Lean Management

Lean Management

Your challenges

Your challenges

You would like to introduce Lean Management in your company or organisation

  • … with deployment adapted to your rhythm and the scope you want
  • … with tools adapted to the context of your roles and your staff

Your goals

Understanding your roles and their technical and cultural features and knowing your environment (customers, suppliers, partners etc.)

  • Increasing your awareness of the principles and tools of Lean Management
  • Support for your teams in the first improvement projects, including assistance with the processes and tools and the human changes required (Change Management)
  • Support in the definition of your deployment strategy, introducing project-mode operation
Your goals
Our method

Our method

lean-management-02The introduction of Lean Management is based on:

  • A phase of increasing the Management Committee’s awareness of the principles and tools of Lean Management
  • A phase to define the deployment strategy with the Management Committee: the vision of change, issues, scope, pace, supervision in project mode
  • A deployment phase including:
    • training for managers
    • support for managers in the first projects
    • support for managerial change
  • Steering committee meetings where deployment can be reviewed regularly and adjusted if necessary
  • A review of the deployment carried out
  • Defining a long-term operation for ensuring that the improvement undertaken continues in the future

Our approach

To ensure that Lean Management is introduced successfully in your company or organisation, our consultancy approach is based on:

  • Applying an approach that positions all the staff at the centre of the change process as key players in the successful introduction of Lean Management
  • Defining and adapting together the appropriate tools of continuous improvement, without prejudgement or dogmatism
  • Supporting the board and managers through the profound managerial changes involved in the approach (see Change Management)
  • Providing rapid training with an emphasis on practical applications in the projects rather than theory
  • Helping managers to lead projects by providing support and advice, but not supplanting their role
  • Encouraging people to think and act independently to ensure their commitment to the approach
Our approach

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Contact us
To optimise your projects and processes, contact  Cécile Danion Project & Process Optimisation Consultant & coach OPTIDIA 4B rue de la Doulline 69340 Francheville - France T +33 (0)6 43 57 40 19 @ cecile.danion@optidia.com Retrouvez-moi sur Viadeo Retrouvez-moi sur Linkedin
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My goals: adapting to your context, establishing a relationship of trust while asking tough questions, bringing my high standards and rigour to every mission you entrust to me.

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Targeting continuous improvement and quality for her clients, Cécile Danion, industrial project management and process performance consultant and founder of Optidia, is a certified member of the AQCERA consultants' network, the Association of Consultancy Quality – www.aqcera.net labels
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  • Project risk management

Good preparation before the workshops. [...] During the workshop, very good grasp of the subject. Good soft skills during the workshops (you challenge without being brusque) […]"VT, portfolio manager, pharmaceutical industry

Quickly understood the problem and the context of the company. Asked relevant questions and respected the timetable and deadlines defined" AG, project manager, process industry.

Adapted the approach to the audience […] great flexibility in how the meeting unfolded." FL, project manager, metallurgy industry