Lean Methods engages with its clients in many ways, but always with a sharp focus on ensuring true value is realized. Whether through training that’s promptly put into practice by your people or consulting that’s lead by ours, everything we do has a value-driven result in mind. Collaborative relationships grounded in proven methodologies are the hallmark of all our successful engagements.
At Lean Methods, we choose our clients carefully. Our best clients are those that truly embrace the spirit of collaboration, wanting to work with us, rather than simply asking us to work for them. That’s why the “methods” in Lean Methods is so important—collaboration demands that we have a proven, agreed-upon approach in which we understand our respective roles. It’s how we ensure that we deliver the greatest value in the least amount of time. And it’s how you ensure you get the results you’re expecting.
TNT Express organized an improvement team to focus on fast and consistent delivery of shipments at one of the company’s major airport hubs. By applying innovation tools within a Lean Six Sigma project, TNT was able to reduce average lead times by 50%.Learn More
St. Anthony's Hospital needed to minimize the time its patients were on ventilators. After running ANOVA and regression analyses, they were able to establish clear protocols and procedures which reduced ventilator days by 38% and saved $650,000 per year.Learn More
Graphic Packaging decided to deploy Lean techniques throughout its organization to improve operations. After reeling in €175,000 in annual, hard savings from just three Lean projects at their plant in England, they expanded to Spain and France.Learn More
One of the largest and most successful Turkish companies found its Lean Six Sigma program stagnant. With a commitment to custom online and classroom learning, Borusan was able to reduce costs, increase student retention, and improve student satisfaction.Learn More