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In today's fast-paced business world, the value of experience cannot be underestimated. However, it's equally crucial to invest in the development of the younger generation. Here's why I believe in striking a balance between the two. Wisdom Meets Innovation: Seasoned professionals bring a wealth of knowledge and...

Over my career I have witnessed some mind blowing situations regarding how companies transition from manual process to automated platforms. Multiple times clients' staff have always complained that the systems they are using are rubbish and they are not fit for purpose. However, it never takes us...

The ability to efficiently transfer from one process to another is critical to the ever-increasing pace of delivery operations across the globe. An often-overlooked LEAN skill in non-manufacturing organisations is “quick change over” or SMED (single minute exchange of die). It is often perceived to be...

As part of Revive Globals’ ongoing mission to provide a tangible return on investment for their clients, they have completely re-built their most popular service, the Lean Academy, from the ground up. With an unfaltering focus on high quality, relevant and tailored content, delivered by engaging and hugely experienced experts, the course is now available as an online only option.  Simon Crossland, Managing Director at...

When was the last time you heard someone say, "We've always done it this way"? It was probably said with good intention, and in the day-to-day business world, relying on a tried-and-true approach is often a harmless, natural course of action. However, times change, businesses change,...

Things have been crazy these last few months! But have you noticed recently there is a lot of talk about transformation and business improvement? Managers are being put under more and more pressure to deliver large scale process improvement projects as companies focus on turning around...

We are often asked how can we use Lean Six Sigma in the Construction industry, when it was started and developed in manufacturing? But the problem of waste on a construction site is all too familiar.  Various studies in the US and Europe have revealed that quality costs...

By Greg Ward How I discovered the route from “good” to “great”  Are you good at what you do? Have you ever stopped to wonder if you could be great at it – and what it would take for you to get there? Everyone’s journey to this realisation...