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Mark Graban & Jim Benson “#Lean for Knowledge Work” Workshops – #Kaizen & #Kanban

Next class: Boston, March 31, 2015

I’m happy to be once again partnering with fellow Shingo Award recipient Jim Benson to teach our combined full-day “Lean for Knowledge Work” class. We did this together last year in Seattle and had attendees from healthcare, government, education, non-profits, software, and a big coffee company. Lean is Lean… and the methods for organizing your work (and improving your work) are universal.

We have two upcoming classes this March in Phoenix (canceled) and San Antonio where I’ll be teaching “Kaizen” (continuous improvement) and Jim will be teaching “Personal Kanban.”  You can use the easy URL to come back to this page and future pages about our workshops.We’re reaching out specifically to people who live in these areas (including Austin), but these are two FANTASTIC destinations in March for weather and more and if you’re willing and able to travel. Come to San Antonio and enjoy everything that my current hometown has to offer.

San Antonio

San Antonio, March 12 - click to learn more and to register

Hope to see you there! Tell your friends and colleagues!

And here’s a fun video (really badly done, I realize) about “two great tastes that taste great together” – kanban and kaizen!


About Mark Graban is a consultant, author, and speaker in the “lean healthcare” methodology. Mark is author of the Shingo Award-winning books Lean Hospitals and Healthcare Kaizen, as well as The Executive Guide to Healthcare Kaizen. Mark is also the VP of Customer Success for the technology company KaiNexus. He lives in San Antonio, Texas.

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    Here is an article by Jim Benson that was posted at Quality Digest…

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