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Implementing lean and organisational development: defining lean change

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Keywords: Organisational development, lean, lean change, organisational change, management, lean management, change

Many businesses fail to sustain lean practices after adopting them. One of the reasons is that adopting lean in a traditional organisation requires a significant level of change in organisational, behavioural and cognitive thinking.

A new study by researchers from New Zealand looked at the issue from an organisational development point of view, to see what the problem is and what can be done about it.

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