Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Economics of Lean – Part 4 of 4

The Economics of Lean – Part 4 Lean companies recognize that its supply of resources creates & delivers customer value. A company’s resources are its people, machines and facilities. These resources work in the value streams and other business processes. … Continue reading

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The Economics of Lean – Part 3 of 4

CFO: Master of the Measurements Everything about lean sounds easy, but it’s hard to do because a traditional company is basically working against itself. It takes a great deal of discipline to break away from traditional thinking, daily fire-fighting, and … Continue reading

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The Economics of Lean – Part 2 of 4

The economics of lean can be explained in basic terms of supply and demand. By proving your customers lot more value, the demand for your company’s products or services increase; and you can command better prices. By eliminating waste, productivity … Continue reading

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