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We will be exploring, sharing, and learning what it means to be a better employer in Nashville, March 26-27, 2018.
Introduction to Lean Thinking and Practice

Level set lean training for your team easily, quickly, and cost effectively.

Want Better Employees? Be a Better Employer.

Every nation in the world is on a quest to create more jobs. As they should be.

But, we don’t want just “jobs.” We want good jobs. Our friend Zeynep Ton offers a prescription for good jobs. Ton, MIT professor and author of the Good Jobs Strategy, has seen jobs from many angles.

The Lean Bakery

The lean transformation of 365.cafés began in 2005. Nearly 12 years later, 365 is a bustling chain of 100 shops throughout Barcelona, Spain – all supplied by a small, 7000-square-foot lean factory.

You’ll learn how lean fundamentals like single-piece flow, PDCA, and 5S helped 365 expand with minimal investment – while never once losing focus on providing value to its customers.

A (Work) Pie in the Face to All Bad Jobs
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Continuous Improvement Training for You and Your Team

Reserve space today at these in-depth workshops for sharpening critical skills in how to use A3s, tie together islands of improvement, manage kaizen events, apply the 5 dimensions of organizational change and more:

If lean really is about innovation, why does so much of it seem to be about logistics?
Michael Ballé Dear Gemba Coach,If lean really is about innovation, why does so much of it seem to be about logistics, with truck preparation areas, leveling boxes, small trains, kanbans and so on?
Phases of Practice

Pierre Nadeau of soulsmithing.com talks about learning new skills, and phases of learning called "Shu Ha Ri." Those phases are only theoretical landmarks, of course, but thinking of them provides a useful sense of how skill progression often works.

Official online publication of the Lean Global Network

Womacks's Latest Yokoten: Jim Womack on where lean has failed and why not to give up

Lean has changed the world in many ways, even though the original vision of its founding fathers has failed to materialize. Jim discusses why, as a movement, we shouldn’t give up and review our strategy instead.

Lean Product & Process Development

Learn how companies are using Lean Product & Process Development (LPPD) to create a sustainable system for consistently delivering great products and profitable value streams.

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Discover the Missing Piece to Lean Management Sustainability -- and Profitability

Jim Lancaster, Lantech CEO, candidly describes what the erstwhile “kings of kaizen” did to revive a wilting continuous improvement effort – that quadrupled profits – by introducing a daily management system rooted in maintaining basic process stability and engaging people at all levels. Includes a bonus follow-up Q&A with Jim.

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