A primary reason why most lean transformation fail to meet expectations is lack of effective training. It's not an
"add water and stir" business process. You can't just decide one day to
become lean and think it will happen overnight. You need to determine what
constraints are impeding your ability to increase speed, improve quality,
and eliminate non-value-added activities. And, then you need to develop and
implement lean concepts and tools for identifying and eliminating their root
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