Lean & Agile Ways of Working

  • We don’t tell you how to improve your business, we lead the change. PBI Coaches are actively involved in the application of the approaches selected, driving the implementation of tools and techniques, teaching by showing.
  • PBI uses focused application of proven Continuous Improvement (CI) methods to rapidly improve business performance. Our experts draw on their extensive experience when problem solving using Lean, Six Sigma, Scrum and other improvement techniques, underpinned by strong change management practices.
  • We provide full project lifecycle support from clear problem definition through sustainable implementation of improvements.
  • The substantial results we generate are measurable and signed off by the client.

You might be interested in these training resources

  • Kaizen Event

    A Kaizen Event is a facilitated event which utilises an organisation’s in-house expertise in a very focused manner to aggressively work a specific problem or process, delivering results in a fast and sustainable manner.

  • Value Stream Mapping (VSM)

    A VSM is a process which harnesses the knowledge of the team, the in-house process experts, to create an agreed picture of the process and the wastes and challenges that exist within it. Importantly, it also allows in a controlled, but engaging way, the opportunity for people to identify potential solutions to the issues identified.

  • Project Charter

    A Project Charter is a concise single page document used to frame and define an improvement opportunity. It describes and gives context to a specific problem impacting performance, and sets SMART objectives to improve the performance.

  • Scrum

    Scrum is a framework for effective team collaboration, developed to be used on complex adaptive products, its often described as agile project management.

  • Kanban

    Kan-Ban is Japanese word that literally means ‘signal card.’ Initially created for manufacturing, it is a means of giving accurate production information to an upstream process. Workers at each step of the process are not allowed to do work unless signalled by a kanban from a downstream step.

  • Line Balancing

    Line balancing concerns the redistribution of operators and/or machines to meet the customer driven Takt Time.