Working on three levels

Guest blogger Chris Shannon, University of Queensland, has this to say about working on three levels … “While tidying up my electronic files recently, I came across this diagram. I first saw this in 2015  when attending introductory Lean training run by...

Projects alone doth Lean make

Often when we talk to people implementing Lean in higher education we come across the opinion that running Lean on a project-based approach isn’t enough. This is a hard thing to hear for us, as we started our organisational Lean journey with a series of...

The 3 best Lean games every company should learn to play

Xunzi may have been the first experiential teacher… “Tell me, and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand.”– Xunzi (Xun Kuang), a Confucian philosopher who lived in the third century B.C.E.* At St Andrews Lean Consulting we agree...

Lean for the property sector

Hello readers, We know that Lean methodology can bring benefits to a diverse range of sectors, having ourselves leveraged the methodology and our experience to deliver some of that positive change, from the legal sector through to that of education. In fact, call us...