Lean thinking can improve productivity performance on a sustainable basis. It does this by involving staff in eliminating waste and frustrations that impede the smooth flow of work, with managers taking a facilitation role. It is supported by a set of integrated concepts and tools, and careful attention to a structured and disciplined approach to change management.
Employment New Zealand has published a piece online that includes four case studies demonstrating how Lean Thinking can improve workplace productivity.
– Story published by Employment New Zealand