Developing people through a rigorous application of proven tools and methods
17th - 19th November
Lean Transformation: Practical Next Steps - As part of our mission to help organisations with their Lean journeys we are holding the annual UK Lean Summit at Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth. •Earlybird discount of 10% for the first 75 delegates •20% discount when registering 5 or more delegates
How Thedacare teams developed their management system.
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)
In 1998 Dan Jones asked a couple of his researchers to understand if and how lean can be applied to auto retail. Since then we have worked with car dealers on a variety of projects and now have a number of great cases that showcase the benefits of lean outside traditional auto manufacturing.
The theme for the 2014 Lean Summit is Practical Next Steps. The purposes of our annual Summit are: •To raise consciousness of the latest developments in Lean Thinking •To provide insight into practical ways to get started, deepen or enhance your lean journey
The Lean Edge: Kaizen events: good thing or bad thing? In what cases do kaizen events help and when do they hinder? How to best use kaizen events to leverage results and support the lean culture? Daniel Jones comments on the latest Lean Edge question
The theme for our 2013 Lean Summit was Lean Transformation – Frontiers and Fundamentals. The idea behind the theme was to discuss the frontiers of lean implementation and fundamental lean practice.
In the run up to our Sharing Day on April 3rd I’ve been reading through the abstracts we have received from people wanting to share their stories and bring their questions. One reflection is that if you don’t try to change something then you don’t learn.