Becoming a Lean Enterprise: A Tale of Two Firms - In a lean enterprise, the process becomes the target for improvement as opposed to the people. As a result of applying lean principles, Cessna Aircraft Company's productivity grew 40%-60% in targeted areas, resulting in productivity savings of more than (USD)70 million. A small oral surgery office is also realizing benefits from a business model ...
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