In the progress principle, Teresa Amibile and Steven Kramer describe the secret behind truly productive people: p
In their book Crucial Conversations, Pattersson, Grenny, McMillan and Switzler describe seven steps to impro
In Lean Transformations, Thijs Panneman describes the crucial steps of different lean tools, so that they di
In his book, the coaching habit, Michael Bungay Stanier describes how most coaching programs are considered a failure
In his book, Leading With Lean, Philip Holt describes the role of leaders in any organization in transformin
In his book Lean Audit, Joerg Muenzing describes how an effective Lean Audit can help assess the maturity of
In his book Design For Operational Excellence (Duggan, 2012), Kevin J.
In his book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni describes a pyramid of five layers that repre
In their (German) book Mentoring – im Tandem zum Erfolg, Tinka beller and Gabriele Hoffmeister-Schönfelder d
In their book The Toyota Way to Lean Leadership, Jeffrey Liker and Gary Convis describe 4 stages of Leadersh
In ‘the Lean Start-Up’, Eric Ries describes the challenges of starting a new business, and how the lean philosophy ca
In his book, creating a Lean R&D system, Terence Barnhart describes how the lean philosophy can be trans
In his book, deep work, Cal Newport describes four rules which can help you to stay focused on the things that make y
In their little book One Minute Manager, Blanchard & Johnson describe three secrets of successful leader
In his book, the five levels of Leadership, John Maxwell describes 5 levels of leadership maturity.
In Bringing out the best in people, Aubrey Daniels describes the power and simplicity of positive reinforcement.
In his book Hoshin Kanri for the lean enterprise, Thomas Jackson describes Toyota´s model for Policy deployment: hosh
In the Toyota Production Development System, James M. Morgan and Jeffrey K.
In his book Office Kaizen, William Lareau describes a lean model which helps eliminating waste in an office
´Death by meeting´ is a short fable about a company that designs virtual golf games.
High Five! Is the third book by Blanchard and Bowles on team work.
Creating Mixed model Value Streams, by Kevin J.
In Nonviolent communication, Marshall Rosenberg describes a way of communicating with empathy and focus on p
In his book Getting things done, David Allen describes a system which helps to achieve a life with ´mind lik
Gung Ho (K.Blanchard and S.Bowles) tells the story about an American factory in which old Indian wisdom created a cul
Lean Thinking is one of the first books written in America where the Term ´Lean´ is used.
In his book ´The goal´, Eliyahu Goldratt describes a new method to optimize production environments: the Theory o
David Mann describes in this book (in his own words) the missing part in many Lean implementations: a Lean Managemen
In The Corporate Athlete, Koen Gonissen and Alain Goudsmet describe a holistic approach for maximal personal
Theory U is a book which combines Change Management with Personal Growth and Spirituality. C.
In ‘The Lean Manager’, Ballé & Ballé distinguish two different management styles: Traditional management (manage
Managers as Mentors describes the four phases of an evolving coaching relationship (surrendering, accepting,
Learning to See, written by Mike Rother and John Shook, is the book to read for Val
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