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The Lean Edge: what counts as “lean success”?

By The Lean Edge, - Last updated: Friday, May 27, 2011 - Save & Share - Leave a comment

Jeff Liker and Mike Rother wrote a piece for LEI called “Why Lean Programs Fail .” They cited an IndustryWeek survey that said only 2% of companies achieved their “anticipated results.” Can the Lean Edge authors share their thoughts on how you would define “lean success?” Do companies not achieve anticipated business results because they expect too much too quickly? Is a company only a “lean success” if they have fully transformed their culture? (download article)

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