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Lean... Do the Stuff Under Your Nose

Lean programmes of work can really help to improve the performance of a business, but does this have to be at expense of fixing the problems right in front of us?

I have seen too many projects have time invested in them whilst right in front of the people in the business are immediate problems and opportunities. Small, lean centric, actions that can yield quick and long lasting results get ignored. How does that benefit everyone?

So, please plan out the bigger change projects for your business but don't lose sight of the obvious improvement opportunities that are sitting under your nose.

Giles Johnston

Smartspeed Consulting Limited
Taking the frustration out of on time delivery.