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Technology is not the enemy

LMJ caught up with lean expert Mark Graban for his opinion on the role of technology within lean.

The struggle against inefficiency

Managing director of Cressall Resistors, Cy Wilkinson, shares his thoughts on how to keep production relative to increased sales, as well as, his advice on
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Lean and information technology: finding the right balance

Information technology can offer valuable capabilities to lean strategies, it can automate activities, hone precision, eliminate errors, help to share knowledge and influence key decision

High tech; lean tech

Senior consultant at Edinburgh Napier University, Steve Yorkstone, compares the duplicitous appeal of technology and how drives towards new software and technologies can limit improvement

The scaling dilemma

Writer, lecturer and lean software development expert, Mary Poppendieck emphasises the imperative of creating meaningful goals and enabling a workforce with the autonomy to achieve

Can we transform IT through lean management?

Chief technologist for Hewlett-Packard, Christian Verstraete, discusses how the amalgamation of varying technology is changing business interactions on every level and how lean can improve
Jacob Austad

Technology: friend or foe?

Personally, I have been looking forward to the April edition of the Lean Management Journal. The theme of technology within lean brings on a series

Annual Lean Healthcare Conference and Awards 2014

LMJ editorial director, Jon Tudor, provides insight and overview following his attendance at the Annual Lean Healthcare Conference and Awards on 6 February in Leeds.

John Bicheno on The New Industrial Revolution

John Bicheno, LMJ editorial board member and course director at the University of Buckingham, shares his thoughts after reading Peter Marsh’s 2013 book The New Industrial
Bill Bellows

Bill Bellows on Profit Beyond Measure

H. Thomas Johnson lies at the forefront of a worldwide community of business thinkers who are unveiling the limitations, as well as assumptions, of the