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LMJ DEC JAN 2014-15

December 2014-January 2015

In this issue:

 

GREENS, SHOOTS AND STAYS

This issue looks at the beginnings of lean’s adoption of sustainable and green-friendly policies.

LMJ NOVEMBER 2014 COVER HR

November 2014

A LEAN, MEAN GIVING MACHINE

 

Exploring the role of lean in the voluntary and charitable sectors and how it’s helping non-profits through troubled financial times

Organisations and interviews in this issue include: Guide Dogs, NCVO, Chest and Heart Stroke Scotland, St.

LMJ OCTOBER 2014

October 2014

YOU’VE ALWAYS GOT A FRIEND IN LEAN

Exploring how to be a good (lean) boss and the importance of employees in a lean enterprise

 

Organisations in this issue include: Nationwide Building Society, Hitachi Consulting, BMA Consulting, HP Tronic, Richard Schonberger, Chris Rowe, John Bicheno and Friedemann Lutz.

LMJ SEPTEMBER 2014 COVER HR

September 2014

TWO LEAN PENNIES TO RUB TOGETHER

Analysing lean’s place in the world of finance

Organisations included in this article:

Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Industry Forum, BMA Consultants, John Bicheno, Jean Cunningham, Ian Machan, Bill Bellows and Bob Emiliani.

LMJ AUGUST 2014

August 2014

IN THIS ISSUE

Leanology 101

We explore whether lean would benefit from taking on a scientific approach

Principles and purpose

Science of lean: Jeffery Liker, professor at the University of Michigan and Mike Rother, leadership speaker, explore whether treating lean as a practical science could see results improve.

LMJ JULY 2014

July 2014

In this issue:

Thrive and Survive

  • Examining the challenges of sustaining lean when a business grows.
LMJMAYJUNE

May/June 2014

Reflecting on the application of lean in the public sector.
  • Putting the ‘service’ in public service - written by Zoe Radnor

PRINCIPLES & PURPOSE

  • The leaning library -With budget cuts and increased customer expectations, several areas of the public sector are deploying lean.
LMJ MARCH 2014 COVER

March 2014

Uncovering the challenges and successes of applying and sustaining lean
  • Sustaining the legacy of lean - written by Paul Hardiman

 

PRINCIPLES & PURPOSE

  • The folly of sustaining the gains of lean – “If you don’t move forward – you begin to move backward” – Jeff Liker highlights the importance of “relate, repeat and reframe” in maintaining a lean culture within any organisation.