Best Practices: Will lean survive the next generation?

One of the reasons lean is powerful as a management philosophy is that it brings together various and often diverse stakeholders, empowering them to collectively effect change. It achieves this by validating or dispelling past beliefs, piercing cultural boundaries within the organization and creating a common vision among employees regardless of tenure, knowledge or experience.

As we experience generational shifts in the workforce across North America, with Baby Boomers moving into retirement and a growing presence of Millennials, we have to start considering how this shift in generational occupancy will impact the deployment, integration and acceptance of lean.

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