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Daniel T. Jones

by Roland Buresund last modified 2010-05-15 21:20

Founder and Chairman of the Lean Enterprise Academy in the U.K., Daniel T. Jones is a senior advisor to the Lean Enterprise Institute, management thought leader, and mentor on applying lean process thinking to every type of business.

He is the author with James P. Womack of the influential and popular management books that describe the principles and practice of lean thinking in production, The Machine that Changed the World, and Lean Thinking: Banish Waste and Create Wealth in Your Organization, and the workbook Seeing the Whole. Their most recent book, Lean Solutions: How Companies and Customers Can Create Value and Wealth Together, extends these ideas to consumption, provision, and service delivery. He is the publisher of Breaking Through to Flow, Creating Lean Dealers, and Making Hospitals Work. A sought-after keynoter, Jones also has organized Lean Summit conferences in Europe, including the Frontiers of Lean Summit, the First Global Lean Healthcare Summit, and the Lean Transformation Summit.

Jones is an advisor to organizations making lean transformations, including Unipart, where he helped establish the first company university in the U.K., Tesco, and Portsmouth Hospital. Jones was the European Director of MIT's Future of the Automobile and International Motor Vehicle Programs. After a research career at the National Institute for Economic and Social Research in London, the Sussex European Research Centre, and Science Policy Research Unit at Sussex University, he was appointed Professor of Manufacturing Management and founded the Lean Enterprise Research Centre at Cardiff University Business School. He was a member of the U.K. government's task forces on Rethinking Construction, Manufacturing Futures, Automotive Innovation, and Growth and Skills for Sustainable Communities. He is advisor to the European Efficient Consumer Response movement and editor of the International Commerce Review. Jones holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Sussex.

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