In this article, Kirsi Mikkonen, the change driver at Ericsson R&D Finland, together with researchers at University of Oulu and Technical University of Madrid describes how lean thinking has been introduced in a dynamic software development organisation at Ericsson R&D Finland.
LMJ Editorial board member Joseph Paris responds to Stephen Yorkstone’s piece form the October issues about the implementation of lean in higher education.
Editorial board member Professor Nick Rich explores last month’s theme of the place of assessment tools in lean management.
LMJ Editorial Board member Bill Bellows is back with his latest instalment of his Lessons from Deming articles.
Since LMJ last caught up with Serbian design and production company, SCGM, the company has taken on some massive projects which have put their lean practices to the test.
The choice to reward employees is common practice for employers looking to motivate their staff and ensure high levels of productivity in the workplace.
Callum Bentley: Speaking from a manager’s point-of-view, what are the major challenges you face when deciding how to reward employees?
When we think of rewards and recognition, most of us think of money.