Using Policy Deployment to Drive Cultural Change
The evolution of policy deployment at GHSP
Presentation Code: VS3-03
Value Stream: VS3 - Leadership, Change Management, Culture
Day & Time: Tuesday, Oct 16, 2012 - 1:30 PM
Length: 1 hour, 10 minutes
Over the last four years, GHSP has been evolving its unique application of hoshin planning and policy deployment using a one page plan. On one page, they communicate 1) their environmental analysis, 2) their company values, 3) their business plan, 4) their strategic process, 5) the competencies most in need of development, 6) their top ten initiatives to be achieved in the next 18 months and 7) the top ten actions that must be completed in the next 90 days. Their challenge is to effectively and efficiently develop leaders, a singular company culture and a plan for a company that has 1,000 employees in the U.S., Mexico, Japan and China. Come to this session and find out what the company has learned.
In this presentation:
- Hear about GHSP's one-page hoshin planning tool.
- Learn how the one-page plan focuses and aligns company efforts.
- Find out about the challenges of developing aligned leaders and a unified culture in support of your vision.
- Learn how this one-page plan has allowed GHSP to achieve clarity, alignment, priority setting and results.
- Take home ideas and knowledge you can use for your business.
GHSPHSP is a business of JSJ Corporation of Grand Haven, Michigan. GHSP is a leading global supplier of mechanical and mechatronic control systems products that integrate mechanical elements, electronics, software and aesthetics. Their clients include surface transportation industries such as automotive and heavy truck manufacturers. The company serves its customers from concept to delivery with world-class product design, development and program management, as well as excellence in manufacturing in locations around the world.
Paul DoylePaul Doyle is president and chief executive officer of Grand Haven, MI-based GHSP. Paul joined GHSP in 1999 as vice president of human resources and in 2003 was named vice president of sales and marketing. He has led the company as CEO since August, 2007. Prior to joining GHSP, Paul was director of organizational development at Holland, MI-based Donnelly Corporation. Over the past 20 years, Paul has been both an external and internal consultant and a P&L executive with responsibility for building his own operating organization. He has co-authored and published a book and contributed magazine articles on management topics such as leadership and strategic planning. Paul holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Notre Dame and a master's degree from West Virginia University. He is also a graduate of the Notre Dame Program in Executive Management.
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