Fun, Sun, and Team One CLN Members came together for networking, food, and fun at our CLN Picnic on June 15th. We had a great time learning about each other’s passions with Lean, exchanging business cards for future partnerships, and participating in the Marshmallow Challenge! Thank you to those who donated to cover our … Continue reading 2018 Picnic Recap:
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Implementing and Sustaining Organizational Lean Process Improvement So you’ve started your Lean transformation – integrating Lean tools, events and methodologies. But change is hard. How do you sustain the transformation and continue to grow and improve after the hype of your initial implementation wears off? Find out at this CLN Quarterly Kaizen Event hosted by … Continue reading Q3 2018 Quarterly Kaizen at CDOT
From Tools to Transformation: The Journey to Performance Excellence The Colorado Lean Network, along with our humble host, the Denver Health Lean Academy, will be taking you on a journey toward world-class performance excellence during the 2018 Colorado Lean Summit! Event Recap Lean is not just about how to utilize tools or run events. For … Continue reading 2018 Colorado Lean Summit
Post-Event Recap DESCRIPTION Let's enjoy the warmer weather with a spring picnic and get to know other CLN members in the process. This event will be geared toward giving you an opportunity to connect with other CLN members and learn more about their expertise. We will start off the afternoon with a BBQ picnic and … Continue reading CLN Networking Picnic
Event Overview Thank you to all who attended the 2018 Quarterly Kaizen at Lutheran and helped make the event successful for all. Over 60 Colorado Lean Network (“CLN”) members from all industries attended the event where CLN Lean champions took the opportunity teach new Lean tools to the group, while applying those tools to … Continue reading A look back at the March 2018 Quarterly Kaizen at Lutheran
The New Year is just around the corner, which means most are taking a little time to reflect. It's a time filled with renewed energy and drive for change, with many making resolutions and planning strategies for an even more successful 2018. While creating mission statements are traditionally a Lean/Hoshin tool, it also fits well for those who perpetually set New Years Resolutions that don't result in change.
How do you stop people from painting themselves into a corner, by stating a solution, as a problem...? We explore one simple technique to break-away and start thinking about problems, instead of their symptoms.
Thank you to all who attended our 2017 Annual Lean Summit. Walking into the morning session it was obvious to all the house was packed and ready to talk Lean. Over 120 CLN members from all industries attended the event. Michael Shull, Lean Strategy Manager for the Colorado Lean Network stated “From Wyoming to Colorado … Continue reading 2017 Annual Lean Summit Review
There seems to be an underlying inferno of missing information that we're simply not capturing. We can't touch it or measure it using our most powerful excel or mini-tab graphs. It's more difficult to capture and harder to analyze. I'm talking about qualitative data.