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Your manager doesn’t seem to really understand the Lean tools, and your team is not getting good outcomes.

When an organization embarks on a continuous improvement journey, few people may have a strong understanding of how to implement a Lean business system. There also may be a shortage of people who understand the Lean tools well. This lack of knowledge does not just apply to team members. Leaders may also be at a loss as to what to do.

Problem

Your manager doesn’t seem to really understand the Lean tools, and your team is not getting good outcomes.

How this affects you

You are putting a lot deal of effort into helping to get Lean rolled out, but your job doesn’t seem to be getting any easier or better.

Action to take

This can be disheartening, but keep in mind that your manager may be just as new at Lean as you are—and she has to learn a lot more than you do.

If you are really concerned, you can step up and help by learning specific Lean tools that will support your manager and your team. For example…

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