Lean thinking requires discipline and an adherence to principles and processes. We discuss the structures needed to achieve significant change via Lean.
The better we build we build our systems for communication and problem solving, the smoother our improvement processes (or any process really) will flow.
Lean tier meetings are key to improved engagement and collaboration with your workforce. We discuss the practical steps to implement them for CI success.
In order to establish a culture of learning and improvement in your organisation it is fundamental that key activities are observed each day, every day.
In this article we turn the spotlight on quality improvement and how organisations can effect impactful change by empowering frontline workers.
In this article we continue to explore what leader’s should focus on when it comes to setting the vision within a lean organisation.
Learn how to drive successful Lean projects within your organisation with a clear vision from leaders. We discuss how to define and communicate the vision.
Making the most of our workforces starts by identifying staff skills, sustaining them, and supporting the development of new capabilities.
When leading with Lean you have a responsibility to understand the benefits of the philosophy for all stakeholders involved.
Paul Dunlop discusses the ideal, two-way dynamic of effective staff development programs. Learn how to provide employees agency and achieve org objectives.