En avant de Lean Green Day, nous partageons un petit lexique Lean and Green. Nous augmenterons notre vocabulaire plus après Lean Green Day alors que nous poursuivons l’exploration de l’intersection entre les […]
It’s exciting to hear from Lean companies around the world on their efforts and innovations to be more green! This insightful article comes from the Lean Enterprise Institute in Poland (LEI Poland) […]
Earlier this year, I had the privilege to visit and write about Tokheim Italia in Milan on how they are transforming themselves into a Lean and Green company, one 5S project at […]
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By Sasha Neser If you were to think of ‘lean’ as a pair of glasses you wear to view the potential to increase value and engage the people in your organisation, then ‘green’ […]
A factual understanding of what customers value is essential for a company’s survival. In the book, Lean Thinking by Daniel T. Jones and James P. Womack, the first principle of Lean is to have a deep comprehension what customers value. The earth is our ultimate customer and we must incorporate the thing it values most, nourishment, into our business models and value streams.
Dr. James Morgan is a Senior Advisor at the Lean Enterprise Institute and was formerly Director of Global Body Exterior, Safety, and SBU Engineering at Ford Motor Company during the product led revitalization […]