From lean modules to a lean mindset

Chick-fil-A's success shows how leveraging your greatest asset speeds up cultural change

By David B. Reid

Most companies treat lean as a tool set to improve processes from the top down. However, the top-down approach is costly, not scalable and too slow to keep pace with the changes needed to stay competitive.


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