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Operationalizing Obligations: A Guide to Policy Deployment using Hoshin Kanri

Ensuring that organizational obligations and policies are effectively deployed and upheld is a critical task. This is where Hoshin Kanri, a Lean practice, comes into play.


Hoshin Kanri offers a structured approach to operationalize obligations across organizations, providing a roadmap to align objectives, ensure accountability, and drive continuous improvement.


In this blog post, we will delve into the framework of policy deployment using Hoshin Kanri, shedding light on its key components and how it helps organizations steer towards better outcomes.


The Framework: Policy Deployment using Hoshin Kanri


Alignment, Accountability, and Assurance Framework
Integrative Framework to Operationalize Obligations

At its core, policy deployment using Hoshin Kanri is about translating high-level organizational goals and policies into actionable plans that permeate throughout the organization. This framework can be summarized as follows:

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