Staying Lean Competition
Draw to take place on the 23rd June.
We’re giving away some copies of the award winning publication, ‘Staying Lean, Thriving not just surviving’ written by Prof. Peter Hines and Gary Griffiths et al, both of S A Partners.
About the book
The book draws on the story of a multi-national company that has successfully implemented Lean in its manufacturing and commercial areas to help turnaround the organisation’s financial performance. The story is based around the Lean Iceberg Model of sustainable change and addresses the often invisible, and hard to copy, enabling elements of successful Lean Management in manufacturing organisations: Strategy and Alignment, Leadership, Behaviour and Engagement as well as the more visible features: Process Management and the application of Lean Technology, Value Stream Tools and Techniques. Staying Lean is designed to be used as a practical workbook to guide practitioners along their own Lean journey so that Lean becomes embedded in the organisation and sustains the performance improvements over the long-term; often enabling them to outperform low-cost economies and thus compete in a global marketplace.
Staying Lean: Thriving was awarded a Shingo Prize for Operational Excellence in 2009, for the Research and Professional Publication category. The Shingo Prize for Operational Excellence is named after the Japanese industrial engineer Shigeo Shingo who distinguished himself as one of the world’s leading experts in improving manufacturing processes.
The Shingo Prize, established in 1988, recognises organisations and research that is consistent with its mission and model. Staying Lean was developed as part of the SUCCESS (Sustainably Channelled Change at Every Scale and Situation) project that was funded by the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) grant to Cardiff University Innovative Manufacturing Research centre (CUIMRC).
How to win
All you have to do to win a copy of this award winning book is fill in the form below. We will then pull the names out of the hat in 4 weeks’ time, its as simple as that.