When I discovered lean twenty years ago, Toyota was mostly teaching us to move from muti-machine single process halls to multi-process cells that flow a complete product (it was the days of moving machines around during the night). As you visit gembas, has this transformation happened or is it still rare? I must admit that I still come across many plants with single process machines to a hall and a broken process, and that in service, such as IT, banking, etc. flow multi-process cells are exceedingly rare – rare enough to be noticed. What is your experience?