Andrew Hemmings, of Tier Link Limited brings us the second part of his ideas on the most effective way to undertake a lean supply chain.
Kevin Duggan, of Duggan Associates, explores how lean has transformed over the years and spawned its shoot-offs.
Rhian Hamer, associate fellow, and senior lecturer Owen Jones from Buckingham University, return to LMJ for the follow up to the article feature in April 2014, presented at the 5th LMJAC.
Thomas Bertels, managing partner of Valeocon Management Consulting, and Rizwan Khan, vice president of continuous improvement at Lincoln Financial Group, write about those niggling errors all businesses make that can seriously harm the bottom line and lead a successful lean implementation to fail.
Balasaheb Bhau Albhar, is the head of quality and EHS MBB at Umicore Autocat India Pvt.
Bill Bellows presents his new column, Out of the blue which highlights concepts associated with an integration of ideas from W.
Bruce Hagenau, president of fabricators Metcam, discusses how the Georgia, USA firm reaped big rewards with kaizen.
LMJ’s editor Andrew Putwain heads out to National Instrument’s manufacturing facility in Hungary to see how the firm has taken lean to a scientific level of precision.
Consultant Jean Cunningham explores the benefits of applying lean principles to a company’s finance.