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Lean Leadership: a continuing series of interviews with senior executives on how they lead in a lean culture

9/5/2013

In a continuing series of articles on the challenges of leading and sustaining lean transformations, the Lean Enterprise Institute will interview executives from a variety of companies to learn how they changed the ways they managed and led in order to create lean cultures. Here are the interviews to date in alphabetical order:

Other relevant links:

John Shook’s eletters on lean management

An archive of Jim Womack’s eletters

Michael Ballé's column

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