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Publisher's Summary

Lean is designed to reduce the seven "deadly forms of waste": defects, overproduction, over processing, wasted motion, inventory (work in process), transport/handling, and waiting. Addressing any, or all, of these can help operations run more efficiently and therefore be more competitive, which is in the long-term best interest of job security. But, in my experience as a former union member, internal change agent, and currently as an organizational change consultant, Lean implementation in union environments can be tricky.
©2015 Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA (P)2015 Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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By The Rabl on 12-03-17

Not recommended

Monotoned. Give generalities on lean principles; talks about why unions should not support lean. Disappointed.

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