St Andrews Lean Consulting is a subsidiary of the University of St Andrews, offering bespoke Lean consultancy services to higher education institutions, and public, private, and charitable organisations.
The company was formally established in January 2016, however, its origins stem from the internationally-renowned University of St Andrews Lean Team, who have been providing consultancy services to national and international educational institutions and government bodies since 2007.
Our approach is founded on an intimate understanding of business processes, governance structures and organisational behaviours, particularly those which define higher education. We have tailored our approach to bring about change to operational efficiency, organisational culture, and staff effectiveness.
To discuss how we might be able to help you and your organisation, please get in contact.
AIEN ARISTEUEIN – EVER TO EXCEL When it was founded a decade ago, the University of St Andrews Lean Team had one objective: To eliminate non-value-adding activity so that the University could focus its energy on teaching and research. Through more than 150 Rapid Improvement Events and over 50 standalone training sessions, the Team brought …Learn more
Founded in the fifteenth century, St Andrews is Scotland’s first university and the third oldest in the English speaking world. Teaching began in the community of St Andrews in 1410 and the University was formally constituted by the issue of a papal bull in 1413. Today, the University of St Andrews is home to over …Learn more
Running a small business involves wearing a lot of different hats. Whether that’s problem solver or communicator, organiser or financial whizz, sometimes we need a little extra help. However, in this age of technology, there are so many solutions in the form of Apps that the selection process can often be intimidating. As we dart …Read more
Finlay Miller, a lean consultant at the University of St Andrews, presents a light-hearted and personal look at the world of lean in cyberspace. The pitfalls and problems involved with bringing lean into the World Wide Web and how lean ideas can tackle the proliferation of non-value adding ephemera.Working with the web and its people …Read more