be clearly measured against team targets to deliver an order or multiple orders/products through from start to finish without having to pass it on to someone else.Wider ownership of everything relating to the delivery of service to a customeer or project, along with the necessary budget control and influence ove the supporting platforms.Managers of teams need to manage their teams .They spend far to much time on other duties which detracts from help the team to grow and improve customer service.We need to stop the top down delegation that damages our business moving forward to successSuitable training-prior to needing itThe relience on a base system connected to others to carry out planning, instead of the multitude of systems used at present... 21C has added a further 4 to the list !!!!!MORE RECOGNITION - I THINK FLMS ARE LARGELY OVERLOOKED AND TAKEN FOR GRANTED - VERY LONG HOURS AND LITTLE OR NO DIFFERENTIALS IN SALARY ETC.better training when taking on new roles and responsibillities such as job shadowing existing planners.
10 Verbatim Comments – Cont. What do you like most about your work Varied Role in Process and OperationsWorking over the whole job from start to finishpeople, and the desire to change things for the etter, and to enhance the long term prospects for the businessGood teamwork a good work atmosphere and a chance to deliver service to the paying customerobtaining job satisfaction in delivering ordersThe challenge to think outside of the box & resolve issues. working with other people to do this.people i work withThe people and the can do attitude as when asked they always do everything in their power to meet demands. So in short it is working with engaged people.Woring with people, sharing knowledge and experience, seeing service delivered.people, and the desire to change things for the etter, and to enhance the long term prospects for the businessdelivering a variety of products with some multiskilling end to endVariety and working with people in particular on Lean pilot - new & setting the theme.BEING ABLE TO DO THE WORK TO THE CORRECT QUALITY IF GIVEN ENOUGH TIME TOThe ability to influence change for the good of the affected team or Business unitMeeting new people and being involved at the front of a big change - making a real differenceInteraction with people and seeing a job completed through combined efforts
11 Verbatim Comments – Cont. What do you like least about your work Some people seem valued more or less than othershaving to continualy send in escalations due to activities not being completed on timeCustomer calls and lack of understanding from customermanagement restrictionsHAVING TO CHASE UP OPENREACH EXTERNAL PLANNERS (MANY OF WHICH DO NOT EVEN PUT THEIR NAME ON COSMOSS) WHO HAVE PUT INSUFFICIENT NOTES ON COSMOSS OR FAILED TO DO THEIR JOB CORRECTLY - SUCH AS INS WORK + YCODESEmployee reviews too frequentThe targets we have do not reflect how we perform in the customers eyes.Also not being able to fix an issue due to BT internal politics.We need to step back and understand what is important to the customer and then build on this.Trying to work within an environment where the orgainsations within a business are not focussed on the same business goal, particularly when there is too much effort focussed on atificial internal business constraints.The politics sometimes. I do like to get things done. I do understand things need to be done in the right way, but sometimes change seems to take an eternity to happenhaving to make travel plans at short notice - I like to plan but saying that I can usually accommodate plans at short noticeNothing really.handing off a job i could be trained to do myselfPERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
12 Learning and comparison Real change has happened for this sample group we need to ensure that effort is rewarded and no “return to old habits” is toleratedCan we make the role more challenging with out adding lots of stressMake sure targets reflect customer purpose without excessive measurementEnsure gains made are sustainedEnsure that team working becomes standard practiseFuture changes should reflect wanting a bigger sense of achievementMore allowance for initiative and decision makingGreater team working and getting involved in improving thingsOpportunity for more inter-team workingEnsure people are involved in what happens nextSustainability is the biggest challenge – Accreditation opportunities should be swift and actionable