"Reading The Gold Mine is like eavesdropping on a sensei dispensing gems to a client," says co-publisher Daniel Jones, founder of the Lean Academy in the UK. "Readers, especially those individuals working on the shop floor, will gain revelation and inspiration by living through the experiences of the hero. Managers and executives just beginning a lean transformation will learn valuable insights about how to sidestep the technical and people problems that lay ahead. And experienced lean thinkers will discover fresh insights about overcoming resistance to change."
The Gold Mine allows you to understand Lean manufacturing processes required to continuously improve. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Greg Bashford
Much like The Lean Manager, The Gold Mine is an exceptional resource for learning about lean principles and how they apply in the workplace. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jecynta O.
A great introduction to Lean. First it reads like a good novel with interesting caracters, then you go back and reread it for the extremely well explained Lean practices. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Maurice Contal
Freddy Balle tried to even out odd parts of lean by Theory of Constraints ideas.
TOC has not been mentioned in the book as usual like all other lean literature. Read more
Excellent read. Incorporates the lean fundamentals in a novel format that is easy to read. All in all this an excellent book that uses practical examples to explain the Lean... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mark Schrull
No dry theory here...the book weaves a believable tale through situations demanding Lean and you pick up all the Lean terms and see their usage in real life.Published 11 months ago by O.P.VERMA