There is an interesting change occurring. Babies born today will never drive cars like we do today. Think of that statement. It really caught my attention as I read Carol...
This brings us to the topic of “what’s old is new again”. The thousand plus year order of the Shaolin monks show how they can adopt, change, grow with the times. The article by Laura He points to the order’s determination to continue to expand and stay relevant with the times, i.e. brand management. This is a great Black Belt study case to verify the correct process to fix in order to achieve their goal, i.e. Hoshin Kanri. This goal appears to be to continue their levels of training and increase awareness of the Shaolin culture.
From the detail in the article, it appears the order will have a good chance to achieve their goals. A good take-away is that any organization can adopt and change – even one with over a thousand years of history. Never accept in your projects that processes, tasks, etc. cannot change.
Gary Kapanowski – Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt – Excelsior
The following blog is the opinion of Gary Kapanowski and Garykapanowski.com. It is the sole intent to broadcast this opinion from Gary Kapanowski and Garykapanowski.com exclusively and not to reflect on any other institutions or organizations associated with Gary Kapanowski or Garykapanowski.com.