Make Your Company Stronger and Faster

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Dan Markovitz helps organizations become faster, stronger, and more agile through the application of lean principles to knowledge work. He has worked with non-profit and governmental organizations, is a popular speaker and presenter, and a Shingo Prize Winner for his book, A Factory of One: Applying Lean Principles to Banish Waste and Improve Your Personal Performance. Dan's new book, Building the Fit Organization: Six Core Principles for Making Your Company Stronger, Faster, and More Competitive, was the topic of our discussion. In this practical, hands-on guide Dan walks you step by step through the process of making lean as intrinsic to your company as the pursuit of profits. You will learn how to make an unshakeable commitment to increasing the value provided by doing the right work in the right way with continuous monitoring of processes and structured coaching for everyone.

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