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Barry-Wehmiller's vision for leadership, the Guiding Principles of Leadership, demonstrates that we are committed to our employees' personal growth and opens opportunities for all to lead.

Barry-Wehmiller’s own Lean leadership transformation builds on more than 20 years of exploring the impact that inspirational leadership can make on people’s ability to discover and develop their gifts in a fulfilling way.

To describe this unique, people-centric approach to Lean, we created the Living Legacy of Leadership, or L3 vision. The L3 vision is the result of the convergence of our Guiding Principles and our Lean journey. The two ideas were brought together to create a strategy that is critical to a business model that secures a challenging, rewarding and sustainable future for our associates.

By Living Legacy of Leadership we mean a more inspirational model of Lean. Our journey has taught us that successful Lean implementation and sustainability requires both the science of change management and the art of human interaction to achieve a lasting impact. We hope to serve as a proving ground for the convergence of Lean practices with “people-centered” leadership to create a more inspirational model of Lean based on engagement and responsible freedom.

Engagement

It has become our belief that Lean tools can only rise above the limitations of traditional manufacturing methods when accompanied by the passionate engagement of people at every level of the organization. Embracing a culture of Lean leadership involves the way we communicate, celebrate and empower our associates just as much as how we define standardized work and facilitate value stream mapping.

Responsible Freedom

Our vision is founded on the belief that people are the experts and that it is our leadership responsibility to encourage, empower and equip them to make the changes that positively impact their work environments. Through an attitude of responsible freedom everyone can take action and improve the entire process, thus overcoming the limits of traditional management methods that too often restrict individual ability and action.