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Lean Lessons from Mark Deluzio, Art Byrne, and Jim Womack: transcript of the WLEI podcast

11/2/2020

Lean required a level of discipline, engaged leadership, and a structured approach to execution for long-term success. Hear from Lean veterans Mark Deluzio, Art Byrne, and Jim Womack about enduring lessons of Lean execution. 

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