Lean All The Way

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Here’s a paradox for all you lean trainers. Lean trainers teach kaizen, continuous improvement, yet how often do they improve their own training procedures? In this blog post, you’ll find out how to continuously improve your lean training.

How long have you been delivering the same lean training? When did you last revise your training with the intention to actually improve it? If your trainees consistently rate your training very highly on comparison sites such as springest.com, chances are you never did in the last few years. Never change a winning horse and all that, right?

Let’s face it, even the people who teach continuous improvement are tempted to stick with what works best right now.

But what if you’re stuck at a local optimum?  Let me explain that a bit further: even if you were standing at Mont Blanc – the highest mountain in France, you’d still not have achieved scaling the highest mountain on Earth. Sure, there’s a risk in scaling a new mountain: you don’t know the way yet. You may need new gear. You may even have to relearn climbing.

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