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  • Live report from UK Lean Summit 2014

    Dan Jones – Beyond Legacy Assets and Mind-sets Here we are at the LEA Summit 2014, with 200 Lean practitioners keen to discuss, think and learn. The gathering provides a useful space to step outside of day to-day tactical concerns and consider more strategic questions about Lean.

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  • Lead with Respect - NOW IN STOCK

    Michael Balle and Freddy Balle

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    Developing people through a rigorous application of proven tools and methods

  • What Lean Really is

    I was asked by a Professor the other day to summarise what lean really is all about for his academic colleagues, this is what I came up with. Does this match with your experience of Lean? I am curious to hear your reactions and comments.

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  • Working With Us

    Our Action Research starts by defining the business problem (a gap in performance terms) that the organisation wants to close When we undertake to help an organisation, we are firstly attempting to do the following: Create flow of value through systematic PDCA by all team members (Purpose)

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  • Learning by Doing Gemba Walks

    Whilst all Lean Thinkers love to go to the gemba some work places are more enjoyable and more interesting than others. For several years I've been helping the Halfway group in its companies which include Toyota dealers and a rental company in South Africa and Botswana.

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    UK Lean Summit 2014 Lean Transformations Practical Next Steps 14

    Back to Basics: Problem Solving at Toyota

    As Lean practitioners, we all know how to problem solve - don’t we? This is surely basic Lean stuff? Well, the answer may be that we think we do.

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    Design a system for leadership capability

    As Lean Leaders, we often question whether we have an environment which encourages leadership capability and behaviours to engage and develop people. Peter Watkins and the team at GKN have been asking themselves just this question. And the honest answer they came up with was, no.

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    UK Lean Summit 2014 Daniel T Jones Beyond Legacy Assest And Mind Sets

    Live report from UK Lean Summit 2014

    Dan Jones – Beyond Legacy Assets and Mind-sets Here we are at the LEA Summit 2014, with 200 Lean practitioners keen to discuss, think and learn. The gathering provides a useful space to step outside of day to-day tactical concerns and consider more strategic questions about Lean.

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    Putting the Customer First : The Saskatchewan Experiment

    Dan Florizone, the Deputy Minister of Education for the Canadian Province of Saskatchewan, talked about his experience of implementing Lean across the Health Ministry.

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    8 Key Learning Sessions

    UK Lean Summit 2014 - Lean Transformation: Practical Next Steps

    We are very excited about our Lean Summit that takes place next week. For those that haven’t yet booked there are still a few places left to join 200 other Lean Thinkers. To see what you may miss out on and why you should participate here is a brief outline of the event.

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    Who is Attending the 2014 UK Lean Summit?

    With just three weeks until this year’s Lean Summit I’ve been looking through the 2014 delegate list to see who is attending. It looks like we will have a great international event. So far we have participants from 23 countries

    Two Inspiring Examples

    Lean is about helping organisations and individuals to learn to do things they could not previously do in order to meet the business challenges they face. The more problems they learn to solve the better they get at problem solving. This in turn triggers a virtuous circle of never ending improvement


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