ARE WE LEARNING FROM THE ERRORS OF THE PAST?

Organisations and interviews in this edition include: Constellium, DDI, Hitachi Consulting, Tesco, Lean Competency Systems, Bill Bellows, Nissan-Renault Consulting, Cohen Children’s Medical Centre, and University of Nottingham.

 

IN THIS ISSUE:

Tesco, lean retailer lost?

Simon Elias of LCS and Barry Evans explores where Tesco went right with lean before things started to go very, very wrong.

 

Developed a better process?

Ian Robinson from Renault-Nissan Consulting, raises the complicated topic of how to implement a lean transformation and learning the lessons from the past

 

Exploring lean in Malaysia

Edmen Tam, from the University of Nottingham and Christina Chin, has compiled a research project on the status of lean in Malaysia. What’s happening with the introduction of lean into this rapidly growing Asian economy?

 

Breaking through with situational coaching

Director Darragh MacNeill, and Mark D. Hughes, vice president from Hitachi Consulting, the technology consulting arm of Hitachi explore the ideas of how lean coaching could be an effective tool in the workplace.

LMJ MARCH 2015