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Simplicity in Business Systems leads to Best Practices

Published: June 24, 2016
Within manufacturing, lean thinking continues to drive innovation in the way business systems are arranged. The underlining principle to this has been to follow the lean concepts that simplifies the process. Simplicity drives best practice. ... Read more
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Guide to Practical Lean Standard Work

Published: May 30, 2016
Standard work is an integral part of lean manufacturing. The goal of standardising the work is to reduce the variability in a process by documenting and training operators in the best way to perform that process, while achieving the required outcomes in Quality, Safety, Delivery and Cost. Standard work is the least-used tool in lean, but arguably the most powerful one. Once Standard Work is in place, it becomes the baseline for all future improvements. ... Read more

Improving Our Work with a Quality Mindset

Published: May 28, 2016
It is possible to build a Quality Mindset into everything we do. We need to consider the fundamental points of customer requirements, understand what a quality approach means to our business, map our processes, utilising the available tools and committing to fixing our quality as soon as an error is found. ... Read more

Three Critical Elements of Coaching

Published: April 27, 2016
When we begin our Lean Journey, the stage is set during the initial workshops to establish our current state, create our proposed future state and develop a plan to get us from here to there. During the implementation of the plan, we follow up between workshop with coaching and support for the individuals involved. Here we will look at the critical elements of coaching to ensure we get the best out of people during our lean implementation. This coaching may occur between both the TXM Facilitator and key people within your business, as well as between your Lean Champion and team members. It becomes a “coaching the coach” opportunity. ... Read more