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Published on Nov 12, 2014
How to see and make sense of the critical, invisible people side.
Just as astrophysics had to understand dark matter and dark energy to make sense of the universe, Lean Thinking must come to grips with why Lean is so hard to sustain. The tools of Lean work fine, it is the people side that contains hidden strengths and weaknesses. Bob Brown explores Lean beyond the classic seven wastes to create a balanced understanding of Toyota's two pillars of success; continuous improvement and respect for people. He will present the Seven People Assets™ and the tools to ensure your success. Conference attendees who are interested in applying Lean Thinking beyond simple process improvement will learn how to develop employees and improve how they interact. Lean Thinking will be applied to the human organ that thinks, the brain, and the organ that may not do much thinking, the heart. Time for substantial discussion will be provided if possible.