Eliminating waste and optimising your organisation’s processes is one of the core factors in facilitating good, sustainable growth. Read more to find out how to achieve that.
Systems thinking can be used when you want to see the world in a different way, or see the world from a different perspective. Before you begin to wonder how to use systems thinking in your business having an understanding what a system is a good idea. Learn more here.
Let’s take a look at 7 key parts of Lean Thinking that no business can survive without.
Many businesses still think that becoming a Lean business is just about continuous improvement of processes by using Lean tools. Is it true or does it take more to achieve Lean?
Every business has its own unique Lean journey and along the way they need to apply Lean tools, do Lean thinking and have a Lean philosophy. How do you do that properly? Let’s find out.
Organisational Culture is an elusive concept and it’s hard to put your finger on exactly what the culture is in your business. However, understanding it is crucial for achieving Lean.
Standardised work is not going to happen if it it’s pushed down on people. The improvements comes from the people who understand the work. But how do you achieve it and make it systematic? Let’s take a look.
Lean is often labelled as a tool box to be applied religiously to improve processes. The reality is Lean is much more than that, allowing smaller businesses to benefit from it.
Lean is not all about applying lean tools. In fact it works best when its ideas get embedded into your business and becomes the way you do things. Let’s see how smaller businesses can avail of it.
Lean Thinking specifies that your customer defines value. But how do they define value? Let’s find out.
The principles of Lean Thinking are value, value streams, flow, pull, and perfection. These are signals for transforming thinking in your business. However, how do you transform them into practical steps?