Transformation

Lean Consulting

12th May 2008 - Daniel T Jones

Some time ago I worked alongside a team of super sleuths from a large  consulting firm who were very skilfully looking for opportunities to cut costs – unnecessary activities and surplus heads...

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Making Healthcare Lean

4th April 2007 - Daniel T Jones

A conference like no other you have attended. For the first time those involved in taking lean into healthcare across the world are coming together to brainstorm what a lean future for healthcare...

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Crossing the Lean Threshold

12th March 2007 - Daniel T Jones

Lean transformations are increasingly bumping up against a common threshold. We may be very familiar with most of the lean tools. We may also have learnt to see our value streams and how to redesign...

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Developing Problem Solvers

1st March 2006 - Daniel T Jones

We traditionally see an organisation as a collection of departments or activities, each managed separately and each separated from the rest by inventories or time buffers between them. Performance is...

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Frontiers of Lean

14th July 2005 - Daniel T Jones

It is eighteen years since the first western firm, Danaher in the USA, began its lean journey guided by disciples of Taiichi Ohno, the architect of lean at Toyota. Ten yeas ago Jim and I brought this...

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