Lean – Let’s Get It Right!: How to Build a Culture of Continuous Improvement

1st Edition

David Rizzardo

Productivity Press
February 14, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 280 Pages - 10 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367335076 - CAT# 318019

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Summary

Lean – Let’s Get It Right!: How to Build a Culture of Continuous Improvement (978-0-367-42991-1, 340939)

Shelving Guide: Business & Management / Lean Management

This book addresses the root causes of why a majority of Lean transformations have not met expectations. More importantly, it provides the information needed to turn around the failure mechanisms and transform them into critical success factors.

Lean – Let’s Get It Right! delves into the psychology of change and motivation, and clarifies the roles and responsibility changes which are required for alignment with Lean principles. While the author includes a review of Lean principles, the majority of the book either provides more depth of understanding of the principles or highlights how misalignment can thwart Lean transformation efforts. This provides not only clarity, but it establishes a solid reference point or framework to guide the Lean strategy. The reader will begin to see how the principles are not simply a random set of characteristics or features of Lean but are actually a set of fundamental beliefs on which all else is based.

Though repeated throughout the book that an organization must develop the specifics of their own Lean roadmap, this book concludes with guidance on making it happen. This book, with its primary focus on people, leadership, and principles, and less so on the details of tools and techniques, can be thought of as providing the few critical missing puzzle pieces to enable an effective Lean transformation.

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