Category Archives: Change Management

Lean thinking in our Healthcare industry

PCB LEAN FORUM 7 November 2017: Learning from Healthcare Success Stories. Lean principles can successfully be applied in the Healthcare environment to improve both hospital management and the patient experience. A culture of problem solving needs to be embedded into our … Continue reading

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Education is one of the most critical industries in this new age

In today’s world we face unprecedented change. Information is now doubling in hours, customers are mobile, informed and demanding of the best service. Industries like Travel, Banking, and Energy to name a few have all been transformed in this new … Continue reading

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My personal experience of TLC’s Change Management course

By the time you have finished reading this short article over 60 aeroplanes from around the world will take off, 12 000 packages will be delivered by UPS, 100 000 tweets will be made and over 100 new website domains will be … Continue reading

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Implementing a Business Improvement programme

Lean Six Sigma Deployment Training Leadership Consulting (TLC) has a proven approach to developing business improvement capabilities within your organisation. When engaging with our clients, TLC offers a complete package which includes:  Programme Strategy: Through the years we have seen successful … Continue reading

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Change Management and the secrets to everlasting change

Good is the enemy of Great. It is really difficult to be great when things are good and there is no need for change. People rarely stop doing something until there is a negative consequence. Companies rarely take business improvements … Continue reading

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