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Nevada Industry Excellence staff went out of their way to integrate themselves into our organization, made a logical assessment of our needs and assisted us every step of the way to implement the best ideas of Lean Manufacturing.
Electronics Branch Manager
Young Electric Sign Company (YESCo)
I wanted to thank you again for allowing our team leaders to attend the course. Several of them came back energized about the concepts they had learned and we've started making changes to our flow lines as a result.
Las Vegas Plant Leader
We use Nevada Industry Excellence's local resources to supplement our management team here at Dura-Bond. Customized training is just one of the benefits realized not to mention the savings in time and money.
Dura-Bond Bearing Company
Training Puts Wind in Company's Sales. With the stellar training coordination of NVIE, North Sails Minden has reduced waste by nearly eliminating defects which resulted in higher throughput. The lean journey is simple with NVIE by your side.
Operations-Production Manager Management
NVIE Interviews with the Nevada Newsmakers Program
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Avoid the 5 Fallacies of Lean Practices | Nevada Industry Excellence
Many businesses looking to reduce operational waste may see lean practices as a perfect solution. Many times, these businesses do not fully understand lean. Director Mark D Anderson of Nevada Industry Excellence explains the many fallacies of lean and further defines the practice. Fallacy #1: Implementation of Lean Practices rely only on Lean Tools Businesses...