Zero failures is not a myth it’s a reality if you Design for Reliability

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How to Sustain Lean Implementation

Share:   I was in a conversation with a customer recently about Lean. My customer asked the question: What Lean tools should I learn to […]

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Scheduling tasks that add value

Share:   Today was the climax of 3 months work coaching a team through a Lean RCM Masterclass in Lean Reliability Centred Maintenance. It was […]

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Too much ‘Fat’ in your business?

Share:   It is a simple analogy, but one that really helps focus the mind. Is your business fit? Is it agile? Or does it […]

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Eliminating waste … Learning to see

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The Chalk Circle

Share:   The power of Gemba is easy to overlook or to forget about, or simply not have confidence when we watch out busy ant […]

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Lean RCM Improvement Journey

Share: Pedigree Credentials “It is a journey. And only by involving the people in this journey will you achieve ownership and long-term sustainable results” What […]

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How Root Cause Analysis Can Help You Predict the Future

Share:   I am often asked “Is the right strategy to start applying root cause analysis at the beginning of an improvement journey and get […]

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The application of Lean RCM to Facilities Management & maintenance of public institutions

Share: It’s the generation of cuts. Tax credits, pensions, budgets, deficits; all being cut. Interesting to reflect how most of these cuts seem to apply […]

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Lean; In the name of the Father…

Share: 8 Good reasons why Lean is a lot more like a Religion than a training course Confession You can only start your journey towards […]

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