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Why Lean Programs Fail
How Designing Value Streams, Not Just Products, Creates Competitive Advantage
In this month's Design Brief video, individuals from TechnipFMC and Pella Corporation explain the processes that led to an improvement in their value-streams.
It's About Best Practicing
"Just like practicing to learn to play an instrument, practicing the Improvement Kata helps us learn to view uncertainty more as an opportunity," writes Mike Rother. With this scientific thinking pattern, the lean practitioner begins to think, "I’ve never done that before, but I know how to figure it out and find the way."
What Are We Learning Since We Started Learning to See?
LEI author Mike Rother offers lessons from the field about applying value-stream mapping.