A Dutch Review of "Lean Hospitals" (and Part 2 of Q&A)
I apologize if this is too self reverential, but it always fascinates me to see how Lean is spreading around the world.
The page I've linked to has a 4 star (out of 5) review of my book. The review, translated by Google for me, reads:
Mark Graban – the man behind the lean podcast – describes his experiences as a lean consultant in hospitals. It is an easily readable book that the idea behind lean in hospitals treats and practical tools like Value Stream Mapping Work and standardized. Add to this the many specific examples from hospitals and a practical and very valuable book is therefore at your disposal!
I guess the podcast is known in the Netherlands as well. Cool!
Here's Part 2 of the Q&A with Jon Miller at Gemba Panta Rei. The third and final part coming this week. If you participate in the comments section, you have a chance of winning a free autographed copy of the book.
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