Penelope Blackwell is director of fundraising for Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland.
In the second of his series on the incorporation of lean into the professional world, Max Cardew, business productivity manager at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia explores which is better: operational risk or lean?
Michael Grogan is a chemical engineer by trade who has worked in the UK, he is also a LSS black belt.
Guide Dogs is one of the most famous and noted charities in the UK, here its director of mobility services, Steve Vaid discusses with LMJ the pitfalls and positives of incorporating lean into its organisational practices.
Finlay Miller, a lean consultant at the University of St Andrews, presents a light-hearted and personal look at the word of lean in cyberspace.
Nigel Kippax, is head of consulting and training at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), which is the largest umbrella group for voluntary and community sector groups in England.
An educational endeavour for staff training purposes provided an interesting surprise for a Lincolnshire recycling firm, when they were able to make hefty savings and create a long lasting culture of continuous improvement.
LMJ board member Bill Bellows, presents this month’s Lessons from Deming which focuses on variation and how to discern where the quality may lie with this raft of choices on offer.
Friedemann Lutz, director with Valeocon Management Consulting, teaches us how to unlock the most valuable resource your company has in terms creating a culture of continuous improvement.