Key Manager Responsibilities: Continuous Improvement Leadership Team Checkpoints
Key Manager Responsibilities
This article is part of our Key Manager Responsibilities guide. We have broken the responsibilities down into shorter articles.
- Debrief on Team Retrospective Results
- Review assessment results and analyze data
- Review organizational growth items
- Participate as a Member of the Continuous Improvement Leadership Team
- Continuous Improvement Planning
- Attend the Continuous Improvement Strategy Session
- Analyze multi-team data and look for patterns and trends
- Create a plan for removing organizational impediments
- Conduct Leadership Checkpoints
- Demonstrate Progress on Removing Organizational Impediments
As a Continuous Improvement Leadership Team, you will use Agile to guide your ceremonies / meetings and set a cadence for how frequently you want to meet as a team to collaborate on your action plan. Facilitation of these meetings can be shared or rotated, if desired.
Quarterly Planning: Every quarter you will meet as a Continuous Improvement Strategy Session to review the latest assessment results and organizational growth items raised by the teams. You will create an action plan for the upcoming quarter/PI in your Continuous Improvement Strategy Session.
Weekly Stand-ups: Meet regularly as a Continuous Improvement Leadership Team to quickly collaborate and plan so that you continue to make progress and have visibility to what the members of your team are working on and any impediments.
Monthly Reviews: Come together monthly as a Continuous Improvement Leadership Team to review your progress and adjust your plan if needed.
Quarterly Demos: Demonstrate to the teams what you have accomplished and receive their feedback and ideas for what to work on next. Learn more about the demo of your progress as a Continuous Improvement Leadership Team.