Finding Practical Continuous Improvement Information Is Easier and Faster on the New Lean Enterprise Institute Website

Improved navigation and functionality at the new lean.org, which launched September 21, 2021, make it easier and faster for businesses to find comprehensive content about continuous improvement. 

Lean Enterprise Institute, Inc., a global leader in lean management thinking, practice, and innovation today announced the launch of its improved website, https://www.lean.org/. The completely redesigned site boasts improved functionality and better navigation that makes finding the site’s comprehensive content about continuous improvement in a variety of industries much easier and faster.

The new website’s clean, modern aesthetics make for better readability and appearance on multiple devices.  

Designed for both experienced and new lean management practitioners, the new website is organized for business people who want to:  

  • Research in-depth continuous improvement content in the Knowledge Center to explore lean situationally by context, recognizing that different circumstances have common yet unique problems and challenges 
  • Read the Lean Post for the latest thought-leading articles and reports from the gemba 
  • Discover and register for Events and Training to grow a network and build personal capacity for innovation, improvement, and problem-solving 
  • Buy books and workbooks in the Store for deeper study into the nuances of lean thinking and methods of lean practice. 

 Anyone seeking to continuously improve customer satisfaction, lead time, costs, quality, new product development, and other key business performance measures—managers, executives, engineers, and continuous improvement professionals in manufacturing and service industries—will benefit from the many articles, books, blog posts, multi-media content, and training resources on the site. 

About the Lean Enterprise Institute 

Lean Enterprise Institute Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Boston, MA, with a mission to make things better through lean thinking and practice by helping companies create more value and prosperity while consuming the fewest possible resources. Founded in 1997 by management expert James Womack, PhD, LEI conducts research through co-learning partnerships with companies, teaches on-site and online workshops, publishes books and ebooks, organizes conferences, and shares practical information about lean thinking and practice at http://www.lean.org

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