One of the things you will find as you move along your Lean journey is that going it alone is much harder than bringing in some help from time to time. A good guide on this path will push you to greater and greater levels of self-sufficiency, but no matter how advanced your company becomes at continuous improvement, there is always room to get better.
Regardless of where you are on your journey, we can help.
If you are just beginning your concerted continuous improvement efforts, we can help you chart your course and teach you what you need to know to start leading change on your own. For those of you who are further along your journey, we can help by teaching you more advanced topics, reviewing what you are already doing, and helping you improve your improvement processes.
On-site Consulting: In this traditional form of consulting, we come to you and work hand-in-hand with you to bring about change in your organization. Lean assessments, kaizen facilitation, and policy deployment coaching are popular ways to use this form of support.
Remote Consulting: Our remote consulting puts technology to use so we can help you in a variety of ways. Need a quick answer? Want a charter reviewed? Interested in a second opinion about a new layout? Want us to review a video of your process and offer suggestions? With email, telephones, videos, screen sharing, and video chatting at our disposal, we can give you quick answers without much investment.
Boot Camps: There is a fine line between consulting and training. Our boot camps don’t try to make a distinction. We use a combination of remote training and coaching combined with an on-site visit to immerse a small group in a specific topic. They’ll get trained, but will also walk away having put the concept to use on a real problem in your company.
Lean in the Seattle Area: There are a lot of factors that go into choosing a coach. Getting a good fit is the most important. But there are some special benefits to having a continuous improvement expert right in your own back yard.