Think broadly, act personally and manage your Lean business strategy.
Today’s market forces are overturning the status quo and coercing significant, fundamental changes in nearly every business. All the changes you need to make – operational changes, organizational changes, process changes – derive from basic strategic choices. So we align Lean with the deployment of your business strategy. It’s a crucial distinction. And the only way to make Lean meaningful to the future of your company. Lean offers more than process improvement. Lean is the catalyst of a sophisticated business system which, when implemented holistically, functions effectively. By applying the principles of Lean broadly, we help you to optimize your business model, not just specific assets. The difference is sustained profitability and growth.
Lean Horizons Consulting is a partner with a deep, experience-based understanding of business strategy in general and Lean business in particular. Our people, processes and knowledge transfer originate with the Toyota Production System. The logic for TPS purity at our core is compelling: honoring the disciplines and culture behind TPS means success for you. Mentored by Taiichi Ohno’s direct lieutenants, we proved ourselves in business. Our lineage and hands-on mastery of Lean, together, provide you with the knowledge and seasoned executives required to create lasting value during any business condition. In other words, we show you how to use Lean as your business strategy’s best competitive weapon on a shifting battleground. Because when the field is level, you can compete aggressively, defeat the odds and change the game.
Start quickly. Keep going.
We address your most immediate needs first – such as eliminating waste from routine processes – and produce results that cannot be ignored. Then we broaden the sphere of your transformation to all business processes and finally to up- and downstream partners in order to optimize the whole value stream. We help your people and partners reach the point where Lean thinking and actions are practiced naturally, every day, on the shop floor, in engineering and logistics, throughout the back-office and service operations—in fact, all across your business ecosystem. So you, too, can challenge perfection and keep Lean going.