When something fails over 90% of the time, it’s usually tossed to the curb. Lean implementations fail at least that often. Why do they fail so often, and why do companies keep trying? The keep trying part is easy: stories of great results and desperation to try almost anything to become more competitive. It’s the “almost” part that causes the collapse. Let’s start …
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