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Teaching Lean and Kanban: What’s Working Well
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| by Russell Healy Follow 0 Followers on Jul 05, 2010 |

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Russell Healy presents the basic concepts of Lean and Kanban through analogies, models and simulations: Waste and the Value Stream, inventory or Work In Process, Cycle Time, and the relationship between them.

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Russell Healy leads a team of software developers at the Ministry of Social Development, New Zealand’s largest government department. Outside of work, Russell is actively engaged in the Lean and Agile community in New Zealand. He provides training workshops and consulting services through his company,

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