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.
An Interview with Dr. Jeffrey Liker about how Toyota utilizes hoshin kanri to tackle climate change. Interviewed by Kelly Singer, Managing Editor of the Lean Green Institute. Recognized as the world’s leading […]
By Catherine Chabiron, Lean Sensei and Board Member of Institut Lean France A book editor, PUF, recently announced in Paris that they were now able to print books within the store, upon request: […]
by Jean-Claude Bihr, CEO of Alliance MIM A luxury product has historically been enrobed in mystery and glamour. Consumers didn’t dare ask how exactly it came to be, for fear it would […]
By Michael Ballé We all agree that we need to start improving our environmental performance – but where to start? Every little thing we can think of seems to be ridiculously small […]
By Cyril Dané The Paris United Nations Climate Conference, COP21, represents a historic opportunity to put the world on course to meet the climate change challenge. As a manufacturer with a personal interested […]