How to make Lean practical with an Ishikawa (Fishbone) diagram? The term “practical” has a few synonyms, such as “efficient”, “convenient”, “applied” and “usable”. Lean is indeed also nice and practical, in other words, you can get away with it in practice. You can apply Lean to a lot of situations, both at work and at home.
Lean‘s theory and philosophy focuses on the added value of the customer. Based on the customer value, we look at how we can best design our processes. It is also a question of ‘ordinary peasantry’. You learn to actually live through philosophy over the years.
The other side of Lean, the practical side, can actually be applied immediately.
Of course that takes some tact and practice and that…. Yes, exactly, you can learn that from us and practice it live and put it into practice under the guidance of one of our Black Belts. Do you also want to get started with Lean practically and immediately achieve results? Check out our training courses here.