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Lean Newsletter Archive, Aug 2010

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I want to start by thanking all of you who have downloaded my free Lean forms. These tools have rapidly become some of Velaction’s most popular new content for both leaders and frontline employees.

And speaking of great new content, this month’s featured article is on the principles that govern Lean in the office. I’ve been using these for years as the backbone of my Lean consulting philosophy. In this article, you’ll learn my secrets to achieving Lean success.

As always, best wishes on your Lean journey.

 
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The Principles of a Lean Office

It is easy to get wrapped up in the small stuff and lose sight of the big picture. While this can happen on the shop floor, it is much more prevalent in office settings. For example,

  • teams may become focused on applying a Lean tool like takt time or Standard Work to an administrative process, even when the concept is not well suited to the situation.
  • teams spend their energy trying to optimize a process that should be eliminated.
  • teams try to figure out how to manage piles of work rather than avoid them.

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Jeff-Hajek
Jeff Hajek
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August 3, 2010
VOL II, ISSUE #8
ISSN: 1946-5386
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Jeff Hajek is the Founder of Velaction Continuous Improvement, LLC, a company dedicated to making your job easier and more rewarding in a Lean environment.

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Jeff is also the author of Whaddaya Mean I Gotta Be Lean? Building the bridge from job satisfaction to corporate profit. This unique book provides a blueprint for not only surviving, but also thriving in a Lean company. Plus it's like two books in one. The first half provides an overview about how to find job satisfaction in a continuous improvement culture. The second half addresses over a hundred problems that people face when they are asked to do more with less. Whaddaya Mean? is available at www.Amazon.com or at Velaction’s Lean Store.

 
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