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Just-in-Time Roundup: Great Lean Reads from Across the Web (Vol. 12)

by Lean Leaper
November 11, 2015

Just-in-Time Roundup: Great Lean Reads from Across the Web (Vol. 12)

by Lean Leaper
November 11, 2015 | Comments (0)

Take a look below for some of our favorite recent lean articles from around the web. Do you have any favorites to share? Leave us a link in a comment!

  • "Positive Change Management Starts with Yourself" by Elad Levinson of the Association for Talent Development

    "Change is inevitable, but suffering with the change is self-induced," says Elad Levinson. "By cultivating a positive mindset, we can train our minds to see the change as something we can cope with, adapt to, and make the best of—even if that means simply learning from it."

  • "Improving Patient Satifaction and Turn-Around Time in an Emergency Department" by Rina Shaikh-Lesko in Sanford Medicine's "Scope" blog

    In this great article, learn how lean thinking helped Stanford Hospital at Stanford University Medical Center lower wait times and raise patient satisfaction - all without increasing operating costs.

  • "How to Avoid a 'Secret Resistance' During Change Management" by Insurance Business America magazine

    "Practice what you preach," the old saying goes. And that saying goes double in terms of leading a lean transformation. In this article, three bestselling business authors weigh in with their thoughts on why leading by example is so critical to successful change management.
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