Monthly Archives: July 2013

Five overriding principles of Lean.

  There are FIVE overriding principles to Lean.   Identify Customers and Specify Value – The starting point of a Lean Journey is to recognise that only a small fraction of the total time and effort in any organisation actually … Continue reading

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When a company says ‘our people are our greatest asset’ – ask them to show you their Asset Management Plan

At Lean 4 Business we do process, but as a result we also do people. We don’t claim to be HR experts, but we know someone who is….  step forward Rose Green who runs her own employment relations consultancy, Rosemary … Continue reading

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Good to hear

Lean 4 Business have some good news!! We have found a company who are selling finished plastic components to China!! Have a look at these guys… http://www.duralock.com

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David Lee Roth on Van Halen’s contribution to quality

This is a fantastic video of David Lee Roth explaining a very simple Poka Yoke technique involving M&Ms! http://www.npr.org/blogs/therecord/2012/02/14/146880432/the-truth-about-van-halen-and-those-brown-m-ms

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