2019 JLC Value Proposition << Download
The Jacksonville Lean Consortium (“LeanJax”) is a member-driven non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and leveraging Lean Thinking’s culture and methods throughout the First Coast (Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler Nassau, Putnam, and St. Johns counties). Our members arise from all business sectors and are committed to promoting continuous improvement and respect for people, striving for operational excellence in their organizations, and spurring economic growth in the region.
Monthly Lean Leader Meetings (includes facility tour, host presentation on their Lean implementation, and Q/A session)
Training courses utilizing “learn by doing” approach (select courses offered on-site).
Access to all training course materials and LeanJax standard work. (checklists, templates, guides, activities, etc…)
Two (1-2 day) rapid improvement events facilitated by our team and volunteers from LeanJax member companies at your organization
Annual Lean (operational excellence) assessment provided by our team
Mentoring and benchmarking from Lean leaders at LeanJax member companies
Knowledge sharing via member company exclusive content on LeanJax website
Introduction to Lean Service Introduction to Lean Manufacturing
Value Stream Mapping
A3 Problem Solving
6S Workplace Organization
Lean Facilitation (Parts I, II, and III)
* All training courses include certification upon successful completion of homework assignments. Please look for our 2019 schedule on our website in early December.
Number of Employees at Organization / Annual Membership Fee**
1-50 / $2,000
51-150 / $4,000
151-500 / $6,000
500 / $8,000
Individual / $500
* The annual membership fee is based on the number of employees at an organization. Services beyond basic membership offerings can be delivered at an additional negotiated cost.
LeanJax actively looks for dedicated First Coast organizations to join the Lean effort and support co-members on their Lean journeys. Successful member companies:
A. Have top-level commitment to continuous improvement and respect for people throughout their enterprise.
B. Are active participants willing to collaborate and share knowledge and lessons learned with their LeanJax co-members.
James Bussell, Director of Operations at Jacksonville Lean Consortium
9802-12 Baymeadows Rd #134 Jacksonville, Florida 32256