A big month for TXM with our first video animation released, the Lean Construction Conference in Perth and TXM Director Ron Spiteri in the US to support our growing business there. Meanwhile our China team won a new project at the world’s biggest pencil factory!
So how can you engage your team and employees like JoLean to embrace change. In this video, the first of our “Justin Time” series, lean coach Justin shows JoLean and her managers how Lean can transform their work day and deliver real results for the business. Learn how lean can be the key to employee engagement.
If takt time is the heart of lean production, visual management represents the nervous system in lean management. Visual management is an indispensable tool when we implement Lean. It helps the other lean tools more powerful by making their impact on the business visual. This blog by China Consulting Director, Justin Tao, explains how to make your visual management boards really effective.
The 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
TXM Managing Director, Tim McLean, to present a workshop on Continuous Cost Reduction at the University of Western Sydney on 21 August. The workshop is the sixth in a series run by Western Sydney Future Advanced Manufacturing (WSFAM). WSFAM is an industry initiative being delivered by the University of Western Sydney to support a transformation of the industry through increased productivity, growth and sustainability.
Well, that’s it for another month! Remember – your TXM Lean consultant is only a phone call away, so give us a call and let us help you!Regards,The TXM teamIf you do not want to continue receiving our e-news, please click the unsubscribe link below and we will remove you from our mailing list.