Our purpose: A better public sector. Every day.
We have adapted Lean for office, service and government. We participated in a Japan Lean Study Tour, including a visit at Toyota Lexus, to deepen our understanding of Lean based on the Toyota Production System (TPS). We developed a Lean as science curriculum that applies to office and service workplaces. We co-authored Lean: Manage work as a flow system 2nd edition. We co-authored the paper “Lean: it’s not rocket science, it’s work science” that illustrates how Lean is collaborative science, based on flow, which integrates flow at the process/organizational level and at team and individual levels. Nos services sont également offerts en français.
We are socially responsible and practice it every day:
- we maintain low prices that ensure value for clients (and for the ultimate clients of government, taxpayers)
- we develop Lean capacity in organizations and instill a scientific culture of self-improvement
- we help build a Lean Community of Practice
- we foster continuous improvement and Lean networking and sponsor Lean Professional Development Days
France Bergeron – Lean Coach, Author and Consultant Follow @FBergeronLean
France has over 25 years of experience in the Canadian federal public service. She has worked in line departments, central agencies and served as an officer in the Canadian Forces. She also has experience working with municipal and provincial governments. With a Master of Science degree in management and organizational development, she has extensive Lean experience, having started implementing Lean in the Canadian federal government in 2012. She facilitated numerous Lean for government events and trained over 3,000 public sector employees in the Nation’s Capital and in regions across Canada. France co-authored the Lean: Manage work as a flow system 2nd edition book and the Lean for Government Champion’s Handbook: Launching and ensuring success for your Lean for government project. France also co-authored “Lean: it’s not rocket science, it’s work science“. She participated in the development of a Lean curriculum at a post-secondary institution in Ottawa. Participated in a Japan Lean Study Tour and published her experience on social media to foster broader learning. She has been an engaging Lean speaker at numerous government gatherings across Canada, in French and in English. France launched the Lean for Government website in 2013. Join France on LinkedIn.
“A great introduction to lean.”
according to Daniel T. Jones, internationally-renowned Lean thinker and co-author of the world’s first books on Lean commenting on the 1st edition. More info.
Joanne Gaudet – Lean as Science and Social and Organizational Network Analysis Consultant Follow @GaudetJ_99
Fluently bilingual, Joanne has over ten years of experience in change management. She combines work experience in post-secondary institutions, in consulting and as a business owner with graduate research in science studies. Her Lean experience includes co-facilitating Lean for government events and helping train hundreds of public servants in the Nation’s Capital and in regional offices. She co-authored the Lean: Manage work as a flow system 2nd edition book, the Lean for Government Champion’s Handbook: Launching and ensuring success for your Lean for government project and the paper “Lean: it’s not rocket science, it’s work science“. She developed the social network analysis Mobilization-Network approach to capture deep knowledge mobilization and ignorance mobilization for individual research laboratories and academic organizations and networks. She has delivered social network analysis workshops to graduate students and university professors. She has also developed and published on the ignorance mobilization concept that acknowledges the dynamic relationship between knowledge and ignorance in science. This is especially pertinent for Lean that is based on a scientific approach to problem solving. See her book chapter on ignorance in science policymaking and science evaluation. Participated in a Japan Lean Study Tour to deepen her understanding of Lean as the science of flow in the workplace. Joanne maintains ties with academia through research projects, through the management of http://sociologyofignorance.com as well as being a member of the European Flow Researchers Network and the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada.
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