The focus of a change initiative should be tailored to the strengths and weaknesses of the organization, targeted to achieve its strategic objectives. These organizational objectives, as well as the organization's strengths and weaknesses, are likely to be different from your competitors, so broad industry-wide recommendations are inherently flawed. Furthermore, improvement projects, designed to target specific strategic objectives, will focus on processes which are necessarily unique to your business operations, and often vary sufficiently even across your own facilities.
Fortunately, the tools and techniques applied to achieve specific goals span many (or even all) industries. Organizational systems are designed to select and sponsor targeted projects to attain your strategic objectives, and provide measurement and feedback of your progress towards these objectives.