Lean Culture Change: Using a Daily Management System
Lean Culture Change, Reveals Phase 1 Level A of The Transformation Curve
Steven Leuschel, Lean healthcare practitioner pens book, Lean Culture Change Using a Daily Management System. This new book reveals decades of organizational transformation knowledge deeply rooted in the Toyota Production System and Toyota’s culture.
Lean Culture Change is based on the teachings of Rodger B. Lewis, former General Manager of Quality at Toyota during the Georgetown ramp up. Lewis via the Transformation Curve has successfully transformed divisions of General Motors and organizations around the globe for decades. Now, it’s time that healthcare organizations begin to learn a long-term strategic approach to transformation— not just becoming Lean, doing kaizen events, or creating a model cell. In Lean Culture Change, Leuschel describes the initial steps of the Transformation Curve’s Phase 1 Level A with real-life healthcare examples and case studies.
Lean Culture Change is designed to be a training manual for team leaders and Senior Leaders who wish to study and adapt the Transformation Curve. It contains over 200 pages, 100 images/examples, and 6 case studies, an Afterword and Post Script.