Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Got Milk? Got Lean! Replayed

Jeff Hajek, author of Gotta Go Lean Blog and The Continuous Improvement Companion, and I recently shared our expertise in a brand new format. By combining a radio-show format with a webinar platform, and you get a brand new tool for learning about Lean.

In our second live show, we discuss Lean with another everyday example so anyone can learn the improvement methodology. The majority of households have one thing in common. They have milk in the fridge. But you may not realize that even the simple act of stocking this staple item puts a number of Lean concepts to work.


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If you would like to use the presentation you can find it here.  

Join us for our next webinar on January 11.  

Are You Driven to Learn Lean? What operating your car can teach you about continuous improvement.

In January's edition of our live webinar show, Jeff Hajek and I will be discussing what you can learn about Lean from driving your car.

Anyone familiar with Lean knows how deeply rooted it is in the auto industry. But most people use examples from the production of cars rather than car ownership.

We take a unique view in this half hour show (plus an extra fifteen minutes allocated for questions). We look at how car ownership demonstrates countless Lean principles. Poka yokes, standardization, TPM, visual controls, and more!

We will be recording the show, and will make our slides available for download.

Join us for a Webinar on January 11

Title:  Are You Driven to Learn Lean? What operating your car can teach you about continuous improvement

Date: Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Time:  9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PST

Space is limited.

Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/501122150





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