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The Work of Management

Author and CEO Jim Lancaster tells a practical and inspiring story on two levels, a close-up, candid look at his personal transformation as a leader and a practical, in-depth, business case study of Lantech’s lean transformation, relapse, and comeback that American manufacturing - and other industries - can use to profitably transform themselves.

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Jim Lancaster
Jim Lancaster is CEO and owner of Lantech.com, LLC. Lantech is recognized as the leader in stretch wrap technology and innovation. The company has sales and manufacturing headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky, sales and manufacturing facilities in the Netherlands, sales and service operations in Australia, and sales offices in China. Lantech manufactures packaging and material handling machinery, including stretch wrappers, conveyors, and case-forming equipment.
The Gold Mine Trilogy Set

The Gold Mine Trilogy Study Guide is designed to work through the books one chapter at a time. The material is structured to support a regular cadence of team discussions.

Save $40 when you buy this as a set! ($115 total when books are purchased separately)

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