Best practice report: Lean Thinking

May 26, 2014 by BPIR.com Limited

Conclusion

When applied, lean thinking reduces costs and facilitates the delivery of consistently high-quality products and services. Lean tools have been developed that can be easily understood and readily embraced by all personnel within an organisation. The implementation of lean thinking by organisations is intended to produce a complete—and lasting—cultural change. It has been shown that employees from lean organisations tend to be characterised by higher levels of cognitive readiness for change and accountability, as well as resourcefulness and confidence. They also tend to be more satisfied with their organisations, management, and jobs.


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