Value Streams

Practical Value Stream Mapping At GE Service Centre

Practical Value Stream Mapping Workshop At GE Service Centre

“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

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UK Lean Summit 2016 Learning Lean Lean Learning Presummit Masterclasses Monday 14Th November 2016

UK Lean Summit 2016 - PRE-SUMMIT MASTERCLASSES - Monday 14th November 2016

The UK Lean Summit 2016 is set to be one of our best events yet! We've developed the theme of Learning Lean, Lean Learning and this year will bring you 3 Pre-Summit Masterclasses that devlop your understanding of learning in different areas. Places on each Masterclass are limited

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Are You Being Served Learning To See Lean Right In Front Of You 365 Cafe

Are you being served? Learning to See Lean right in front of you

Lean Thinkers love to observe work – work that often goes un-noticed by everyone else! I’ve recently returned from our annual summer vacation. Inspired by the implementation of Lean at the 365 café, a chain of 55 bakeries and coffee shops in Barcelona

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Current State Value Stream 4 Image From Creating Lean Dealers

Value Stream Mapping in a Lean Transformation

We spend a lot of time visiting organisations and looking at work at the workplace. We’ve visited two workplaces recently that led us to conduct some reflection around how well organisations know and do the basics in a Lean transformation.

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Lean Transformation Framework Picture By The Lean Enterprise Academy

UK Lean Summit 2015 - Lean Transformation: Developing the Capability to Improve the Work

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 structuring the event around two key elements of our Lean Transformation Framework:

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Starting up, Growing up and Starting over - What the Lean startup and traditional Lean communities can learn from each other

In recent years the concepts described by Daniel T Jones and Jim Womack in Lean Thinking have been adapted and translated into a host of environments. The Lean Startup movement introduced a new wave of people to Lean

Lean in Sales - Can Lean be applied to Sales?

Many attempts to implement Lean start by improving processes - mapping value streams in order to highlight waste and attempting to remove it. That's all well and good but there are limitations to such an approach.


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