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Welcome to the LCS Lean Forum
This is the place to raise issues, ask questions, respond to articles, contribute to a discussion and engage with fellow practitioners. The Forum is separated into a Public area and a Private area, each with different categories and threads. Click on Instructions to find out what you need to do to join in.
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If you are planning to take an active Forum role, you can use this area to introduce yourself to the LCS community. You can outline your employment background, lean experience, particular expertise or special interests, plus any other information that may you think is relevant. Use the Topic Title box for your name and the text box below for personal information.
All articles published on the LCS website are listed below and members of the community are invited to comment on them; the comment may be stand alone or be a response to another person's comment, forming a discussion.
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Use this forum to ask questions about any aspect of lean training or implementation - for example, how to use a specific tool or technique, how to solve a particular problem you have, requests for training material you need and so on.
Of course, you can also answer someone's question or provide a comment on it.
Click on the topic title and then post you comment under the Reply To xxx box or post a new question in the Create New Topic area.
Use this forum to make new posts on any lean related topic or comment on an existing post. Types of new posts could include a view on a specific subject or news item, an account of an interesting case study, research or innovation, or a debate on a topical issue.
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