Tag Archives: Lean history
Lean evolution. A story of consolidation and exploration
Dr Nicola Bateman, Associate Professor Operations Management, School of Business, University of Leicester, presents “Lean evolution. A story of consolidation and exploration” at the LERC 25th anniversary c...Read More
Lean: New Wine in Old Bottles?
Professor John Bicheno’s presentation “Lean: New Wine in Old Bottles?” at LERC 25th Anniversary Conference, September 2019in Cardiff. John takes a characteristically unique and insightful look at Lea...Read More
Dan Jones: My Lean Journey
Dan Jones has played a pivotal role in shaping our understanding and application of lean thinking, initially through seminal books including The Machine that Changed the World and Lean Thinkin...Read More
The LEI Lean Transformation Model
John Shook, CEO of the Lean Enterprise Institute, explains the their Lean Transformation Model and its ability to transform an organisation (10 minutes, uploaded in 2014) Read More
What is Lean?
Dan Jones of the Lean Enterprise Academy and co-author of The Machine that Changed the World and Lean Thinking describes lean thinking in this six minute 2011 videoRead More
Introduction to Lean Manufacturing
A Gemba Academy video that aims to introduce what it calls lean manufacturing and the lean office, as well as covering its history. It takes a traditional, manufacturing perspective (15 minutes, uploaded in 2011). Read More