Notes and References from my #LKNA13 Talk on Lean Healthcare


mark graban LKNA 2013

I had a chance to attend the Lean Kanban North America conference this week. It was a different “tribe” to be a part of, as the topics focused on software and IT settings, including agile development, “kanban” project management, and broader lean management topics.

I gave a talk on “lean healthcare,” which is always an interesting challenge when it's not an audience of healthcare professionals.

Here are notes and links that I cited in my slides, including data and key references:

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    1. Are my staff and doctors treated with dignity and respect by everyone in our organization?
    2. Do my staff and doctors have the training and encouragement to do work that gives their life meaning?
    3. Have I recognized my staff and doctors for what they do?

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Tweets about the talk:


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