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Our training videos consist of live Lean & Six Sigma practitioners presenting information back to the student in a conversational manner. We are continuous improvement practitioners first, and our training is based on years of experience and ongoing engagement with companies of all sizes across the globe.
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GA 371 | Adopting a Learning-Based Approach to Lean with Scott Keenan
This week’s guest is Scott Keenan. Scott described his continuous improvement journey, and the work he’s been doing with Alan Wire. Ron and Scott also discussed our Toyota Kata course, and Alan Wire’s experience with Kata in the Classroom. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you’ll learn:The quot…