Category Archives: Lean Management

Thinking Outside The Square Box For Improvement

Thinking Outside the Box for Improvement? Improvement – Square WatermelonSquare Watermelons are a thing.Why? they fit in fridges easier,they don’t roll around,they are easier to cut.Understanding what your customers need and what they will pay for it can open up new variants of your existing products and services.Do you need to really think outside the box?Or […]

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Lean Consultancy Nottingham

Lean Consultancy NottinghamMetal castingOpened in 2008 our Nottingham office has developed the model began in York. Levantar offer training, coaching and consulting services across the UK from their Nottingham office.These solutions are offered to many types of business e.g. Legal Firms, Manufacturing, Engineering, Facilities Management, Financial Services.Our Nottingham office is ideally placed to service the manufacturing […]

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Lean Consultancy Yorkshire

Lean Consultancy Yorkshire OfficeLevantar offer training, coaching and consulting services from their York office. These solutions are offered to many types of business e.g. Legal Firms, Manufacturing, Engineering, Facilities Management, Financial Services.Our York office is only 1h 50 mins from central London, we’re only 2 hours from Birmingham, an hour from Peterborough, Edinburgh 2h 30 […]

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Neil Harvey UK Lean Consultant

Neil Harvey UK Lean Consultant ‘Kneeds’ to get his hands dirty and infuses honest wholesome business improvement with financial reality. In the past decade Neil has delivered significant improvements to dozens of clients of a variety of sizes and across many business sectors, from FMCG to engineering, printer manufacturers to electronics, medicinal products to retailers, […]

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Mark Greenhouse Lean Process Improvement Consultant

Mark Greenhouse Lean Process Improvement ConsultantMark Greenhouse UK Lean Process Improvement ConsultantFor 25 years Mark has been involved with improvement of organisations be that through Productivity Improvement, Lean, Efficiency Improvement or Process Improvement programmes – all with the aim of leaving behind SUSTAINED improved performance. During that time he has often had to deliver improvements whilst […]

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Everyone is Responsible For Improvement

EVERY employee has two jobs??…Toyota, the company who have been progressing improvement since the days they made textile looms, take a very progressive and long-term view on kaizen (change good) and employee engagement.(I don’t think they called it Lean, the word doesn’t exist in the index of the Toyota Production System book by Taiichi Ohno, published […]

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Lean Management – What are the traits?

Lean Management – What are the Traits?Sometimes we are told by our customers that they are eager to learn from us;senior engineer and newly hired employeelearn the techniques of lean management,learn the continuous improvement processes,and often we go about our roles ensuring they have the correct tools and techniques to go forth and banish waste […]

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