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Taking Individual and Company Lean Manufacturing Performance To New Heights

Five Back-to-Basics, LEAN management development and team training products that are helping
individuals and companies reach their full
growth and earning potentials


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"Back-to-Basics" history.

 


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Henry Ford: Creating Manufacturing BASICS

Henry Ford first introduced lean manufacturing BASICS at his River Rouge operation in 1920. Using his lean basics as the basis for his production line concept, the Model T Ford plant was able to go from receipt of iron ore to casting the engine block, to machining the engine block, to building the engine and shipping it in a final assembled car in an astonishing forty-eight hours. Now that's LEAN!

 

Vince Lombardi: Mastering the BASICS

Many years ago Vince Lombardi led the Green Bay Packers football team to unprecedented success by having an almost obsessive focus on mastering the BASICS of football.

It’s amazing how many individuals and companies have great visions yet fail to achieve their full growth and earning potentials. They're a lot like the Green Bay Packers' football team before the arrival of Vince Lombardi... all the potential in the world but with not enough focus on executing the BASICS of their business and profession. 
 

 

Below you'll find my five Back-to-Basics, lean management development and team training options. The "WHAT TO DO" and the "HOW-TO-DO IT" for a successful lean transformation:

All five products are available at a special discount
for "Back-to-Basics Believers
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Option No. 01: Bill Gaw's, Back-to-Basics, Lean Manufacturing e-Library

Lean Manufacturing Training: Assessment & PlanningKaizen Stock Photo

Lean Manufacturing transformation is not an "add water and stir" initiative. You can't just decide one day to become Lean and think it will happen overnight. You need to determine what constraints are impeding your ability to increase speed, improve quality, and eliminate non-value-added activities.

Bill's  Lean Manufacturing e-Library will help your manufacturing and operations teams develop and implement change initiatives to plan and implement  a successful Best-in-Class Lean  transformation, 

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Option No. 02:  Lean Manufacturing Back-to-Basics, Simulation Game

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Lean Manufacturing Training

Unless all employees participating in the Lean transformation are convinced that the transformation initiative is important to individual and company success, its Lean transformation will not achieve  nor exceed expectations.

The  Lean Manufacturing Simulation Game adds pizzazz and effectiveness to a company's training program. Most important, it gains the required company-wide understanding, commitment, support and participation required for an out-of-the-park, best-in-class, Lean Manufacturing transformation.

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Option No. 03:  Back-to-Basics, Lean Manufacturing Team Training Program

Lean Management Training: Kaizen Lean Manufacturing Simulation GameLean Manufacturing Training:  Kaizen

If your team training program could use a boost or you've yet to initiate a DIY program, here's an opportunity to take an action that is guaranteed to help your Lean manufacturing teams become empowered, self-directed, back-to-basics winners.

Even with the best plan, successful implementation will be evasive if there is not a genuine commitment to meaningful employee training. Bill's Back-to-Basics, lean manufacturing training program transfer his "been there, done that" lean manufacturing knowledge and "how to" skills developed and implemented in three company success stories 

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Option No. 04:  Certified Lean Manufacturing Champion (CLMC)

Lean Manufacturing Training: Certification

Below are the  words of Mike Myatt, a management advisor to Fortune 500 CEOs and Boards and a Senior Fellow at the Gordian Institute. He is widely regarded as America's Top CEO Coach.

      ”Don’t train leaders, coach them, mentor them, disciple
        them, and develop them, but please don’t attempt to
        train them.”  

      ”Training is something leaders dread and will try to avoid,
       whereas they will embrace and look forward to development.
       Development is nuanced, contextual, collaborative, fluid, and
       above all else, actionable.”

Such writings inspired me, Bill Gaw, to develop a Back-to-Basics, Management Development Program with one-on-one e-Coaching that marries Mr. Myatt's management development philosophy with my "been there, done that" Back-to-Basics, Lean manufacturing and operation excellence knowledge and "make-it-happen" skills. The result was the creation of the program:: Certified Lean Manufacturing Champion (CLMC)

As a Certified Lean Manufacturing Champion you will  have mastered the knowledge of Lean Manufacturing and develop the "know how" required to successfully guide a successful transformation.

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Option No. 05:  The Back-to-Basics, Lean Manufacturing, Freelance Consultant, Business-in-a-Box

Have you ever had any of  these thoughts:

 
      *  I've been in this job too long!
       *  I'm tired of job hunting!
       *  I hate getting up in the morning!
       *  I see no opportunities for advancement!
       *  There must be a better way to make a living!
       *  On my current income curve, I may never be able to retire!

A successful consulting business has three requisites:

Marketing Know-how, a Proven Program, and Leadership Skills

All three of these requisites can be acquired and quickly put to use via a new and exciting business product: Bill Gaw's "Lean Manufacturing, Freelance Consultant, Business-in-a-Box."

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Take-a-Break With Bill Gaw

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