Lean Information<br />What is Lean Information about?<br />
fundamentals of business<br />get suppliers to provide most relevant service and products<br />get customers to buy the se...
how does the suppliers know what the business want/or need = information that explains your needs<br />what changes the mi...
many types of information plays a part<br />the systems, reports, data<br />experience, knowledge, ability of the individu...
Lets represent the total package that makeup the ‘information’ that a person uses as<br />
Every moment of the day the business as a collection of all the systems and people produces a constant stream of informati...
Let’s represent the information that is produced and available to the  suppliers/staff/customers as<br />
Now think about4 types of people<br />Yourself<br />Someone that reports to you<br />Someone on the same level<br />Someon...
Think of the information that each person need or should have<br />Simon<br />Mary<br />Tanya<br />Chris<br />
Now think of the information that is produced and is available for them in the business<br />
Now overlay it<br />
The areas of NO overlap is potentially wasted effort or poor information resulting in sub optimised actions<br />
Now do that for every member of staff, every customer, every supplier<br />
Aligning these are <br />Lean Information<br />Increase the value of information<br />Reduce the waste<br />
Lean principle 1: Value<br />The customer/staff havethe information he needs or should have<br />
Lean principle 2: Value stream<br />The information is highly effective<br />Quality = <br />Relevant; accurate; visual; o...
Lean principle 3: Flow<br />The lifecycle of the information flows without waste<br />Reduce wasted effort in<br /> record...
Lean principle 4: Needed<br />Producing only the information that is needed/used<br />Reduce wasted effort of producing in...
Lean principle 5: Perfection<br />Responding to the rapidly changing needs, tools, demands<br />Strive for perfection<br />
Executive sponsorship<br />Team commit-ment<br />Team training to deploy<br />Maximise value<br />Reduce Waste<br />Review...
LAMININ SOLUTIONS<br />your partner to:<br />0845 077 7774<br />leroux@lamininsolutions.com<br />www.lamininsolutions.com<...
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  1. 1. Lean Information<br />What is Lean Information about?<br />
  2. 2. fundamentals of business<br />get suppliers to provide most relevant service and products<br />get customers to buy the service or product (not from others)<br />get the people in the business to turn all the knobs, make everything happen to achieve this<br />
  3. 3. how does the suppliers know what the business want/or need = information that explains your needs<br />what changes the mind of the customers = information/experience that meet their expectation<br />What does every member of staff use to achieve their objective = information about the task at hand<br />
  4. 4. many types of information plays a part<br />the systems, reports, data<br />experience, knowledge, ability of the individual <br />environmental and external data and influence<br />anecdotal, unstructured information<br />
  5. 5. Lets represent the total package that makeup the ‘information’ that a person uses as<br />
  6. 6. Every moment of the day the business as a collection of all the systems and people produces a constant stream of information<br />
  7. 7. Let’s represent the information that is produced and available to the suppliers/staff/customers as<br />
  8. 8. Now think about4 types of people<br />Yourself<br />Someone that reports to you<br />Someone on the same level<br />Someone that you report to<br />
  9. 9. Think of the information that each person need or should have<br />Simon<br />Mary<br />Tanya<br />Chris<br />
  10. 10. Now think of the information that is produced and is available for them in the business<br />
  11. 11. Now overlay it<br />
  12. 12. The areas of NO overlap is potentially wasted effort or poor information resulting in sub optimised actions<br />
  13. 13. Now do that for every member of staff, every customer, every supplier<br />
  14. 14. Aligning these are <br />Lean Information<br />Increase the value of information<br />Reduce the waste<br />
  15. 15. Lean principle 1: Value<br />The customer/staff havethe information he needs or should have<br />
  16. 16. Lean principle 2: Value stream<br />The information is highly effective<br />Quality = <br />Relevant; accurate; visual; on time; <br />
  17. 17. Lean principle 3: Flow<br />The lifecycle of the information flows without waste<br />Reduce wasted effort in<br /> recording - > processing - > using - > storing - > discarding<br />
  18. 18. Lean principle 4: Needed<br />Producing only the information that is needed/used<br />Reduce wasted effort of producing information that is not used<br />
  19. 19. Lean principle 5: Perfection<br />Responding to the rapidly changing needs, tools, demands<br />Strive for perfection<br />
  20. 20. Executive sponsorship<br />Team commit-ment<br />Team training to deploy<br />Maximise value<br />Reduce Waste<br />Review & repeat<br />Evaluate result, Do the same in other areas<br />Identify blockages, implement best available solutions<br />Identify waste traps, Reduce waste<br />Enable team to maximise information value<br />Set objective for team<br />Commit to lean vision<br />Establish lean information culture<br />Lean Information can add 10 – 20% productivity for the average information worker<br />
  21. 21. LAMININ SOLUTIONS<br />your partner to:<br />0845 077 7774<br />leroux@lamininsolutions.com<br />www.lamininsolutions.com<br />

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