Delivering and Sustaining Improvement
Through Lean Management Techniques

Combining tools and techniques, top down and bottom up, to ensure your Lean activities are successful and most importantly are sustained and continually improved.

Our Process

Capability Build

Through workshops, training and reviews

Problem Solving

By following the 8 Step A3 method for identifying root causes to problems and their countermeasures

Waste Reduction

Through value stream mapping, team engagement and classic 8 Waste analysis

Our clients include

  • 50-150 000 people!
  • SME to global corporate
  • Geography – local to global
  • Sectors:
    • Manufacturing – Automotive, Aerospace, FMCG, Pharma, refining, recycling, chemical, food
    • Retail
    • Transport
    • Education
    • Medical

Your Bespoke Solution


Tool and Techniques

We will help you diagnose the specific tools that you need to help support your journey and solve your problems, developing your workshop based deployment.


We provide bespoke and off the shelf training for Business Process and manufacturing improvement.

Engagement and Oversight

We provide short and long term engagements to support your Lean activities and Lean management system deployment.

Understanding Lean Management Processes

Seven tips to kick start the Lean Office

1. Connecting with people: When Lean starts it is normally in the factory and it is driven by frontline improvement events, which require operators and supervisors to be involved because the process of making things is what they do. Management does not try to...

5 Benefits of improving your business processes

5 Benefits of improving your business processes 1. You can sell more. By improving your quotation process through reducing the lead-time and making it faster, it gives you more opportunity to negotiate with the customer and win. Your speed of response will also...

The Importance of Lean Management Systems

The Importance of Lean Leadership systems  Why are Lean Leadership systems important? - is a question often asked after a Lean pilot implementation has failed. This leads to the next challenge: “How do you make the new Lean system stick” The Lean deployment journey is...

What is Lean Management?

What is Lean Management? Lean management consists of 3 key elements: 1) Lean tools, system and structure: Many organisations will start their Lean journey through the application of specific Lean tools or a part of the Lean system. Manufacturing often starts with...

With Neil’s depth of experience, he was able to share alternative ways of looking at the challenges,

James Gale

Neil joined us during an extremely busy stage of startup at Cremer UK, where we had just finished installation of the factory and needed to ramp up the facility quickly to deliver customer demand. Despite the challenges of a startup Neil was able to calmly set direction to the teams, ensuring that problems were solved rather than simply contained. With Neil’s depth of experience, he was able to share alternative ways of looking at the challenges, and this was demonstrated during our management team strategy setting sessions. I will gladly work with Neil again in the future, and would recommend him to anyone in need of taking their organisation further on the continuous improvement journey.