Rob Hafey, international business consultant and author Lean Safety, discusses the importance of safety in the workplace and how lean safety gemba walks transforms professional well-being from a compliance issue to something that continues to benefit employees and business.
Managing director of Mestec and lean expert, Jeremy Harford, shares a case study exemplifying Belfast-based defence contractor Thales Air defence and its journey to making considerable savings and sustaining a cost-cutting culture.
Lean consultant and author Mike Denison, discusses the need for a systematic and applied learning approach to achieve a successful lean intervention.
Matthew Smith, head of the Lean Centre of Excellence at AIG and Matthew Michael, academy manager at AIG, share the insights and experiences of launching and scaling a lean programme across multiple geographies around the world.
Person and company – new challenges and opportunities
Joseph Ricciardelli, founding partner at Tecla Consulting, and Oleg Chistyakov, TPM Director at Baltika Breweries bring the latest instalment of the lean diary and give some tips on how to ensure a team is untied and working towards a common goal.
LMJ editor Victoria Fitzgerald caught up with Steve Wightman, business development director of Caledonian Modular, at its Newark site to discuss why the firm’s offsite construction system is a sparkling example of waste elimination and value added.
LMJ editorial board member Joseph Paris examines the challenges and mistakes when maintaining lean when business booms.
Director of Evoke People Development, Joe Bell, emphasises the importance of developing people when an organisation grows and how his programme that employed the principles of lean was the most successful of his professional career.
Within Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council we have used lean as our improvement methodology since 2006 and it’s now the foundation for our transformational change programme.