Category Archives: Economics of Lean

Lean & Six Sigma: What’s The Difference??

WHY:           Lean primarily focuses on how we create value for the customer, rather than on the production or other processes. Waste is anything we do that the customer does not value. Six Sigma primarily focuses on the … Continue reading

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Lean Accounting Attributes

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What I Learned About Lean at a Theological Conference

I attended a conference this week where academics from the U.S., Canada, Europe, and other countries addressed thorny theological issues within a lively and growing church movement. I was there to support my son who was one of the organizers. Most … Continue reading

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