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A Factory of One: Applying Lean Principles to Banish Waste and Improve Your Personal Performance

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Most business readers have heard of the Lean principles developed for factories--a set of tools and ideas that have enabled companies to dramatically boost quality by reducing waste and errors--producing more while using less. Yet until now, few have recognized how relevant these powerful ideas are to individuals and their daily work. Every person at a desk, drafting ...more
ebook, 177 pages
Published January 24th 2012 by Productivity Press
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Kacie Richard
May 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Excellent book on lean

I'm completing lean trading and found this book very informative and helpful, especially the discussion of how to focus at work.
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A Factory of One by @danmarkovitz an awesome book applying Lean to a Leadership role. Concise great read and an essential tool for work.
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Short and full of practicality. Doesn't prescribe one set of tools for the job. Instead, you get a framework of how to understand your work and improve it.
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