Lean Consulting is a UK-based consulting firm that specialises in organisational improvement, lean training and robotic process automation (RPA). Lean Consulting was created in 2007 to be able to provide a high quality lean six sigma improvement company, but without the ridiculously high prices of most consulting firms.
Since then, we've grown to provide a full service offering from our dedicated permanent workforce. We can help your understand where your opportunities to improve are - and help you implement meaningful improvements.
We can also train, coach and mentor your staff through improvement projects with out full suite of Lean Six Sigma training, available throughout the UK, at your workplace or online.
Lastly, we've also developed a Robotic Process Automation capability which we provide to customers as Software as a service (SaaS). We can uncover robotic opportunities, build the automation and execute your processes - all for around 40% of your existing processing costs.
Find out more by visiting www.leanconsulting.com
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Our latest White Paper is available for free download (no sign-up required). In this paper, Simon Hopley explores the difference between Quality Assurance and Quality Control. http://ow.ly/eGzD30fgLUv
Jason recently experienced how a bad flow can have dire implications... http://ow.ly/HF1k30eefq8
I asked Jason what his top 5 go to Lean six sigma techniques when working on an improvement. What would you include? http://ow.ly/V1Kv30e6Wb8
Fantastic blog from Jason about team work
Great post from Jason talking about observing work
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Great post by Jason Elliott here looking at some of the most common causes of improvements failing
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Robotic Process Automation is here - avoiding it is not the answer.
Do you think Lean and Innovation can work together...?
Have you seen a good process implemented poorly? Or vice versa?
I've seen many examples of trying to fit the Manufacturing approach to an office - it's not the same, so why treat it like it is?