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Lean Culture – “All Good”- Or is It?

Published: July 28, 2015
he term "all good" portrays low expectations and high tolerance for things not being quite right. The listener can interpret it as ambivalent, dismissive or even defeatist. Leaders need to role model excellence and we have a social and professional responsibility to help people understand that improvement is a pathway to a better society. ... Read more

Seven Reasons NOT to Fire your Factory Manager

Published: May 20, 2015
The role of Factory Manager (or Operations Manager, Plant Manager, General Manager – title is not important) is one of the most challenging in business. In most cases firing the Factory Manager is does not improve manufacturing performance and often makes it worse. So before you “push the button” on firing your Factory Manager, read our “Seven Reasons NOT to Fire your Factory Manager”: ... Read more

The Key to Sustaining your Lean Culture

Published: February 8, 2015
Mike Hoseus spoke at a recent AME event in Melbourne, covering Lean People development with the topic “The Key to sustaining your lean culture”. The starting point is problem solving; “Is your company a problem solving company?” questions Mike to the audience - the reply from the audience was only uncomfortable silence. ... Read more

Lean Daily Leadership Process – Which elements do YOU need?

Published: October 31, 2014
TXMs Lean Daily Leadership Process brings together our practical approach to the Lean elements of visual management and standard work to provide our leaders with the daily management system to let them shine as leaders. We specialise in tailoring the TXM Lean Daily Leadership Process to suit your business. The three key elements that provide the foundation for the TXM Lean Daily Leadership Process are making it visual, setting expectations through setting standards and encouraging teamwork through daily meetings. ... Read more