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Lean For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Natalie J. Sayer, Bruce Williams

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Chapter 19

Ten Places to Go for Help

In This Chapter

arrow Browsing on the Web

arrow Entering the Lean blogosphere

arrow Joining associations and societies

arrow Using the services of facilitators and consultants

This book is a great introduction to Lean. We provide you with a broad understanding and working knowledge, showing you the principles and practices, the methods and tools, the language and jargon. But as complete as this book is, there’s so much more to Lean than could ever fit in 408 pages.

Fortunately, Lean is so well-known and widely practiced that many, many sources of help — on every aspect and element of Lean — are available to you. Researchers and practitioners, businesses and organizations, blogs and websites, societies and associations, authors and historians — they’re all out there, accessible, and available to help. Whether you want more knowledge, education and training, consulting and project assistance, tools and technologies, or reference publications, you’ve got it. In this final chapter, we introduce you to the greater world of Lean support that can pick up where we leave off. ...

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