Lean Enterprise Academy
27th - 29th March 2017
The Lean Enterprise Academy and Lean Enterprise Institute are collaborating to bring you a wide selection of Lean Public Workshops over the course of 3 days on Monday 27th, Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th March 2017 in Manchester, UK
Using Lean to Create Competitive Advantage, Unleash Innovation, and Deliver Sustainable Growth
How to Implement Lean, Create Value and Grow Your People
As a Lean Thinker I’m always on the lookout for ways to help others improve (and improve myself at the same time!) Traditionally there have been lots of books and articles to wade through and more recently YouTube talks, podcasts and webinars to look at.
“People must be engaged in understanding and improving the process that creates the value desired by the customer if organisation and customer purposes are to be achieved” Jim Womack
The Lean Enterprise Academy (L.E.A), UK are collaborating with the Lean Enterprise Institute (L.E.I), USA to bring Manchester a series of 8 workshops between 27-29 March 2016. Over 3 Days we are offering workshops that provide the foundations to implement a successful Lean transformation, with cru
“Whenever there is a product or service for a customer, there is a value stream. The challenge lies in seeing it” These are the opening words in the publication ‘Learning to See’ where Mike Rother and John Shook take us step-by-step through the process of Value Stream Mapping and identifying waste
Whether you are seeking to address repetitive performance problems, reduce process variability, streamline your core business processes to improve customer and business performance, embark on an organisation wide step change with a Lean Transformation or develop your organisations improvement
20 years ago Lean Thinking was published. Join the authors, Jim Womack and Daniel Jones, at our UK Lean Summit 2016 on Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th November, as they reflect back and look forward to the next challenges for Lean and it's implementation.
No doubt you have walked many a process, department or organisation and seen the vast improvement opportunity that Lean thinking could make if only the non-value added activity was removed and the customer value increased.