Lean Manufacturing Intervention
As lean manufacturing consultants we have a proven approach to lean manufacturing intervention that is completely tailored to the organisation we work with. The result of this is a sustainable intervention that remains with the organisation, even when we leave. Our aim is to fully transfer our skills and knowledge around lean manufacturing principles to your workforce so it is deeply embedded into the culture and working ethos of all those in the process. The secret to sustainable continuous improvement, or lean manufacturing, is to embed the skills, enthusiasm and knowledge at all levels.
We are Lean Manufacturing consultants who also run events designed to share operational excellence across industries and sectors. They are a of mix classroom learning, experience sharing, practical simulation exercises and tours of award winning businesses who can demonstrate best practice application. To find out more about these events, visit our lean manufacturing events page.
How do we implement lean manufacturing principles throughout the entire organisation?
We do this by applying a framework called the Lean Business Model. By using this model we can identify where your organisation is in relation to lean maturity, and then set out the lean manufacturing road map accordingly.
The purpose of the blended learning approach is for delegates to accelerate the development of their lean manufacturing skills and knowledge, to inspire them to take the right steps to a well-supported change management process and sustainable continuous improvement.
Todays business challenge is to develop its purpose, people and process in order to attain true continuous improvement. Many companies feel they have implemented Lean, Six Sigma or Kaizen, but in fact they only flirted with tools. The companies involved with our lean manufacturing programme have successfully built on a clear vision, controlled process and an engaged workforce to develop structured dynamic improvement systems. They have embraced systems thinking and consider the entire enterprise – what they do, their supply chain do and most importantly what their customers want. The organisations are moving along their Lean journey and looking for the next challenge in their strive towards operational excellence.
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