TXM E-News October 2015 – Lean Case Study Video – 5S Video – Lean Office – Engaging Employees in China – Best Practice Network Launches in NSW
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Welcome to the TXM Newsletter for October 2015
October sees the launch of our successful Best Practice Network in New South Wales. The Victorian Best Practice Network is already recognized as the place to be for business leaders who are committed to excellence. With the launch of the New South Wales network we can now offer the network’s excellent range of events and services to companies in that state. October also saw TXM Director, Ron Spiteri on the spotlight, with a presentation to over 7000 business leaders in Sydney and a highly successful workshop at the AME USA Conference in Cincinnati.
Implementing lean in a machine shop is challenging. In a jobbing shop every day presents a new range of products to be manufactured, many for the first time. Ronson gears have overcome this challenge with a practical approach to implementing Lean that has delivered dramatic business improvement, as Ronson Gears Director, Gavin New, explains in our latest Lean Case Study Video.
When you implement 5S often it is the details that can trip you up. In this Practical 5s Lean minute video TXM Senior Consultant, Michelle Brown, explains how to 5S every inch of your workplace using a 5S Map. A 5S Map will help you cover all those places that “nobody owns’ in your workplace
There is a lot of literature on implementing Lean in office and administrative functions and the concept is not new. However I still see relatively few companies that have driven real sustainable change in their office processes through Lean. In our experience there are some key factors to ensure that your Office lean efforts lead to sustainable results
This blog by our China Consulting Director, Justin Tao, provides some valuable ideas on how to make change with Lean. The focus is implementing Lean in China, but many of the lessons can apply anywhere.
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.