How to convince top managers to start a Lean programme

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Although it has been around since the days of Henry Ford, Lean is still the defacto approach for manufacturers to uncover and implement opportunities to improve productivity and efficiency.

However, as with any continuous improvement programme, Lean works best when management is on board. If you're looking for a way to get your colleagues and company leaders on board with Lean and business transformation, think about watching this video (and even sharing this presentation at your next meeting).

As a Lean and business transformation consultant, I work with companies across all sectors that range from a couple dozen employees at one site to global organisations. Get in touch if you'd like to discuss your productivity challenges.

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