Ontario, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/22/2014 -- The president of The Lean Leadership Institute, George Trachilis, has announced the release of this practical guide that is now available in the market with copies signed by the author. This book is an adaptation of the popular online course coached by Dr.Liker, The Toyota Way to Lean Leadership that received an incredible response from the business domain. Developing Lean Leaders at all Levels is an effort to make this invaluable information available to more people, as many cannot afford a course.
This book answers one of the most frequently asked questions in any work environment - Why do most companies trying to implement Lean, fail to get the results that they expected? The book focuses on all aspects of people development through the use of problem solving, and the coaching of this group of people to solve problems as a team.This practical guide paints a comprehendible picture on how to coach and all the values associated with effective coaching. The solutions offered by this book make up a clear-cut path that a manager or a leader should follow, to achieve long term success.
An excerpt from the book highlights its core ideas; “It takes ten times the amount of time to improve people than it does to improve a process” - the message is to be Patient.
The concepts in the guide are based on an effective Lean Leadership Development Model that has been proved to produce excellent results. Readers can even join their online office, which is free for 7 days, and can download the webinars on the topic by the author himself. Developing Lean Leaders at all Levels is being sold everywhere in the market and a signed copy can be acquired here.
“In this book Jeffrey Liker has done an excellent job to explain the big picture of Lean and how you can connect it to your daily work.” - Arnulf Kilp, Director Engineering Quality Systems, Johnson Controls Automotive Seating
About Dr. Jeffery K. Liker
Dr. Jeffery K. Liker is Senior Advisor and Partner of the Lean Leadership Institute and has many years of experience in Lean as a thought leader and a consultant. He has authored many bestselling books and articles which have won him eleven Shingo Prizes for Research Excellence.
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