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Eivind Reke

Eivind Reke

Organizational Secretary, LOS Norge
eivind.reke@losnorge.no

Eivind Reke is a writer, partner at Flowit, as well as the co-founder organizational secretary of LOS Norge, a knowledge-sharing network of learning organizations in Norway. 

Articles by Eivind Reke
Tap the Power of Flow to Develop Lean Thinkers
Flow is personal--a moment of enrichment, and a mental state. It´s stretching oneself just that little bit extra, not because someone else tells us to, but because we love doing it. Authors Gert Frick and Eivind Reke tie this to the purpose of lean, which is to develop people who have passion for making things (creating and building great products and services), and the skills to make them. More »
Flaatnes Elektro-Mek Reveals How Double Loop Learning Supports Lean Thinking and Practice
Every experience is a learning experience. However, we tend to only experience single-loop learning where we reaffirm what we already think is true. Lean gives us a framework to challenge our beliefs and assumptions and create double-loop learning situations through concrete experiments, and often real-time feedback from the real world. More »
Double Loop Learning at Kongsberg Maritime
Kongsberg Maritime, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Norwegian-based Kongsberg Group, tapped into a Kyoryokukai, or network for supplier innovation, to create a space for single--and double--loop learning for its members. More »
Books by Eivind Reke
The Lean Sensei (eBook) The Lean Sensei (eBook)
The Lean Sensei provides both a conceptual and hands-on toolkit for developing lean leaders—and becoming one yourself. It will challenge you to reflect on how you coach; share mindful questions that improve your awareness of what to look for; and keep both you and your students focused on the signs, symptoms, and syndromes that can slow your lean success. More »
The Lean Sensei The Lean Sensei
The Lean Sensei provides both a conceptual and hands-on toolkit for developing lean leaders—and becoming one yourself. It will challenge you to reflect on how you coach; share mindful questions that improve your awareness of what to look for; and keep both you and your students focused on the signs, symptoms, and syndromes that can slow your lean success. More »