Lean Leadership: Empowering Instead of Instructing

Much can be learned from Lean Management: Understanding the value for the customer, then identifying the value stream and optimizing the flow to avoid unnecessary effort and last but not least ensuring continuous improvement. However, the focus should not only be on the application of other and better methods, but also on a different leadership culture. The second pillar of the Toyota Way therefore is…

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Agile by nature | Rebel without a pause | Working out loud | Author of https://fuehrung-erfahren.de

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