St Andrews Lean Consulting

Improving Processes For Sustainable Growth

St Andrews Lean Consulting offers a blend of bespoke training, practical support, and guidance to organisations at different stages of their growth.

We work with all levels of staff and end customers to support them in their pursuit of process excellence within their organisation.

By providing theoretical and practical training we enable organisations to assess their ideas and consider their own commercial potential. We work with teams to improve processes, transfer skills and change culture within organisations. Our approach is founded on an intimate understanding of business processes, governance structures and organisational behaviours.


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St Andrews Lean Consulting

St Andrews Lean Consulting is a process improvement consultancy that is passionate about success and sustainable results. Establishing our reputation as experts over the last decade has enabled us to develop and utilise tools that are proven to work across a wide range of organisations from different sectors. We change culture through improving process and …

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The University of St Andrews

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 …

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The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. Its introduction has fundamentally reshaped how data is handled across every sector. We all know that change is scary, especially when it’s something as big as the GDPR (with severe consequences for getting it wrong). Although becoming …

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Hello readers, Today we are discussing Ishikawa diagrams, or in the spirit of the end of the Scottish salmon season later this month, Fishbone diagrams. Although I emphasise that no fish were harmed in the making of this blog. Sometimes, when trying to work out the cause of a problem, we can’t see the wood …

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