Friday evening, Philippe was in his office checking his emails. There was one from Gaston. It contained one question.
“Have you filled in the weekly questionnaire?”
He hadn't of course. There hadn't been time. He opened the attachment which Gaston had thoughtfully sent along with the email:
What value added have you provided to your organization?
Which new ideas have you and your team generated?
Who have you spoken to in a meaningful way, even if you disagreed with each other?
Who have your observed in your organization who has been outstanding?
Why do you think that person has been outstanding?
What has your shop floor team been doing?
Which information has been passed to you and from distributed by you?
What actual value has this information been to the recipients and to yourself?
How much was this week's “wasted cost factor?”
How does this compare to the “non-waste cost factor?”
What have you learnt his week?
How will you apply these lessons learnt next week?
How happy are you this week?
Can you go home this evening, feeling positive about your contribution?
Philippe shut the computer down and left the office.
“Stupid questions”, he thought.
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