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The Lean Practitioner's Handbook

A practical guide to the tools and concepts of Lean for anyone preparing, running or evaluating Lean events and activities.
EAN: 9780749467739
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 234x156
328 pages

About the book

The Lean Practitioner's Handbook bridges the gap between the tools and concepts of Lean and the practical use of the tools. It offers a practical, easily accessible resource for anyone preparing for, implementing or evaluating lean activities covering key areas such as: aspects of a Lean Programme; scoping a programme; value stream mapping; 2P and 3P events; Rapid Improvement Events; managing for daily improvement; engaging the team; spotting problems and communicating progress. In addition, it offers a quick snapshot summary of the key tool and concepts of Lean plus easily applicable templates.

Online supporting resources for this book include instructor's manuals on communications, events and standard work, templates for problem-solving and tables such as event summaries

About the authors

Mark Eaton

Mark Eaton is the MD and Operations Director of Amnis a consultancy specialising in helping organisations to prepare for, implement and sustain improvement using a combination of Strategic Planning, Lean/Sigma and Change Management approaches.

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