Key To Lean Engineering Success? Don’t Speak Japanese…Think Respect

A culture of respect for people leads to an organic growth of lean process implementation throughout an organization.
 
LIVONIA, Mich. - Sept. 18, 2013 - PRLog -- Larry Osentoski, the co-founder of Sustainable Lean LLC and founding Board Member of the Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA), recently published an analysis of the keys to Lean in an engineering environment in MetaOpsMagEzine, http://metaopsmagazine.com. The article explores the use of Value Stream Mapping and mutual respect in a case study of a real situation.

About Larry Osentoski

Osentoski served as the Chair of the Department of Defense and Connected Vehicle Proving Center Committees within CVTA, and has served on the DaimlerChrysler Vehicle Diagnostics Management Council.

Osentoski is a regular speaker at systems engineering and telematics industry events around the world, including ITS London, Telematics Korea, NDIA Systems Engineering Conference and Telematics Update. He holds a BSEE from Michigan Technological University,

About MetaOps, Inc.

MetaOps, Inc. helps companies increase their market share and profit through a PeopleCentrix™ approach. The company's team of world-class experts brings an extensive toolkit that helps management see problems and opportunities while teaching staff how to make dramatic improvements and drive sustainable improvement. Learn how to transform your own organization, boosting efficiency and increasing market share, by visiting MetaOps (http://metaops.com/) on the web.
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