McKinsey Lean Consulting Job Posted


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    Deep Lean Specialist

    As client demand in lean transformation has grown, so too has our demand for distinctive lean consultants. The primary role of a Deep Lean Specialist is to work as a client effacing consultant, a consultant to other client teams, and as a forward thinking knowledge builder in the best practices of lean transformation. Focusing on the big picture, Deep Lean Specialists use their knowledge to drive change in system and network redesign, as well as improvements to the overall execution of a system – thus the work will range from shop floor improvements to fundamental changes in work processes, and information and material flows.

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