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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
Q. How do we resolve the conflicting pressures of budgets and Lean? Plus, how do we ensure that the pressures of cost savings dont drive the wrong behaviors?
Here are some of the consolidated thoughts and ideas that were shared by the participants of the Lean Executive Day workshop on Resolving Conflicting Pressures. Continue reading
Steve Withers has 30 years of process improvement experience using lean thinking, six sigma, process management, and change management skills. Steve was the Director of the Lean Sigma Centre at Canada Post, where lean thinking has contributed in excess of $200 M in savings. Continue reading
When implementing Lean, how can your organization handle change when they are already working at capacity and everything is a priority? Continue reading
On February 7th, the filled to capacity event was attended by executives, across many industries, that spent a day discussing with their peers and our leadership team their experiences and challenges with their own lean implementations. Workshops covered various topics … Continue reading