Non-profit institute, responsible for advancing lean thinking & practices across India, making things better and better.

We carefully develop hypotheses on lean management and experiment to see what works best in the given real world scenario.
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Do you have some real story on “Lean Transformation” to share? If Yes… Will someone from your top leadership team, who had been leading this transformation, like to speak about it in an interesting manner? If Yes… then please write to our Director Janak Mehta [janakmehta@tqmi.com]

 

Lean Round Table (LRT) is open for working professionals, CEOs, Academicians, Students, Self-employed and entrepreneurs in any fields for sharing lean knowledge. Chennai -Chapter is running well and you may start a Lean Round table in your city with their help. Contact Veena ( veena@leaninstitute.in ) to connect with the Leaders of LRT Chennai .

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S SandilyaChairman, LMII
Janak MehtaDirector, LMII
Anil SachdevLean Coach, LMII
Amit ChadhaChief Executive Officer
What is Lean?

Lean is way to determine value sought by customers, provide value through an end to end process, value stream, by engaging everyone touching the value stream to minimize waste, variations and overburden throughout the value stream.

The core idea is to maximize customer value while minimizing waste.

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Better understanding the nature of transformation is core to the mission of LMII today.

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About 10 years ago I got a call from the mayor of a major American city who told me he wanted to create the first “lean” city government.

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I’ve been thinking a lot about how to improve patient care, in my own organization and in healthcare in general.

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John Wooden was arguably the most successful, probably the most influential, and certainly the most studied coach in the history of US sports.

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