As a part of the AME Conference 2018 Delegates will see first-hand Melbourne Zoo's leading-edge Lean and Continuous Improvement solutions.
In 2016 Gary Kerr interviewed 2018 AME Conference International Keynote Speaker Ron Harper, President at Cogent Power in Canada. The interview was about his organisational restructuring around Value Streams. This is what Ron had to say.
AME Australia will be hosting A3 Thinking and Problem Solving Workshops nationally. Don't miss out on this great opportunity to learn about lean-problem solving and A3 thinking from one of Toyota's A3 thinking experts, Barry McCarthy, Manager Manufacturing Systems at Toyota Motor Corporation Australia.
Gemba Academy Interview with AME President and CEO George Saiz Hear from 2018 Conference Keynote Speaker and AME North America President and CEO George Saiz. This interview is from August 2016 and gives a great insight into George and what is to come.
In the latest from Target Online....a look at an employee-owned manufacturer that utilizes lean and people-centric leadership, Cirtronics. They're also a tour stop for the AME Boston Conference.
This article originally appeared in Training & Development magazine February 2016 Vol 43 No 2, published by the Australian Institute of Training and Development. On July 5 Marcia will host a workshop for AME. This energizing day will provide attendees with strength-based tools and techniques to boost performance. Bring a colleague to help create positive ripples across your business.
This article appeared in Planet Earth, the Lean Global Network Journal. Jim Womack, Founder and Senior Advisor, Lean Enterprise Institute, provides an international insight on the closure of Toyota Australia.
John Shook is chairman and CEO of the Lean Enterprise Institute and is recognized as a true sensei who enthusiastically shares his knowledge and insights within the lean community and with those who have not yet made the lean leap.
We’ve gathered experienced continuous improvement pioneers as facilitators and presenters. Special Interest Sessions provide relevant and cutting-edge information, best practices and essential tools in a presentation and panel format. AME is committed to helping members and delegates to share, learn and grow. To facilitate meaningful sharing, AME provides this interactive case study led session so that you can learn from others in the community. Come and share your thoughts about the issues affecting you and your work. Listen, share, ask questions and take away ideas that you can implement right away!
Each year at the AME Conference we present the (national) Jim Watkins Award to recognise leaders within Australia who demonstrate similar attributes to Jim. Jim Watkins was unquestionably the driving force behind the establishment of the AME (Australia), and without his vision and early enthusiasm, there is no doubt that we would not be where we are today.
In eighth grade, Billy Taylor was the star of his school football team. Fans chanted his moniker, “BT Express” as he made game-changing plays on the gridiron.
Although lean has been found as a widespread application in the manufacturing and services sector, only a few sustained implementations were found in the R&D organizations. Lean-startup thinking has boosted high-tech industries.
Too often the principle of flow and pull is seen as applicable only in a manufacturing environment. In fact, the principle can be applied in many different ways. On a recent trip to Kenya I had the pleasure of experiencing the "Matatu" bus service in Nairobi. It really got me thinking about the principle of flow and pull.
Many organizations assume that customer surveys tell them what their customers truly value. This approach has its limitations. There is a difference between customer satisfaction and customer value. These must link to strategy and deploy throughout the organization.