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Randy Siever introduces The Lean Office

The Leaning Edge
January 19, 2017 7:30 PM

Randy Siever.jpgIn a conversation with Debra Levantrosser, Randy Siever introduced The Lean Office during the January episode of Leaning Edge.

Randy graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and an MBA from the University of Kentucky. Following graduation, Randy joined LeanCor Supply Chain Group in 2007.

As the company grew, Randy was promoted, eventually becoming the Director of Operations. During his time at LeanCor, Randy’s focus included hiring and team member development, overseeing the implementation of new logistics customers, and working with his team to develop a Lean culture within the office.

In 2014, Randy left LeanCor to found NovIntu Software Solutions with his business partner, Colin Willis. The company helps individuals and organizations better see and perform their work by implementing custom software and visual management solutions, including their own product, The Lean Office. He also serves as an adjunct professor for Supply Chain Management at the University of Kentucky’s Gatton College of Business & Economics. Randy lives in Lexington, Kentucky with his wife and two sons.

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The Leaning Edge, hosted by Debra Levantrosser, she speaks with leaders, implementers and believers in the lean philosophy to share their successes and struggles in hopes that they will help others in their lean journey.

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The “Lean” philosophy refers to engaging and involving all levels of employees in development of ideas to provide value to customers by aiming for high quality, low cost and short lead time. A specific kind of leadership style is seen in successful lean organizations which includes rewarding experimentation and developing people into problem solvers.

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