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Write a 175- to 265-word response to the following: What preparations do you need to make to complete a Gemba Walk in your organization? What obstacles are you encountering in your preparations and what are you doing to overcome them? It was quite interesting for me this debate theme for weeks. I've had to do a little more research on a Gemba Walk before. During my research, I found out that the Gemba walk was something that I recently talked to my colleagues, but we didn't know it was right, and it had a name. "A Gemba walk takes the time to learn and understand the performance of the employees," says Gesinger (2016). I believe that this concept is an excellent idea because it shows you how things work and how the employees work in the department. It would give management and other stakeholders a better understanding of the things to be done within the department and why. I believe you have to fix a timetable to prepare you for a Gemba walk throughout the organization so that no area is left short,
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Unformatted text preview: and you still have to retain your duties. It would be good to take notes. For future reference, I take notes of every new thing I come across. Another thing would be to identify and be open to seeing the true purpose. Barriers must emerge in every case, and the best way to deal with them is to look at the problem and find the best solution. I should conduct a Gemba Walk with my current management. This will give you more insight into what we do every day and encourage you to be more open to our ideas as possible. If you do what you want, you can certainly bring some change. I say this simply because my supervisor has never worked outside the primary location, and the sites outside the main hospital are very different and don't have all the resources. Gesinger, S. (2016). Experiential learning: Using gemba walks to connect with employees. Professional Safety, 61 (2), 33-36. Retrieved from 1765137209?accountid=35812...
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