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  • New 3G Lean Leadership Lab in the group Lean Leadership

    The following briefly describes the evolution of my Lean leadership training for executives. First Generation | Behaviors | 2002-2005 I began teaching Lean leadership to executives in 2002 (and to university students since 2001, based on my work published in 1998). The first generation ...

    Tags: lean leadership, bob emiliani, lean management, books, speaking, the lean shop, professor emiliani, real lean, fake lean, lean behaviors, behavioral waste, toyota, kaizen, value stream map, jeff liker, art byrne, wiremold, Lean Leadership, The Back Story

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  • Top 2015 Lean Leadership Blog Posts in the group Lean Leadership

    Thank you for reading my blog! Here are the most viewed blog posts in 2015: Shifting Definitions of “Lean Thinking”Defining “Respect for People”Toyota’s SecretLEI/LEA Lean Transformation ModelThe Back Story – Real vs. Fake LeanOhno’s Problem-Solving Metho...

    Tags: lean leadership, bob emiliani, lean management, books, speaking, the lean shop, professor emiliani, real lean, fake lean, lean behaviors, behavioral waste, toyota, kaizen, value stream map, jeff liker, art byrne, wiremold, Lean Leadership

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  • The Illusion of Understanding in the group Lean Leadership

    In the previous blog post, Something Revolutionary Sees as Ordinary, I discussed how the representation of Lean as a means for wealth creation is a simplistic and conformist narrative of both the outcome and purpose of business that undercuts the revolutionary nature of the Toyota Production Syst...

    Tags: lean leadership, bob emiliani, lean management, books, speaking, the lean shop, professor emiliani, real lean, fake lean, lean behaviors, behavioral waste, toyota, kaizen, value stream map, jeff liker, art byrne, wiremold, Continuous Improvement, Lean Leadership, Respect for People

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  • What Went Wrong? in the group Lean Leadership

    Nearly 30 years after the start of the Lean movement, there is widespread agreement that things have not gone according to plan. Of course, there have been some notable successes (particularly those who worked with Shingijutsu), yet they are far fewer in number than anyone expected given the wide...

    Tags: lean leadership, bob emiliani, lean management, books, speaking, the lean shop, professor emiliani, real lean, fake lean, lean behaviors, behavioral waste, toyota, kaizen, value stream map, jeff liker, art byrne, wiremold, Lean Leadership, Real Lean v. Fake Lean, Time Machine

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  • The Power of Kaizen in the group Lean Leadership

    In recent years, many organizations have lost interest in learning about Lean tools and Lean management in a classroom setting. They choose an alternative learning method called “action learning,” and may augment that with “change management,” “systems thinking,&rdqu...

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  • Lean Management (1988-2026) in the group Lean Leadership

    If Lean management were to pass away someday, what might its obituary be? Lean Management passed away this year at the age of 38. The cause was complications from confusion, complexity and, in the end, apathy and neglect. Lean management dedicated its life to helping people improve processes...

    Tags: lean leadership, bob emiliani, lean management, books, speaking, the lean shop, professor emiliani, real lean, fake lean, lean behaviors, behavioral waste, toyota, kaizen, value stream map, jeff liker, art byrne, wiremold, Time Machine

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  • Improving Leadership Processes in the group Lean Leadership

    The purpose of a company is to satisfy customer’s needs by making products and services. To do this, humans must to have knowledge. Knowledge comes from learning. However, learning alone is insufficient. Skills must be developed, which comes from practice. Practice is the result of a r...

    Tags: lean leadership, bob emiliani, lean management, books, speaking, the lean shop, professor emiliani, real lean, fake lean, lean behaviors, behavioral waste, toyota, kaizen, value stream map, jeff liker, art byrne, wiremold, Continuous Improvement, Respect for People

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  • Lean’s Promise Broken in the group Lean Leadership

    The term “Lean” has been with us for nearly 30 years. We proponents of Lean tell others that Lean management is superior to conventional management in every way – better in every business metric and better for employees, suppliers, customers, investors, communities, and even for...

    Tags: lean leadership, bob emiliani, lean management, books, speaking, the lean shop, professor emiliani, real lean, fake lean, lean behaviors, behavioral waste, toyota, kaizen, value stream map, jeff liker, art byrne, wiremold, Uncategorized

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  • What’s Your Lean Provenance? in the group Lean Leadership

    One the thing that Lean people like to do is brag about when they first learned about Lean or who they learned it from. We want to show off how close we were to the beginning and who our teachers were. We do it to distinguish ourselves from a crowded field of Lean practitioners ranging ...

    Tags: lean leadership, bob emiliani, lean management, books, speaking, the lean shop, professor emiliani, real lean, fake lean, lean behaviors, behavioral waste, toyota, kaizen, value stream map, jeff liker, art byrne, wiremold, Continuous Improvement, Lean Leadership, Respect for People

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  • Lean and State Government Agency Leaders in the group Lean Leadership

    One of the great challenges of Lean in state government is the perpetual turnover among the political appointees who lead state agencies. Turnover typically sets back the agency’s Lean efforts to the dismay of career state employees. What might be a practical countermeasure, not to the turn...

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