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
How to improve patient care while saving everyone's time and hospitals' resources
Back in January 2015 I wrote a short article about my favourite Lean books. In the style of “Desert Island Discs”, the radio programme broadcast on BBC Radio 4, I selected the Lean books I’d take to be cast away on a desert island.
The theme for our UK Lean Summit 2016 is Lean Learning, Learning Lean. Learning is fundamental to a successful Lean transformation. It should be both embedded into any Lean implementation (process) and be part of the outcomes (results.)
I always thought Lean would come of age when teams in more modest organisations without the resources for heavy consulting support were able to get going with lean and create the necessary momentum for it to grow organically.
UK Lean Summit 2015 - Lean Transformation: Developing Capability to Improve the Work - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
The theme for our 2015 Lean Summit is Lean Transformation – Developing the Capability to Improve the Work. This year we build upon the topic of Lean Transformation and have structured the event around the two key elements of our Lean Transformation Framework.
Join globally recognized experts, including John Toussaint from the ThedaCare Center for Healthcare Value, Michael Ballé from the Lean Institute France, James Hereford from Stanford Health Care, Patrick De Coster from CHU Dinant Godinne, Sylvain Landry from HEC Montreal and more