Seven Lessons from Bo Burlingham’s “Small Giants: Companies That Choose to be Great Instead of Big” for private company founders.
Lean East summarizes “Competing Against Luck,” the story of innovation and customer choice that introduces jobs theory and improves Customer Discovery.
We define and explain the differences between push and pull in Lean Six Sigma, and why the goal is to “flow value at the pull of the customer.”
As the world becomes more complex, organizations must experiment to learn and grow. We share the Lean East improvement cycle and tips for leaders, on video!
Good to Great companies have disciplined people, thought, and action. We summarize each chapter of the bestselling book into a “Good to Great” process.
Lean East develops high performing organizations (HPOs) using Lean Six Sigma methods by focusing in three areas: People, Processes, and Performance. Learn more.
How should an organization new to Lean thinking select a good initial Lean project? Click here for our project selection matrix with eight things to consider.
Establishing a Balanced Scorecard of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) supports improvement. KPIs exist for every process and team; have you identified yours?
This month we discuss the 2009 book Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek. In this favorite book of many leaders, Sinek asks why some companies are able to achieve things that defy all the assumptions. For example, why is Apple so innovative? Why did the Wright Brothers […]
o improve health care delivery in the United States, simplify the customer. Single-payer healthcare and free-market healthcare systems are discussed and contrasted.