Nowadays, all good results obtained in terms of safety, quality, productivity and delivery seems to be linked to lean implementation. Whilst the implementation of lean methodologies has positive potential, there are a large number of companies that fail to establish a lean culture. This article explores the purpose of lean transformation and how it impacts organizations that set out on a lean implementation journey.
Ronel is a Toyota Production System consultant and expert with 30 years’ experience working for Toyota in Peru and Argentina.
Lorenzo is a Mechanical Engineer, and holds a Masters in Industrial Engineering. He has solid experience in managerial positions at multinational and local companies, and proven achievements in operational excellence integrating TPM and lean tools.
Nicole is an Industrial Engineer with extensive experience within the areas of operations, planning, processes, quality, change management, continuous improvement, lean methodology and cultural transformation.
Esteban is an Industrial Engineer and holds degrees as ontological coach, lean six sigma and lead auditor in quality management systems. He has more than 20 years of experience in multinational organisations and in small and medium-sized companies, where he has held management positions in quality and operational excellence areas.
Santiago is an expert in implementing operational excellence programs and digital transformation projects within retail and financial services companies, with excellent results achieving resource efficiency and impact on customer experience.
Miguel is a commercial engineer from Diego Portales University, with a degree in continuous improvement, and 15 years’ experience both in Chile and abroad in FMCG and supply chain.
Pierre has 20 years experience in the deployment of lean manufacturing and management concepts and tools in the automotive industry. He also has a wealth of experience in managing director positions within medium and large companies.