Management thought leader, and mentor on applying lean process thinking to every type of business, Daniel is dedicated to helping corporations to identify and achieve first-class performance levels throughout the globe. In his enlightening presentations he shows decision makers how, by implementing Lean Thinking, firms can do more with less, respond more quickly to customer needs, create more rewarding jobs for employees and reduce their impact on the environment.
- The Future of the Automotive Industry
- Lean Solutions
- Lean Thinking
- Supply Chain
- Organisational Development
- Management Distribution
- Integrated Transport & eCommerce Logistics
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An experienced speaker, Prof. Jones’ presentations are packed with practical, targeted advice that can be actioned by organisations wishing to increase efficiency and, therefore, profitability.
Founder and Chairman of the Lean Enterprise Academy in the U.K., Daniel T. Jones is a senior advisor to the Lean Enterprise Institute, management thought leader, and mentor on applying lean process thinking to every type of business. A sought-after keynoter, Jones also has organized Lean Summit conferences in Europe, including the Frontiers of Lean Summit, the First Global Lean Healthcare Summit, and the Lean Transformation Summit.
Jones advises organizations in different sectors on their lean transformations, helped establish the first company University in the UK at Unipart, wrote the UK Government’s Rethinking Construction report and Lean Thinking for the NHS. He organized the first Global Healthcare Summit, mentors a dozen hospitals in the UK, Italy and the USA and published Making Hospitals Work. Jones was the European Director of MIT’s Future of the Automobile and International Motor Vehicle Programs. He was an advisor to the grocery industry’s Efficient Consumer Response (ECR Europe) movement and Editor in Chief of the International Commerce Review. He continues to advise leading organisations across the world on lean management. Jones holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Sussex.
- Seeing The Whole Value Stream (with James P. Womack) (2011)
- Lean Solutions (with James P. Womack) (2005)
- Seeing the Whole (with James P. Womack) (2002)
- Lean Thinking (with James P. Womack) (1996)
- The Machine That Changed the World (with James P. Womack) (1990)
Presentation Languages: English