IW Webcast with Art Smalley


IndustryWeek : Prerequisites for Lean Success: Learning From Toyota

This webcast is today, Wednesday July 18 at 2 PM EDT. I can't log in live, I hope it's archived. Can somebody volunteer to take some notes and post a summary for the blog?

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  1. I was only able to catch the first 20 minutes or so, but you can download the slides HERE

    Also, it looks like the the webcast may be available for download on July 19th.

  2. hi, the webcast page is here
    scroll down for the archives
    I subscribe to your blog via RSS —
    keep up the good work!
    Brad Kenney, IT Editor, IndustryWeek


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