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Why Chita Is Better Faster Cheaper
April 4, 2016
Why is CHITA better, faster & cheaper than conventional approaches to continuous improvement?

Four things are needed to improve processes:
1. Information about the processes.
2. Process improvement Tools.
3. Resources like time & money.
4. Effort by people to implement.

Information is applied to the tools to decide what actions are needed to improve the processes. Resources and effort are then required to implement the chosen actions.

Better, Faster Decisions at a Low Cost:
Under the conventional approach to process improvement, management controls the process improvement tools, and expends a substantial amount of cost and effort to collect the process data needed to improve the processes. The quality of the information is questionable, often leading to poor decisions that have a high cost.

With CHITA, the operators already have the knowledge needed to improve the processes. Operators are trained how to use process improvement tools via the ‘CHITA Operator Workbook.’

Process information is easily acquired and more accurate. Resulting in high-quality decisions that have a low cost.

Faster & Easier Implementation:
Conventional management relies on coercion to motivate the operators to implement changes to the processes, leading to operator resistance. Implementation is slow and difficult to keep on track.

With CHITA, operators are highly motivated and push for implementation of process improvements. Implementation is faster and outcomes are much closer to the targeted expectations.

Foolproof, Low Cost & Less Time:
Only 2 hours of free online training is required to confidently lead the CHITA transformation. You can train right now and start leading the transformation tomorrow. CHITA's step-by-step format makes it a foolproof alternative and costs only a few pizzas to execute.

Run circles around the pack:
CHITA is faster, more effective, produces predictable outcomes, and runs circles around conventional management practices.

Start the CHITA Leader Training right now, free at ChitaHPO.com.

What Happens When Yo uApply Lean to Lean?
May 2, 2016
CHITA: A Lean & Fast Alternative for Lean Leaders

CHITA is a super lean, continuous improvement program that is fast, inexpensive and easy to use. The simple CHITA program makes establishing a continuous improvement culture nearly foolproof.

CHITA is Fast
You can take the free CHITA Leader Training right now at ChitaHPO.com, start using CHITA tomorrow and see your processes improve the following day.

After completing the 28 week CHITA Transformation, an organization will have a continuous improvement culture with the skills foundation and resources needed to step up to conventional lean six sigma.

CHITA is Inexpensive
CHITA costs just a few pizzas to implement.

A Fresh Lean Tool
I believe lean leaders would benefit by adding CHITA to their toolboxes as a fast, low cost alternative for continuous improvement transformations.

What users are saying about CHITA:

Start Now!
It only takes 2 hours of free online training to become a CHITA leader. Start right now, free at ChitaHPO.com.

Empower Value Adding Operators With CHITA
April 11, 2016
Empower & Liberate our Value-Adding Operators!

Give operators a bigger share of a bigger pie with CHITA
CHITA empowers value-adding operators and their supervisors with wealth creation tools.

In just 2 hours they can become practical experts at improving the processes that they drive daily, by watching the CHITA Leader Training video, free at ChitaHPO.com.

With CHITA, management still controls company resources but many improvements can be done on operator initiative without additional resources. The improvements should impact management KPIs.

How will management respond to real, bottom line improvement that arose without their intervention?

Reduce Management Power & Waste
CHITA reveals to operators what actions will improve the value-adding processes and which actions will harm productivity.

Management driven initiatives are exposed as either productive or harmful. Destructive management dictates are uncovered when the mystery that management hides within is blown away.

Get empowered right now, free at ChitaHPO.com. Tell others about it tomorrow.

Sidestep Management Creep With CHITA Continuous Improvement
March 28, 2016
Sidestep Management Creep to Promote Lean Transformation.

CHITA creates a continuous improvement culture in the time it takes other lean initiatives to get past management buy-in.
CHITA directly empowers the process operators. No management buy-in is needed to start CHITA.

Operators and their supervisors can take the online CHITA Leader Training, free at ChitaHPO.com. In just 2 hours they can become practical experts at improving the processes they drive daily. They can start improving their processes the next day, without management buy-in.

CHITA produces results first, buy-in can happen later.
When management sees the improvement in KPI's, and learns that there is little up-front investment to execute CHITA, they will more likely buy-in and accelerate the transformation to a continuous improvement culture.

Get empowered right now, free at ChitaHPO.com.

Cut Management Costs in Half With CHITA Continuous Improvement
March 8, 2016
Cut Management Overhead Costs in Half and Improve Organizational Effectiveness.

