Lean Thinking Pocket Cards Teach Core Concepts -- and Inspire Action
Lean Learning Solutions Inc. launches its newest product -- Lean Thinking Pocket Cards -- to meet the need for small-scale reference cards that communicate core Lean concepts in a visually engaging way.
(PRWEB) February 5, 2010
Lean Learning Solutions Inc. (http://www.leansystems.org) introduces the Lean Thinking Pocket Cards, a set of twelve illustrated cards that teach core Lean concepts with a light and humorous touch. Each card presents a Lean thinking topic then contrasts it against conventional thinking on the reverse side.
“People learn best when they’re laughing,” says Pascal Dennis, author of Andy & Me, Getting the Right Things Done, and other Lean best-sellers. “We’ve tried to bring a light touch to these critically important concepts.”
Topics covered include: Leadership, Problem Solving, Planning, Simplicity, Pull, Flow, Standards, and Quality at the Source.
Lean Thinking Pocket Cards are made out of tear-resistant, waterproof card stock to withstand daily use. Cards are 3.5” x 5.5”, bound at the top by two clip rings to allow customers to change the sequence to suite their needs. The Lean Thinking Pocket Cards are available now in the United States through the Lean Pathways Web Site and Amazon.com. Pricing starts at $18.95 per set. Customers outside of the United States must contact Lean Learning Solutions directly to order.
Find out more about LLS’s Pocket Cards and Order cards directly by visiting http://www.leansystems.org andhttp://www.amazon.com and search for “Lean Tools Pocket Cards” or "Pascal Dennis" in "All Departments".
About Lean Learning Solutions Inc.
Lean Learning Solutions Inc. provides Lean educational material that teaches core concepts and supports implementation across the enterprise. The Directors, Pascal Dennis and Alistair Norval, are veterans of leading Lean companies who have grasped Lean production through years of practice, and by studying with Lean masters in Japan and North America. Lean Learning Solutions is a subsidiary of Lean Pathways Inc. Visit http://www.leansystems.org for more information.