Great things occur when teams are synchronized when they can emphasize their innovative and constructive energies on making a positive change in the workplace and the domino effect takes it throughout the world. Positive change occurs when folks realize they can change the status-quo and make things better which don’t work, even when the issue revolves all around the organization. Similarly, those who worked on the basic idea before the Kanban has that edge over others, where they can see things while others do not.
Start from the Current State!
No one starts a great work from an ideal situation. Everyone doing things great in the past and even in the present has to start from the current state with the traditional systems and processes. What they had in common was a drive to make a change.
Leading changes can be smooth or sometimes very difficult. It is reliant on the company's culture, thoughts of the people and approach of the leader. As a leader one should be open to lead changes. After that, one needs to have many convincing communications with individuals involved. At times, all the leader need to have is merely the time and patience. So if you are convincing your management to adopt Kanban, you first need to be patient as the founders of this idea was also too patient to let it happen and realized that change will come with due time.
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