Lean QuickStart Guide: The Simplified Beginner's Guide To Lean, Second Edition

  • 1h 13m 52s
  • Benjamin Sweeney, ClydeBank Business
  • ClydeBank Media LLC
  • 2015

Lean, Simplified

An Extensive Introduction to the Lean Business Model, Applicable to All Industries and All Experience Levels. Now released in a second edition to reflect the newest innovations and learning within the Lean system!

You've heard the terms, you've heard about the results; now harness the method that has been creating unmatched levels of efficiency and success throughout the modern business sphere.

Yesterday, it was enough to have heard about Lean. Today, everyone from the very front line all the way up to the boardroom must be on the absolute cutting edge of business improvement.

To start the learning process and to enhance your understanding of the efficiency model that is taking the global market by storm, look no further than the Lean QuickStart Guide. Other guides are packed with jargon and take an oblique look at Lean-break out ahead of the pack with this easy-to-understand reference guide for all levels of experience.

Lean QuickStart Guide is for beginners and experts alike. This no-nonsense guide hits the ground running and presents the critical concepts of the Lean model in plain English with instructional visual aids to cement a rapid learning process.

Learning for academic purposes? We have you covered, too. We take an academic approach to the Lean Business Model as well as looking at real world practical application in the business environment.

Concepts are Broken Down into Bite-Sized Chunks with Extensive Charts, Graphs, and Illustrations to Assist in the Learning Process.

You'll Learn

  • Foundational Lean Terminology
  • The Six Components of Lean Philosophy
  • The "Pull Production" Philosophy of Lean Production
  • The Importance of Value Stream Mapping
  • Tools for Effective Value Stream Mapping

In this Audiobook

  • Chapter 1 - The Six Components of Lean Philosophy
  • Chapter 2 - Lean Production
  • Chapter 3 - Implementation Considerations
  • Chapter 4 - Conclusion