I've done book giveaway contests before, but this is my first contest where the prize is a signed copy of each and every one of my books — six books with a combined value of $240!
I'm happy to be collaborating with KaiNexus on this contest. Learning more about them and our upcoming webinar is one way to earn more entries. You'll get one signed copy of each of the books shown and described below.
Due to shipping / customs costs, this contest is only open to people with a U.S. mailing address.
How to Earn More Entries:
After you enter, be sure to confirm your email address by clicking the link in the email you'll receive.
And make sure you see and click the links that earn you more entries.
And you can also earn more entries by sharing about the contest on LinkedIn or your favorite social media platform, using the URL that appears after you finish entering, such as this, with a suffix after the final slash. You gain more entries when you share that link, and others use it to enter the contest.
The Books in the Giveaway:
Again, you'll win a signed copy of each of these books:
This Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award recipient is a crucial read for anyone looking to apply lean principles to healthcare. It's a practical guide that challenges conventional hospital operations, offering strategies to enhance patient safety and engage staff in the continuous improvement journey.
“Healthcare Kaizen,” co-authored with Joe Swartz, focuses on the significant impact that small, incremental changes can have in the healthcare setting. It's a testament to the philosophy that staff at all levels can contribute to process improvement, leading to significant enhancements in patient care and operational efficiency.
“The Executive Guide to Healthcare Kaizen: Leadership for a Continuously Learning and Improving Organization“
This companion book to “Healthcare Kaizen,” also co-authored with Joe, is tailored for leaders and executives, providing them with the insights and tools necessary to foster a culture of continuous improvement from the top down.
“Practicing Lean” offers a collection of narratives and experiences from me and 15 other practitioners who share our journeys in learning and applying Lean principles. It's a raw and honest look at the challenges and triumphs in the path of Lean practice.
Dive into the art and science of data interpretation with “Measures of Success.” This book empowers leaders to discern signal from noise within their performance metrics, leading to better decision-making and more stable process improvements.
In my latest book, I champion the unconventional wisdom of learning from mistakes. This insightful read encourages a cultural shift towards innovation by understanding and leveraging the learning opportunities that errors provide.
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