Our guest for Episode #96 is Pascal Dennis of Lean Pathways, Inc. Pascal is a faculty member with the Lean Enterprise Institute and he’s the author of the books: Lean Production Simplified, Andy & Me: Crisis And Transformation On The Lean Journey, and Getting the Right Things Done: A Leader’s Guide to Planning and Execution.
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Here in this podcast, we talk about his new book, The Remedy: Bringing Lean Thinking Out of the Factory to Transform the Entire Organization, where Pascal brings up interesting topics such as “Big Company Disease” and how to fight that dysfunction with lean management. To point others to this episode, use the URL www.leanblog.org/96.
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