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Jikku Mohan

Jikku Mohan

Product and Services Strategy Manager, Lean Enterprise Institute
jmohan@lean.org

Jikku Mohan has been responsible for strategy deployment, lean product development, business development and managing the publications division at LEI over the last 3 years.

He has also worked with LEI clients in the consumer electronics and food industry to implement Hoshin, design management systems and apply lean principles in product development.

Prior to joining LEI, Jikku was a software engineer at Oracle where he developed enterprise software applications. He holds an engineering degree in Information Technology from India and an MBA from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Jikku is interested in developing strategy, designing management systems and building products and he looks forward to engage with the lean community on these topics.

Articles by Jikku Mohan
Strategy Deployment at The Lean Enterprise Institute
Is your organization “chasing too many rabbits?” It’s a tendency too many companies have of annually setting more strategic objectives than they can possibly implement successfully. This “chase” results in delays, discouragement, and the diversion of resources from activities that should and can be accomplished. How do you deselect “rabbits” and lead your team to effectively deliver on strategy? Jikku Mohan explains. More »
Workshops Taught by Jikku Mohan
Strategy Deployment and Alignment through Hoshin This workshop will help leaders understand Policy Deployment as a process for "de-selecting" initiatives down to the ones the organization can really achieve while aligning them with company strategic objectives and deploying them down through the organizational ranks. More »
The Fundamentals of Work in a Lean Operating System (at the 2018 Transformation Summit) This immersive learning simulation is designed to demonstrate the interdependence of lean concepts in support of creating a lean operating system.  Attendees will run a production simulation model and will experience the limitations of a batch production environment. They will then participate in transforming the work to a single-piece-flow process. They will participate in doing a production run to learn the benefits of single piece flow.  The lean transformation does not end with the development of the single piece flow process. Participants will learn about the management system that is needed to sustain the operating system and enable the lean More »