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Keivan Zokaei is the co-author of “Creating a Lean and Green Business System: Techniques for Improving Profits and Sustainability,” which won the Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award in 2014. The other authors include Hunter Lovins, Andy Wood, and Peter Hines.
Prior to establishing the consulting group Enterprise Excellence, he was a partner at SA Partners and was a director at the Lean Enterprise Research Centre (LERC) at Cardiff University.
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Keivan Zokaei is the co-author of “Creating a Lean and Green Business System: Techniques for Improving Profits and Sustainability,” which won the Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award in 2014. His pieces of information about birthdate, the month of birth, age are not yet revealed yet but stay ready for the update soon
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Keivan is a lean and sustainability (green) expert, and a well-published author specializing in lean and green, supply chain optimization and operations excellence. He is the co-author of the Shingo Prize-winning book “Creating a Lean & Green Business System”
Previously, he was a director at the Lean Enterprise Research Centre (a birthplace of ‘lean management’). He has led major transformation projects within large organizations, as well as medium and small-sized businesses.
He is an Honorary Visiting Professor at the University of Buckingham, with years of experience at the cutting edge of lean thinking, specializing in operations management and supply chain management. Previously Keivan was a director at the Lean Enterprise Research Centre at Cardiff University.
He has worked on major projects in manufacturing, FMCG and service industries working with organizations such as Wartsila, Rolls Royce, Unilever, Scottish Government, Welsh Assembly Government, Wales Audit Office, Tesco, WalMart (ASDA), Marks and Spencer, Kraft, CO-OP, Spar, Whitbread, 3663, Finlays, Greencore, GKN, ASSA ABLOY and many more. Keivan worked extensively on lean projects in the service sector (both private and public sectors) in utilities, banking, and council public services.
Keivan has also undertaken to visit roles at following universities, particularly in delivering executive workshops or postgraduate training, at:
* IfM, Cambridge University (doctoral workshops)
* LERC, Cardiff University, UK (executive and degree courses)
* University of Warwick, UK (executive and degree courses)
* Buckingham University (external examiner and honorary visiting professor)
* Universidade Federal do the Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil (Masters workshop)
* Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain (workshop)
* University of South Australia, Australia (workshop)
Keivan has also been an advisor to the Auditor General in Wales on how to improve public services and has advised different European governments on the principles of lean and systems thinking as well as publishing a number of key reports commissioned by governmental or industrial bodies.
He is a regular speaker at different international conferences and engages with both lean professionals and general business executives through public media including appearances on BBC.
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Keivan Zokaei is a lean thinker, management consultant and author of several titles. He is an Honorary Visiting Professor at the University of Buckingham with years of experience at the cutting edge of lean thinking specializing in operations management and supply chain management.
Previously Keivan was a director at the Lean Enterprise Research Centre at Cardiff University. His pieces of information about marriages, Wife, Family, Children are not yet revealed yet but stay ready for the update soon
Creating a Lean and Green Business System: Keivan Zokaei
Techniques for Improving Profits and Sustainability
Things that are good for the planet are also good for business. Numerous studies from the likes of the Economist Intelligence Unit, Harvard, MIT Sloan, and others indicate that organizations that commit to goals of zero waste, zero harmful emissions, and zero use of nonrenewable resources clearly outperform their competition. Read also about Hayley Minogue
Like lean thinking, greening your business is not just a `nice to have’; at least not anymore. It is now a key economic driver for many forward-looking firms.
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This book is packed with case studies and examples that illustrate how leading firms use lean and green as simultaneous sources of inspiration in various sectors of the industry – from automotive and retail to textile and brewing. Take Toyota as an example, the holy grail of economic efficiency for decades.
This book shows that Toyota tops the green chart too, describing Toyota’s notion of Monozukuri: sustainable manufacturing.
Creating a Lean and Green Business System: Techniques for Improving Profits and Sustainability offers opportunities for innovation that can simultaneously reduce dependence on natural resources and enhance global prosperity.
It explores less understood aspects of lean and green – discussing their evolution independently as well as the opportunities that exist in their integration, highlighting the importance of a cultural shift across the whole company.
Outlining a systematic way to eliminate harmful waste while generating green value, the book explains how to:
Become economically successful and environmentally sustainable by adopting the lean and green business system model
Adopt a systematic approach to become lean and green, and develop your own roadmap to success
Use the cutting edge tools, techniques, and methodologies developed by the authors
Translate the techniques and culture that underpin lean into environmental improvements
Creating a Lean and Green Business System: Techniques for Improving Profits and Sustainability supplies a new way of thinking that will allow you to boost improvement efforts and create a positively charged work environment – while contributing to the long-term well-being of the environment.