Video "Collaborative science in Lean, an overview" available for free
The fourth video, "Collaborative science in Lean, an overview", part of the Lean Learning Series is available on-line. It provides an overview of how everyone engages in collaborative science in a Lean organization, as equals who improve flow.
Lean coach and published science author Joanne Gaudet invites organizations to consider Lean management as it is a solid collaborative science model. Gaudet adds "it's refreshing to see a scientific, rigorous and sustainable business model such as Lean that can be adopted by any organization, no matter their size or what they flow to customers." She is quick to add that "Lean as a collaborative science is not rocket science, it is simple. Yet Lean requires effort to be deliberate every single day to see and measure work as flow in real time in order to incrementally improve flow." In the long term, Lean organizations are sustainable because of the intrinsic motivation of everyone solving flow problems every day and the richness of the data that everyone is collecting and acting on in order to flow more and more value to customers. "Gone is hocus-pocus management that commands and controls people and imposes problems and solutions dreamed-up by disconnected management!" exclaims Gaudet.
The Alpen Path Solutions Lean Learning Series aims to break down barriers to learning about Lean and help individuals and organizations become Lean. This uncertain COVID-19 pandemic period requires creative and innovative thinking and Lean management is a scientific and rigorous approach that can help us all be more creative and innovative.
Lean more about collaborative science in Lean organizations by watching the short video "Collaborative science in Lean, an overview" available at https://youtu.be/
Learn more about Alpen Path Solutions: https://www.alpenpathsolutions.com
A must-read about Lean is the book "Lean: Manage work as a flow system": https://leanisflow.com
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