Lean Enterprise Institute faculty member Steve Bell shows you how to examine and improve your activities for learning the Voice of the Customer.
Lean Enterprise Institute faculty member Dan Markovitz, an expert on improving personal performance, explains how the lean principles of 5S and visual management make you more productive as a knowledge worker.
Lean Enterprise Institute faculty member Dan Markovitz, an expert on improving personal performance, tells you how to reduce the volume of email you get and handle what's left more eficiently.
LEI faculty member Greg Lane offers some examples of how the application of lean concepts differs in high mix/low volume or made-to-order type businesses.
Lean Enterprise Institute faculty member David Verble compares and contrasts different managerial styles of coaching in this video.
An exchange of emails among friends and lean thought leaders John Shook, Jeff Liker, and Michael Ballé produced this quick list of 10 tips for lean leaders. Jazz pianist Claire Ritter added the music. For more insights into solving the challenges of leading and managing in a lean culture, visit Gemba Coach and The Lean Edge. Enjoy.
Lean IT is defined by Mike Orzen, a Lean Enterprise Institute faculty member. Orzen teaches the Lean IT full-day workshop: http://www.lean.org/Workshops/WorkshopDescription.cfm?WorkshopId=52.
The session also addresses how to apply lean startup thinking and behavior to every activity.
Addressing workshop attendees during a lunch break, Jim Womack, management expert and Lean Enterprise Institute founder, discusses the state of the lean movement, and compares the A3 management process with traditional modern management.
Jim Luckman and Margie Hagene, Lean Enterprise Institute faculty members who co-facilitate the Transformational Leadership Program, take a break from a recent workshop to explain some of the thinking and tools covered by the program. Learn how this experiential program will help you develop leadership behaviors that support a lean transformation.
The Lean Enterprise Institute's webinar on Getting to Everyday Improvement drew thousands of Lean Thinkers from around the world and hundreds of questions that we didn’t have time to answer during the webcast. Those questions are addressed in this followup Q&A with presenters Judy Worth and Beau Keyte, two of the authors of Perfecting Patient Journeys, a handbook for lean healthcare.