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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Lean Advisors is pleased to announce they have successfully been awarded a contract with the Prince Albert Co-operative Health Centre.
Lean Advisors will be leading the organization’s Lean Transformation Program. Continue reading
Lean Advisors is pleased to announce they have been chosen to partner with Assiniboine Community College for the College’s Process Improvement Initiative.
Transforming an organization using the concepts and thinking of Lean is a challenge and requires tremendous passion, commitment, proper knowledge and the ability to execute the vision and plan. Leadership usually understand all that but what they miss is how and who element that is going to lead the change and do the actual transforming. Continue reading
Lean Advisors is pleased to announce that Larry Cote, President has been selected as the keynote speaker at the APICS Toronto Chapter AGM event on June 13 2012. Continue reading
Saskatchewan is making progress on its plan to transform surgical care for patients.Year one of the Saskatchewan Surgical Initiative laid the foundation while year two has shown astounding results including reduced wait times, enhanced safety, improved efficiencies and improved levels of quality care. Continue reading
Like many others in U.S. manufacturing, the domestic textile industry has certainly faced their fair share of challenges. Amid manufacturing job losses and budget cuts, one bright experience sheds some light on improving competitiveness. Here, this textile success story is attributed to lean manufacturing. Continue reading
The Algonquin College Lean effort, which began in 2005, continues to make inroads. Department maximizes their outreach activities without increasing wait times for face-to-face sessions. Continue reading