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Exploring When More is Not Better with Roger Martin

by Lean Leaper
May 24, 2021

Exploring When More is Not Better with Roger Martin

by Lean Leaper
May 24, 2021 | Comments (1)

Roger Martin’s terrific new book When More is Not Better proposes concrete suggestions for broadening the economic gains from democratic capitalism. He critiques the concentration of wealth and power that decades of what he calls America’s Obsession with Economic Efficiency have generated, proposing tangible actions that business leaders, politicians, educators and citizens can take to address the problem.

In this conversation with WLEI Host Tom Ehrenfeld, Roger explores lean-adjacent measures that complement his message. What operational, approaches might lean leaders consider pursuing in concert with his policy-based and systematic suggestions?  

Download a transcript of this talk here 

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Paul Daniels May 28, 2021
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Good conversation regarding lean practices and maintaining the holistic view continuously.



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