The Role of the Lean Management in Promoting the Creativity of Jawwal from the Point of View of Its Employees

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The aim of the study was to identify the lean management and its impact on the achievement of creativity among the employees of Jawwal, and to indicate the availability of flexible management tools (organization of the work site, continuous improvement, standard work, multi-function workers, Six Sigma), and to determine their ability to achieve creativity in its different dimensions (problem solving and decision making, changeability, accept risk, encourage creativity). The researchers used the analytical descriptive method. The study was applied to the Jawwal Company in Gaza Governorate - the North Branch (85 employees). The questionnaire was used as a tool for study, and the comprehensive inventory method was used. (75) Questionnaires were recovered with a recovery rate of (96%). The study concluded with a number of results, the most important of which is the impact of the flexible management tools and the achievement of the elements of creativity through: (standard work, multi-function workers, and six sigma). There are also no statistical differences between the opinions of the sample of the study due to the graceful management and creativity in Jawwal Company in terms of (Gender, qualification and years of service). The researchers recommend a number of recommendations, the most important of which are: Increase interest and expansion in the use of lean management tools because they have a clear impact on the achievement of elements of creativity, focusing on tools that have the greatest impact in achieving the elements of creativity (continuous improvement, standard work, Six Sigma).
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