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Improving Flow with Lean Leadership Practices

Posted June 1, 2017 | Leadership |

One individual must align the value stream to enterprise strategy and orchestrate the activities within each value stream with a complete end-to-end perspective, engaging consumers and keeping their value clearly in view. In this way, everyone engaged in the value stream shares a common purpose and can quickly spot obstacles to flow, so that they can prioritize and continuously improve together as one.

About The Author
steveb@leanitstrategies.com
Steve Bell is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium. Mr. Bell serves on the faculty of the Lean Enterprise Institute, and the Lean Global Network. He has published three books: Run Grow Transform, Lean IT and Lean Enterprise Systems. He is a recipient of the Shingo Prize for Operational Excellence, and coined the term “Lean IT.” Mr. Bell has championed the convergence and collaboration across technology communities (including DevOps, Agile… Read More
karenw@leanitstrategies.com
Karen Whitley Bell is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium. Ms. Bell, in collaboration with Cutter Senior Consultant Steve Bell, has championed the convergence and collaboration across technology communities (including DevOps, Agile, Scrum, ITIL, and others) through shared Lean principles and management practices in order to help enterprises simultaneously achieve operational excellence and rapid innovation. Together their Lean leadership… Read More
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