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Stop Start Continue – a Lean Feedback Tool

Published: July 12, 2017
A strong component of TXMs Lean Philosophy is about engaging our team and get them thinking about improving our company, together. Identifying wastes is a great way to start and using simple feedback tools can help get our team warmed up and into thinking mode. Today we will look at the Stop - Start - Continue model. ... Read more
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The Importance of the Senior Leadership Workshop

Published: June 14, 2017
While holding a senior leadership workshop may feel like a huge burden of time and resources, at TXM we find the investment of time is hugely rewarded. We check the understanding of both teams with the project aims and objectives. We review the TXM process and check we have the key elements in place for a successful improvement project. And we highlight potential barriers to change before they become a major problem and slow down the improvement project. ... Read more
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Business Health Check; the three key indicators for your daily walk around

Published: May 30, 2017
Active leadership is important to continuous improvement and a daily walk around to determine the health of your business can be very beneficial. We considered the three key points for checking in on the health of your business with business equivalents of the heart rate, the blood pressure and the temperature of our factories. ... Read more
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What Does Your China Supply Chain Cost You and How do You Improve it?

Published: May 4, 2017
China is no longer the low cost manufacturing paradise it once was. However the problems of long lead times, dodgy suppliers and suspect quality still exists, even as Chinese manufacturing moves in to more complex and higher value added sectors. TXM China Consulting Director, Justin Tao has spent his whole career working in Chinese manufacturing from his first days in Toyota's forging plant in Tianjin. Justin believes that the key to supply chain success in China is to get the right support - from a local. ... Read more