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The life of lean is experiments. All authority for any sensei flows from experiments on the gemba [the place where work takes place], not from dogmatic interpretations of sacred texts or the few degrees of separation from the founders of the movement. In short, lean is not a religion but a daily practice of conducting experiments and accumulating knowledge.

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Publisher Lean Management Institute of India
Height 2.3 CM
Width 14.9 CM
Sub Title .
Author John Shook
Length 22.4 CM
Weight 655 GRAMS
Edition Expanded 2nd Edition
Publication Year 2014
Page 340
ISBN 9789384390013
Binding PB
Language English

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The life of lean is experiments. All authority for any sensei flows from experiments on the gemba [the place where work takes place], not from dogmatic interpretations of sacred texts or the few degrees of separation from the founders of the movement. In short, lean is not a religion but a daily practice of conducting experiments and accumulating knowledge.

So writes Jim Womack, who over the past 30 years has developed a method of going to visit the gemba at countless companies and keenly observing how people work together to create value. Gemba Walks shares his learning journey by collecting his reports and reflections from the field ? including 12 new essays written expressly for this Second Edition. By sharing his personal path of discovery, Womack sheds new light on the continued adoption and development of the most important new business system of the past 50 years. His journey will provide courage and inspiration for every lean practitioner.

Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction
Purpose
Process
People
Management
Transformation
Diffusion
The Great Recession
Misunderstandings
Misadventures
The Great Chase
History Thats Not Bunk
Hopeful Hansei
Gemba Walks in a New Decade

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The life of lean is experiments. All authority for any sensei flows from experiments on the gemba [the place where work takes place], not from dogmatic interpretations of sacred texts or the few degrees of separation from the founders of the movement. In short, lean is not a religion but a daily practice of conducting experiments and accumulating knowledge.

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