Right now, the leadership philosophy, which developed at Toyota after the Second World War, has spread over the whole world and to every type of organization and business, often under the name Lean. Hospitals, schools and companies in all shapes and sizes have their Lean ventures hoping to reach the unbelievable result which Toyota, amongst others, has achieved. But why are there so few enterprises that succeed? Most do not even come close to the results that this management philosophy evidently has the ability to create. One of the most common reasons is that they have not successfully involved all of the employees in the improvements, which stems from leaders who do not understand or are not capable of living up to the meaning "Respect for People". Now you can go behind the scenes at Scania, which has long been regarded as one of the most successful businesses at implementing Lean and involving its workforce. Through true stories you will come to understand what it takes to fully convert to this completely new leadership.
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