Today, we are bombarded with information about
lean; what it is and about what lean tools can do. Still, there is very
little practical information on how to implement lean transformation and
lead the change.
Every company's lean journey starts under different circumstances, so
there can be no one recipe, no "right way." But, to ensure success,
there are many factors to consider and to be addressed to ensure a
pleasant lean journey.
you've been following my writings over the past years, you know that I
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