Utilize the MGMA Lean Leadership Project Toolkit to launch and manage Lean projects in your practice.
This toolkit contains a powerful and comprehensive set of resources, including templates, guides and checklists for planning, executing and sustaining improvement and organizational change activities. Each tool is specifically designed to help practice administrators, managers and front-line staff successfully manage change and Lean process-improvement activities.
Tools included in this resource:
- Project Charter Worksheet
- Leadership/Stakeholder Worksheet
- Change Management Worksheet
- Value Stream Map Worksheet
- Sequence of Tasks Worksheet
- Plan, Do Check Act Worksheet
- Five Whys Root Cause Analysis Worksheet
- Leadership Rounding Worksheet
- Rapid Improvement Event Checklist
- Rapid Improvement Event/Kaizen Charter
This set of five toolkits includes copies to help you and your organization manage multiple process-improvement projects. The toolkits can also be used as instructional guides to teach Lean concepts.
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This MGMA Lean Leadership Project Toolkit: Five Pack was co-developed by MGMA industry experts and Safer Healthcare, a national leader in process improvement and Lean Leadership in healthcare organizations.
For whom is this toolkit designed?
This resource is designed for individuals who seek a better understanding of the scope, methods and tools needed to implement Lean processes in a healthcare setting. Users may include:
- Individuals or teams with little to moderate experience and exposure to Lean concepts
- Healthcare professionals who are looking to increase their understanding of Lean concepts
- Front-line clinical and professional staff members
- Directors and managers
- Senior leaders and administrators
- Education professionals who are interested in teaching Lean concepts