Stories from the Fox Continuous Improvement Team: Everyone can create better ways to work! by Isabelle Alexandre – You’ll learn how workers with mental health, physical and intellectual disabilities, can use continuous improvement to improve work processes. You’ll meet characters like Tiger (borderline personality disorder), Beaver, (autism), Otter, (deaf and mute), and Rabbit (anxiety disorder) and learn how they use their unique strengths to create better ways to work.
Lean4NGO – A free, open, online community that brings together NGO and Nonprofit leadership with the Lean (continuous improvement) community for knowledge sharing and collaboration.
Toyota Production System Support Center (TSSC) – Toyota employees who have shared their Lean (TPS) know-how with other manufacturers, non-profits and community organizations to help them find better ways of doing their day-to-day work.
Sherpa Sustainability Institute – Consulting company focused on educating and coaching individuals on the use of quality tools and principles toward the achievement of Sustainability and Social Responsibility within an organization.
Spread Prosperity – US-based nonprofit that utilizes lean principles to transform humanitarian returns by providing purpose-driven insight, engagement, and investment.
The Lean Data Field Guide – A guide to shift mindsets away from reporting and compliance and toward creating value for a company and its customers, and the use of methods and technologies for data collection that emphasize efficiency and rapid response while still achieving a sufficient degree of rigor. Developed by Acumen in November 2015.
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