Strategy guides the capabilities that lean organizations invest in and those capabilities provide new frontiers for competition.


Jeffrey K. Liker , author of The Toyota Way and other related Toyota Way books, Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan

These thought leaders show how lean thinking is indeed a strategy about thinking about finding and solving problems everywhere thus unlocking the creative, innovative potential of every employee.


John Shook , Chairman, Lean Enterprise Institute, Cambridge, MA

These thought leaders show how lean thinking is indeed a strategy about thinking differently about customer value, about management and leadership, about work and working in better, less wasteful ways


John Shook , Chairman, Lean Enterprise Institute, Cambridge, MA

This book gives readers the lens [that] opens the pathway to creating value added work connecting KPI’s at a micro and macro level for organizations using great examples and experiences from the authors.


Tracey Richardson , author of The Toyota Engagement Equation and founder of Teaching Lean Inc..

The authors’ recitation of new and novel ways to view the ever-changing fundamentals of Lean Thinking make “The Lean Strategy” an instant winner in the short list of must-read books in my world, “The Way of Lean Investing.”


Cliff Ransom , President and Founder, Ransom Research, Inc.

This must-read defines the strategic aspect of lean, reveals the power of the kaizen approach in implementing it, and shares the importance of creating the learning environment that gets everyone participating in removing the waste to deliver more value to the customer.


Art Byrne , retired CEO of The Wiremold Company and author of “The Lean Turnaround” and “The Lean Turnaround Action Guide”.

The Lean Strategy shows how adopting lean thinking as a strategy will enable any businesses to thrive by thoroughly disrupting the industry in which it competes.


John Shook , Chairman, Lean Enterprise Institute, Cambridge, MA

These thought leaders show how lean thinking is indeed a strategy about thinking and acting differently.


John Shook , Chairman, Lean Enterprise Institute, Cambridge, MA

Operational excellence comes not from super executives willing it, but from the determined process of developing people from the bottom up.


Jeffrey K. Liker , author of The Toyota Way and other related Toyota Way books, Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan

Top minds in the field convincingly explain how strategy and operational excellence go hand in hand.


Jeffrey K. Liker , author of The Toyota Way and other related Toyota Way books, Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan