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The Joy of Lean Innovation: A Case Study of Menlo Innovations

by Jim Morgan
July 15, 2015

The Joy of Lean Innovation: A Case Study of Menlo Innovations

by Jim Morgan
July 15, 2015 | Comments (0)

Richard Sheridan and James Goebel of Menlo Innovations did not set out to create a lean enterprise. In fact, they intentionally avoid the “lean,” “agile,” and “start-up” jargon that pervades their industry. They set out to create a joyful enterprise, one that they, their team, and their customers would love. Nevertheless, Menlo Innovations’ practices are grounded in the central principles of product and process development. 

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