Define your organization and determine good candidate teams for introducing Lean management. Document risks associated with the decision and develop mitigation strategies to manage the risks.
Implement Lean Management Practices That Work – Phase 2: Determine the Scope of Your Implementation
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Implement Lean Management Practices That Work
Increase transparency, alignment, team engagement, and customer satisfaction with a few simple Lean concepts.