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Why ‘Lean Coaching’?
Unlock the Potential within your Business
Lean Expert Training
Lean Tools Training
New Product Innovation – Project Management
Shop Floor Management Coaching
Strategy and Policy Deployment – Hoshin Kanri
Results = Processes x Capability (R=PxC)
Why do Projects Fail?
The 8 Key Aspects of Shop Floor Management
How can Lean support Quality and Compliance in Pharma
Lean beyond the Shop Floor Management
Tier 1 Operational Improvement
Tube Specialties (TSCO) part of Nelson Global Products, is a high volume tube manufacturer that produce product for the automotive vehicle market.
Coaching / SFM – V Engine
The V-Engine manufacturing division of a German luxury car producer had, for several years, been attempting to implement a system for continually eliminating non value-added activities.
Expert training (MPS/TOS)
The Expert training program within the client was established in 2001 in collaboration with Gert Haar-Jorgensen (GHJ), then at McKinsey‘s Manufacturing Practice (MMP), based on their internal training academy (PSDC).
Lighthouse – Grundfos
Grundfos, one of the world’s largest pump manufacturers were facing many challenges, most notably the economic down turn, high labour costs in Denmark and production moving east.
Coaching / SFM – Straumann
A leading international dental implant manufacturing company started their Lean journey by experimenting by implementing VSM, 5s through the workshop approach.
World Class Manufacturing (WCM)
At the end of 2008 a leading Global Flooring Company, decided to become the benchmark in Quality, Service, Costs and Innovation.
An Interview with Mike McCurry
Plant Wide Meeting
Putting "Lean" to work
End of day Meeting
An Interview with Jane Rosaasen
A Wraparound at Freightliner
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