Archive for Lean Organizations – Page 3

Lean – One piece Flow – AT&T Phone Survey

Paul Akers discusses a great one piece flow example of an AT&T survey.

Why a cleaner jobsite is a better jobsite

Jason Mollak, president of JPM Construction, wrote this great post discussing by keeping a clean jobsite is important.

“A year ago I started investing in equipment to keep our site cleaner, more organized, and safer. It started with three items: an Oneida Dust Deputy, a FastCap Saw Hood, and an iVac Switch. Since purchasing these items, not only have I changed my mindset about the value of providing a cleaner environment for our employees, but now I also keep an even sharper eye on how our site looks at all times.” Press here to read the entire article.

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What does Lean mean to you?

John Kramer, at Cambridge Engineering shares what Lean means to him.

Two Pillars of Lean

Michelle of Klime-Ezee puts together a visual example of the Two Pillars of Lean.

Are you Standardizing?

Dale of Klime-Ezee shows us how he not only made an awesome 2 Second improvement, but also made it a standard.

Are you reading Shakespeare to a starving man?

Filipe Marques, of Torre, once again shares his profound Lean observations with us!

Are you making Lean fun?

The guys at Cambridge Engineering made this video. Nothing like having fun at work!

Lean is so Subtle

Paul Akers discusses how sometime you have to pay close attention to see subtle Lean.

Cambridge Engineering Videos

Cambridge’s Growth Journey has included 3300 Videos produced by a 100 person firm over a two year period. Marc Braun – President of Cambridge Engineering shares how this has been utilized to help employee engagement. Here is a playlist he put together.

Lean Jig

Another 2 Second Lean improvement from Pitt Meadows Plumbing showing how something as simple and a jig can be Lean and save a lot of time!