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The "Dimensions" of Lean

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July 27, 2017

The "Dimensions" of Lean

by Lean Leaper
July 27, 2017 | Comments (0)

There's no hiding it: lean transformations often fail; sometimes for reasons we can explain, other times for reasons that are beyond our pay grades.

Lean Enterprise Institute's Director of Learning Karen Gaudet has seen more than her share of lean transformations, successful and less successful. In this exclusive interview from the 2017 Lean Transformation Summit, Karen shares her own take on the ages-old question, "Why do so many lean transformations fail?"

You'll learn:

  1. What Karen has seen over and over that derails lean transformation
  2. The "dimensions" of a lean transformation and how understanding them can make all the difference in whether you succeed or fail
  3. What you can do to better learn this aspect of lean transformation and many more

The views expressed in this post do not necessarily represent the views or policies of The Lean Enterprise Institute.
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