Tag Archives: Continuous Improvement

Arrgghh. It’s NOT About Changing Your Accounting System

I work with companies that are serious about being lean organizations. Most of them use Lean Accounting. It is not about changing your accounting system. It’s about embracing lean principles and methods. Lean changes the way they look at management accounting. Here’s … Continue reading

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What Does This Guy Do?? Role of Value Stream Manager

For many people the role of a value stream manager is not clearly understood. Others incorrectly use the term value stream manager as a substitute for production manager or supervisor in the factory. A Value Stream Manager has full responsibility … Continue reading

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From JUST-DO-IT to JUST-DONE-IT

I have been working with two multinational companies recently and the need for  “just-do-it” daily improvements came up. The companies are very different but the team members in both companies got excited about just-do-it and took action on some similar things. They … Continue reading

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