Lean Thinkers and Practitioners from Around the World Invited to Connect at The Lean Post, a New Blog from the Lean Enterprise Institute

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The Lean Post features content from all continuous improvement and organizational change communities, plus the business world at large.

The Lean Post

The Lean Post connects many continuous improvement communities

We decided to create The Lean Post as one means of boosting global communication among all communities thinking deeply about continuous innovation.

The nonprofit Lean Enterprise Institute (LEI) has launched The Lean Post, an ambitious community blog platform where leading thinkers and practitioners in the business world’s various continuous improvement communities can connect, share, and learn together.

“Long-time adjacent communities such as lean management, organizational learning, systems thinking, operations research, and the lean startup movement are intersecting, colliding, and converging, which is as it should be,” said John Shook, LEI chairman and CEO. “We decided to create The Lean Post as one means of boosting global communication among all communities thinking deeply about continuous innovation.”

Current posts cover lean healthcare, startup lessons learned, model lines, leadership, capability development, design thinking, and senior leadership involvement, among other topics. The blog has a list of guidelines for prospective contributors.

“Essentially The Lean Post is a blog curated by LEI editors for the global business and organizational change communities,” explained Lex Schroeder, LEI managing editor. “It’s a place where thought leaders, coaches, practitioners, and people at any stage of their improvement journeys can share stories, lessons learned, and be in conversation about making things better through lean.”

Invitation to Participate
Schroeder said articles should present a new idea, discuss an old idea from a new angle, or raise a question related to the value of lean thinking and practice in the world today. “Everyone is invited to participate, either by submitting an article, joining the dialogue, sharing articles with colleagues, or just reading and learning,” she said. “We’re aiming to create a unique mix of voices and perspectives on The Lean Post, and we really want to invite people to submit posts.”

To stay updated on the latest posts, readers can subscribe to the blog by an RSS feed that is customizable by topic and author. The Lean Post can be viewed at: http://www.lean.org/LeanPost

Lean Enterprise Institute
Lean Enterprise Institute Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, makes things better through lean research, education, publishing, and conferences. Guided by a mission to advance lean thinking and practice around the world, LEI also supports other lean initiatives such as the Lean Global Network, the Lean Education Academic Network, and the Healthcare Value Network. Visit LEI at http://www.lean.org for more information.

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