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An Idea on Visualizing Changes at All Levels

By |February 2nd, 2023|

About 2 years ago, I took a course from Jason Little, the author of Lean Change Management, more recently Change Agility: A guide to help you think about change management differently and founder of the Lean Change Organization website.  I have to say that this course was one of the best

How to Run a Virtual Gemba Walk with Your Remote Team

By |March 29th, 2022|

An interesting landscape in the manufacturing scene is unfolding. Operating in a pandemic has forced manufacturing teams to rethink how they work. It’s very common for operators and workers to discuss face-to-face on a production floor, especially when there is a problem in the line or a machine. They

How to Run a Virtual Gemba Walk with Your Remote Team

By |February 17th, 2022|

An interesting landscape in the manufacturing scene is unfolding. Operating in a pandemic has forced manufacturing teams to rethink how they work. It’s very common for operators and workers to discuss face-to-face on a production floor, especially when there is a problem in the line or a machine. They

Flow Efficiency: How to Measure it and Why You Should

By |February 1st, 2022|

In today's competitive work environment, companies often need to look at strategies for improving their processes aiming at delivering high quality products or services. Among the diverse methods available that help companies accomplish this goal, the Agile Kanban method has been used over the years in many different industries

A Comprehensive Guide to Value Stream Mapping Symbols

By |January 27th, 2022|

Value Stream Mapping (VSM) is a valuable tool for process managers and teams alike. The pursuit towards a lean process starts with the evaluation of the current state process and identifying wasteful activities. If you’ve seen a value stream map before, you’d know that there are many symbols used