Work structure research

Work structure research

With our work structure research we will first of all make it measurable and visible for you and your team how the team works. The research is by no means an assessment of the working methods of the individual or the team, but offers insight into how daily work structures, work succession and work coordination work. With the results of the survey, your employees can and will themselves conclude that the daily recurring tasks can be carried out differently and more easily. The members of the team together identify the opportunities for improvement and formulate concrete agreements. The ultimate goal is:

  • optimization of work structures
  • increasing the self-management of employees and team
  • increase in employee satisfaction
  • better spread of work over the working day
  • working time gain
  • more time for the patient

With our "Tool Work Structure" we take the following steps:

Step 1: your employees all register their own activities and name the load, both in terms of time required and also the physical and / or mental load. This only takes about 8-10 minutes per person for one working day. All these registrations are collected, totalized and visualized. Both per employee (anonymously) and also for the team as a whole.

The visualized registrations are evaluated with your employees / team, and together they work together in a 2-hour session on improvement agreements with regard to structures and target times of the work.

Step 2: the new agreements and adjustments in the work structures are reduced to a total overview and arranged in a new Lean Lane. Your team is instructed and the PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act) cycle can start. We can provide improvement boards to support the agreements made with the team.

For one department, this research requires 2 days from our consultant.

This tool is currently also being automated into a stand-alone program and will be available in the fall of 2019.

Interested? Contact us via the contact form or make a telephone appointment.