So when you say Lean, do you really mean L.A.M.E.??

Mark Graban is a friend of mine and a long time advocate and practitioner of Lean, in his blog article, he addresses some misconceptions with Lean. I couldn’t agree more with his words so I will let him speak uncommented; http://www.leanblog.org/2014/03/is-it-leans-fault-or-the-old-management-systems/?utm_content=buffer037d8&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer Advertisements

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 adds value for the customer.   By defining Value for a specific product or service from […]