Aren’t You Solving Ohno’s Problem? – Bob Emiliani explains LEIs Lean
Transformation Framework seems to me more likely to generate a lot of
“busywork” than produce serious business results.
Your “Decision Makers?” – Mark Graban talks about management moving from being
generally “supportive” in principle to learning when to allow decision making
to happen lower in the organization.
Management “Develop and Deliver” – Ken Lowe says senior leaders’ roles must
evolve to focus, not only on the process improvements, but also on developing
the people at all levels of the organization.
Tim McMahon is the Founder and Contributor of A Lean Journey Blog. This site is dedicated to sharing lessons and experiences along the Lean Journey in the Quest for True North. The blog also serves as the source for learning and reflection which are critical elements in Lean Thinking.
Tim is a Lean practitioner with nearly 20 years of Lean manufacturing experience. He currently leads continuous improvement efforts for an innovative leader who brings light and data to millions of spaces around the world.
Tim McMahon is a member of ASQ Influential Voices who facilitate discussions regarding quality matters globally.