Jon Miller’s Mini Book Reviews

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In case you didn’t see it, Jon has three mini book reviews on lean books, including those by our good pals and fellow Lean Bloggers Jamie Flinchbaugh and David Meier.

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Mark Graban's passion is creating a better, safer, more cost effective healthcare system for patients and better workplaces for all. Mark is a consultant, author, and speaker in the "Lean healthcare" methodology. He is author of the Shingo Award-winning books Lean Hospitals and Healthcare Kaizen, as well as The Executive Guide to Healthcare Kaizen. His most recent project is an book titled Practicing Lean that benefits the Louise H. Batz Patient Safety Foundation, where Mark is a board member. Mark is also the VP of Improvement & Innovation Services for the technology company KaiNexus.

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  1. Mike T says:

    I’ve been through several of Liker’s and Womack’s books. I’ve also read “5S for Operators” – a great book for direct employees. Recently, I read “How to prevent Lean Implementation Failures” – another fantastic, easy-to-read book. It had nothing most Lean practitioners don’t already know. What it did have was a means to provide plant management with a chance to say “where do I fit in?” If I were the executive leader of my facility, this book would be on EVERY manager’s desk with a requirement of defining and understanding where you fit in.

  2. Mark Graban says:

    I love the “…for Operators” and the “… for the Shopfloor” series. “Kanban for the Shopfloor”, for example, is a very good practical book.

    “Lean Failures” is also a good book. I have a modest blog (with permission from the author) here:

    Lean Failures Blog

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