We’re big believers in the concept of lean manufacturing and so our many of our customers. As a result, we are always looking for the best and brightest insights in the ever-changing world of lean.
Since part of our job requires us to be up-to-date on the latest trends and thoughts within the manufacturing industry, we know there is a wealth of knowledge floating all around the Internet. So rather than hoarding all that knowledge for ourselves, we thought we’d share it with you! Here are some of the top minds in the lean industry that you should be following:
— Jon Miller (@jmiller_kaizen) September 30, 2015
— Roberto Priolo (@Roberto_Priolo_) January 14, 2016
New post: “The Simple Improvement Board. Not so Simple.” https://t.co/nYSIer8nKx
— Dan Markovitz (@danmarkovitz) March 8, 2016
#Lean is about people using things to create a better workplace not Using people to do things that just cut costs.
— Listen-and-Adapt (@LeanVoices) March 20, 2016
Good discussion leads to new insight: Can lean support strategy as much as it does operations? https://t.co/yj6qY7qpjB
— Michael (@Michael_Balle) February 2, 2016
How many of your visual walls show performance relating to customer value? The Jaeger oobeya does? pic.twitter.com/qe6CDDvfS6
— David Brunt (@dave_brunt) January 16, 2014
— Lean Leader (@GMRathbun) March 20, 2016
Blaming the workers is a cop-out. Failure starts at the top. Commit to building a Lean culture first; the benefits you seek will follow.
— Paul Critchley (@NELeanguy) March 11, 2016
— Mark Graban (@MarkGraban) March 7, 2016
#lean: don't confuse standardization with commonalization: a common practice, a baseline of comparison vs the same way everywhere.
— TheLeanLearner (@pascaljolly2000) March 3, 2016
What Too Many Value Stream Maps Completely Miss https://t.co/mu0IwTyDgi
— Daniel T Jones (@DanielJonesLean) March 8, 2016
Here’s a Bonus:
— Magnatag (@Magnatag) March 21, 2016