Seven Lessons from Bo Burlingham’s “Small Giants: Companies That Choose to be Great Instead of Big” for private company founders.
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 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.”
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.
Lean East summarizes ten lessons of visionary companies from the book Built to Last and offers six suggestions for leaders to better align their organization.
Lean East summarizes the 2019 book The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek. Learn the five key practices to advance a just cause and build trusting teams.
Learn about the Lean Improvement Kata and Coaching Kata and how they develop new habits of scientific thinking to benefit your organization.
Learn about the Six Key Components in the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) described in the book Traction. Which of these areas could your business improve?
Do you have a daily huddle or scrum meeting for your team? We answer eight common questions to maximize the effectiveness of your huddle.