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Digital credentials, upskilling and digital transformation are the professional buzzwords of 2020 – and it’s no surprise that digital is bigger than ever after the world went into lockdown. For many businesses, digital transformation has become the ‘new normal’ and for individuals, upskilling and making sure you have a killer professional digital profile has never been more important.
As an LCS member, you are now able to join the digital credentials movement and promote your professional profile online for free, with the brand-new LCS digital credentials facility. Create your profile, showcase your verified qualifications, add links to digital certificates and then share your credentials via LinkedIn, email signatures, personal websites and more, to enhance your digital professional profile.
The Lean-Fitness Analogy is a teaching aid originally developed in the Lean Enterprise Research Centre for use in lean oriented courses for practitioners and employees. It presents a comparison of ‘going lean’ with ‘getting fit’ and aims to communicate the ‘essence’ of lean thinking and the challenges of going lean.
The following article by Level 3 practitioner Lee Boardman talks about how to apply lean principles to different areas of learning. Lee explains how lean philosophy’s techniques can easily work as a foundation for any learning challenge we set. This includes learning something which is completely new and unfamiliar, even Persian.
An article about how the 5S lean tool could be used to reduce waste and maximise efficiency. The author illustrates how the 5S implementation can be beneficial to any organisation improving quality and financial gains, reducing costs and standardising work processes. Developed in Japan, 5S combines workplace organisation through the use of efficiency, effectiveness and safety.
In the article Dr Keivan Zokaei reflects on how the presence of a continuous improvement approach and culture can be a positive force for meeting the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis, though it requires changing leadership habits at all levels of the organisation, an acceptance of ‘bottom up’ problem solving and a positive attitude to embracing change.