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Lean Talks: Lean Thinking at a Knitting Factory in Bali

by Mark Donovan
July 8, 2014

Lean Talks: Lean Thinking at a Knitting Factory in Bali

by Mark Donovan
July 8, 2014 | Comments (3)

At the 2014 Lean Transformation Summit, I gave the following “lean talk” on how we are improving our work at Wooden Ships, while developing the problem solving capabilities of our team members. For us, this means fostering a PDCA mindset everywhere, setting high expectations, and focusing on the fundamentals skills and processes that deliver value. 

Check out the video to learn more and I’d love to hear your thoughts and suggestions for this as well.

 

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Keywords:  capability development,  PDCA
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Marcelo July 15, 2014
What about to share the presentation?

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Mark Donovan July 18, 2014

Hi Marcelo, 
Thanks for watching the talk.  You may share this presentation using this page link (http://www.lean.org/LeanPost/Posting.cfm?LeanPostId=196).  If I am not understanding your question correctly please clarify it further.  
All the best,  
Mark   



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Cormac Power April 27, 2016

I think Marcelo is requesting that the presentation slides be shared as well.



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