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Lean management is a philosophy and set of tools that organizations can use to improve the flow of work and eliminate waste. It has its roots in the Toyota Production System and was developed by Taiichi Ohno, who was one of the creators of the system. Lean management aims to create value for customers while minimizing waste, which can include anything from defects and rework to time spent waiting for something or someone. Organizations that adopt lean management principles often see improvements in quality, efficiency, productivity, and customer satisfaction. While it can be more challenging than traditional approaches to management, lean management offers many benefits that can help organizations thrive in today’s competitive environment.

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