As a controller with 30+ years experience, I've tracked in detail the financial costs of management overhead for many organizations. Management cost is typically one of the largest overhead types of an operation. I've also paid close attention to the relationships between management costs, management activities and the resulting profit performance.

Management Waste
A significant amount of management activities have a high cost but do not contribute to profits. The activities often hurt productivity and require defensive activities/costs to compensate for the poor decisions made earlier. In the subset of my experience, at least 50% of the management activity costs did not add to profits and could be considered as waste.

Lean Decisions & Implementations
From a lean perspective, the way to improve organizational profits is to improve the value-adding processes in at least 2 steps: First decisions are made concerning how to improve the processes, then the decisions are implemented and profits either increase or decrease due to the decisions/implementations.

Better & Faster Decisions Using CHITA
Under the conventional approach, management spends a lot of effort and money to monitor, track, study and document processes, as an attempt to understand the processes in order to make decisions for improving the processes. Any gaps in understanding are typically filled by intuition driven assumptions. The assumptions will likely be inaccurate or completely wrong, leading to poor quality decisions that have a high cost.

With CHITA, the experienced process operators already have most of the working knowledge needed to improve the processes. The operators are empowered with process improvement tools to exploit their working knowledge and make sound decisions for improving the processes. Delivering high-quality decisions that have a low cost.

Faster & Better Implementation
Conventional leadership relies on coercion to motivate the operators to implement the decisions dictated by management. Implementation is slow and a struggle to keep on track, with a high chance of failure.

With CHITA, operators are highly motivated and push for implementation of process improvements. Implementation is faster and outcomes are much closer to the targeted expectations.

Conclusion: Transfer Power to Increase ROI
Operational decisions are best driven by knowledge and tools, not authority. Transferring some of the decision making power from management to the value-adding operators can reduce management overhead costs while improving the operation's ability to add value and create profits.

Empower your operators with CHITA
CHITA's step by step format makes it easy for anyone in a leadership position to empower the operators and successfully lead a continuous improvement culture transformation.

CHITA is fast and your processes can start improving within the first week of starting the program. It costs only a few pizzas to implement.

Free Online Training
Only 2 hours of online training is needed to confidently lead the CHITA transformation. The CHITA Leader Training is free and can be found at ChitaHPO.com.

Complete the CHITA Leader Training today and start improving your operations tomorrow. What are you waiting for?


What happens when you apply lean to lean?
March 21, 2016
CHITA happens!

CHITA is Fast!
Get trained right now, start improving your operations tomorrow. Transform your operation into a high-performance, continuous improvement culture in 28 weeks.

Simple!
Only 2 hours of free online training is needed to confidently lead the CHITA Transformation.

Inexpensive!
Costs just a few pizzas to execute. A 10,000% ROI is viable.

Get started right now, free at ChitaHPO.com.
When does 2 = 1000?
March 15, 2016
Conventional business education is archaic and too expensive.

There are countless people that have earned MBA's or other business leadership degrees, yet leaders that confidently improve an organization are uncommon. The CHITA program counters this problem.

CHITA takes 1,000 hours of conventional business education, filters it through 30 years of experience, and organizes it into a powerful, 2 hour online course. After completing the simple course, anyone in a leadership position can confidently improve an organization's profits and cash flow.

Take the CHITA Leader Training right now, free at ChitaHPO.com.
Is a 10000% ROI possible
March 1, 2016
Is a 10,000% ROI possible?

The CHITA continuous improvement program is so simple it's foolproof. It rapidly delivers increased profits and cash flow. Since it costs almost nothing to implement, a 10,000% ROI can reasonably be achieved.

Take the free CHITA Leader Training today and start making more money tomorrow.

Get started right now, free at ChitaHPO.com.
If you are not making mistakes you are not trying hard enough.
February 15, 2016
Are you making mistakes?

"Anytime you undertake a new challenge, you will likely make mistakes. Our mistakes can spawn some of our most valuable insights and opportunities if we are humble enough to learn from them and flexible enough to change direction."

When venturing into new opportunities you will likely encounter unexpected hazards and opportunities. It's important to keep your eyes open for these unforeseen hazards and opportunities. The newly discovered opportunities often have much greater value then the original opportunity being pursued.

Unfortunately, the way the political game is played at the top of our organizations, public and private, leaders are discouraged from acknowledging their mistakes. To protect their positions they must act as if bad decisions are good decisions and push on in the same direction, often leading to disastrous outcomes.


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