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Diving Deep to Discover the Value of Lean Companies with Cliff Ransom

by Lean Leaper
April 26, 2021

Diving Deep to Discover the Value of Lean Companies with Cliff Ransom

by Lean Leaper
April 26, 2021 | Comments (0)

Lean done right can dramatically boost the value of any enterprise over the long term, argues Cliff Ransom. For decades, Cliff has been analyzing the value of companies by researching and above all visiting them to suss out the integrity of their lean practice. His detailed reports (by his firm Ransom Research) on the performance of companies such as Danaher, GE, Fortive, and many others are closely followed by a passionate slice of the investment world. The following conversation drills down into the lessons learned from looking at public companies through lean-colored glasses.  

Click here to download a transcript of the conversation.

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