'Lean Thinking' in Africa

By Bizclik Editor

Q1: As one of the first researchers to introduce lean concepts into South Africa, where did your journey begin?



Q2: Having gained a close-up view of Toyota South Africa at a point when the firm was just beginning to learn about the lean concept, where did you go from there? 



Q3: At that time, South Africa was going through a lot of political changes, how did South African manufacturers respond to the lean concept?



Q4: Having recently explored the application of Lean principles to the healthcare sector, what changes have you seen?



Q5: In what way are you looking to promote the adoption of lean in African organizations?



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