New Business Novel Brings Key Lean Thinking Tools to Life
Press Release from Lean Enterprise Institute
I would be interested in reading this, particularly to see how it compares to another recent lean “business novel” called Andy & Me. A link to more detailed information about “The Gold Mine” can be found on the LEI website by clicking here.
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This book takes you through the journey into lean and shows how the
transformation can be made, it details the sequence of events and does so in
a easy to follow logic. I am heading up a lean transformation at my company
and saw so many parallels between what I face on a daily basis, and the
story in the book, it is not a text book of the individual lean tools but
there is enough in there to prick your interest to go and find out more
about the specifics when they are needed.
On a different level it was also a good story, for anyone remotely
interested in industrial transformation.
Hope you enjoy it.