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Research, Reflections, and Challenges: John Shook's Closing Keynote of 2016

by Lean Leaper
February 7, 2017

Research, Reflections, and Challenges: John Shook's Closing Keynote of 2016

by Lean Leaper
February 7, 2017 | Comments (0)

At the end of every Lean Transformation Summit (only a handful of seats left for 2017's Summit in Carlsbad left), Lean Enterprise Institute Chairman and CEO John Shook takes the stage for a closing keynote. His keynotes vary, but always include a recap of some of his favorite learnings from the previous two days, reflections on his observations at the Summit and the lean community at large, and where he sees the future of lean headed. 

His keynote at last year's 2016 Summit in Las Vegas, Nev. included all these and more, such as reflections on the biggest impediments to lean transformations, questions from attendees, and the differences between failure and success. Have you seen similar events happen in your organization since he gave this keynote? Give it a watch and let us know! (Watch to the end to hear a touching speech by John's surprise guest.)

This year's Lean Transformation Summit is just a month away, and John Shook's keynote is shaping up to be one of his best. See the full line up of speakers, and register join us in person or streaming at lean.org/summits

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