Lean management is based around maximizing the use of one’s resources. It would seem to be a simple matter, but professional practice often shows otherwise. This is where external support in the form of a lean management audit can prove invaluable.
Advice from specialists, trainers and business psychologists will help you find areas and processes with potential for improvement. Sometimes during an audit the view of one’s own operations and business environment is expanded. That’s why it’s a good idea to invite an outsider to make an independent assessment of your company.
A book could be written about the advantages of managing in a lean culture. Certainly, many of your competitors run their businesses using this very approach. With an independent audit, you’ll find many areas for improvement. See what benefits this will bring to your company.