A ‘Shark Tank’ Inspired Approach to Continuous Improvement With Bosch

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Inside a morning workshop at a Bosch Rexroth hydraulic plant in Charlotte, North Carolina, leaders prepare their pitch to heads of institutions and the local coordinator of the Lean project. In order to foster collaboration, the engineering firm takes a Shark Tank approach, where panelists ask questions and think about their options before deliberating and choosing what they will do and which ones they will who go out. , unit managers must allocate resources properly by demonstrating the value of the effort. They are already seeing a great improvement because they have been able to reach customers' demand for shipping in a turnaround time of a day. As processes are refined, the commitment increases and Bosch continues its journey towards continuous improvement.

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