Tag Archives: Research
TUI Network Event Stimulates!
Members of the LCS community enjoyed an excellent day of networking and information sharing at the Network Event on 5th July in Luton, hosted by TUI UK & Ireland. TUI described its CI journey to date and highlighted the successes as well as issues faced. An introduction to the organisation...
Lean Research Themes Survey
An invitation to complete a short questionnaire on lean research themes Aims This survey aims to gain feedback on potential themes and topics that could form part of a research programme that explores the nature and application of lean thinking and related schools of thought. As the research will have...
Case Study Participants Required!
Assistance is required from inquisitive companies to help in PhD case study research on the supply chain management of Product-Service Systems (PSS). The Proposition PhD researcher and LCS Level 2b Master Lean Coach, Eric Li, is studying the supply chain management of Product-Service Systems (PSS) and he is conducting several...
Lean Sustainability Research
Respondents are required to complete a questionnaire on lean sustainability being undertaken by Cardiff University, Swansea University and the Politecnico di Milano Research Focus The research title is Lean Implementation and Sustainable Continuous Improvement: managing internal knowledge stock, employee engagement and employee innovative work behaviour. It aims to investigate the role of...
Webinar: Mental Health in the Workplace
“Out in the Open – The Importance of Considering Mental Health in the Workplace” Webinar Schedule Date: Friday, 25th November 2016. Start Time: 9.30 am GMT. Duration: 60 minutes Attendance: Virtual or physical (latter at Cardiff Business School) Registration: Click to register. Free attendance. Capacity: 60 physical, 250 virtual Presenter: Dr Hadar Elraz, Cardiff Business School...
CI Training Research Infographic
An LCS infographic that presents some of the key findings of LCS research into managers’ attitudes to continuous improvement training in the workplace. Further information of the research and its results can be found here.