He has, since 1995, focused his efforts on what he describes as de-mystifying the “black art” of Lean leadership. In this episode, we talk about his “Real Lean” series of books.
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Episode #48 Key Words and Links:
- What was your motivation for writing the Real Lean series of books?
- “Respect for People” principle… this principle has been his main focus since the mid-1990s, and was featured in Bob's 1998 paper titled “Lean Behaviors” and his 2003 book “Better Thinking, Better Results.”
- Scientific Management, Frederick Taylor, and Henry Ford
- Yes, there will be a fourth and final volume. It will come out in January 2009. It is subtitled: “Learning the Craft of Lean Management.”
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