The Entrepreneurial Myth (E-Myth) Revisited by Michael Gerber. Lean East summarizes why most small businesses don’t work, and what to do about It.
Lean East summarizes “Competing Against Luck,” the story of innovation and customer choice that introduces jobs theory and improves Customer Discovery.
Lean East shares the benefits of trying to achieve continuous process flow – completing one piece at a time rather than batching. Reduce buffers to see problems!
Lean East shares four key leadership behaviors from the Jim Collins book “Great by Choice” to help 10X leaders to thrive amidst uncertainty.
Learn how to write SMART goals and the Objectives and Key Results (OKR) method of setting objectives from the book “Measure What Matters.”
“The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement” by Eli Goldratt. Learn how to use the Theory of Constraints to identify and eliminate process bottlenecks.
Learn the Lean East approach to developing new habits for Personal Kaizen. Major improvement will be realized by practicing the right habits for a few minutes every day.
Upstream: The Quest to Solve Problems Before They Happen by Dan Heath. Learn 3 Barriers to Overcome and 7 Key Questions for root cause analysis to prevent problems.
Stephen Covey’s “Green and Clean” story is an example of Servant Leadership. Includes 3 keys for Servant Leaders, Win-Win Agreements, and Lean applications.
Revisiting The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Lean East revisits one of the most popular productivity books of all-time. Be proactive and seek first to understand!