By Jon Miller | Post Date: January 11, 2007 9:28 PM | Comments: 0
I would like to recognize a few fellow bloggers who consistently share genuine events and lessons from Lean manufacturing experiences on their gemba.
Mike Wroblewski has promised to return to more active blogging with a post last week. Looking forward to more soon, Mike.
Joe Ely's blog Learning About Lean tends to have thoughtful and sincere insights from the front lines of Lean manufacturing implementation. Joe Ely has is also back after a long hiatus, so visit his blog and encourage him to keep up the good work.
Elizabeth Seyler is a relatively new voice, with My Journey as Lean Champion. She has fresh takes on real life Lean manufacturing implementations, with kaizen summaries covering why was it done, what was done, lessons learned, what were the results, visual controls and metrics, and team thoughts. She bravely invites you to contact her to share ideas, struggles etc. so please give her your support
My favorite post of hers is Value Stream Mapping in Engineering. Here is a snippet:
* It is worth shutting down Engineering for 6hrs in a day to focus and keep focus on the current and future state.
Well done. Post that on your engineering manager's wall.Comments are moderated to filter spam and inappropriate content. There may be a delay before your comment is published.