Lean Lessons for the Digital Age 
Daniel T Jones
From Lean to Learn 
Engaging everyone to do things they could not do 
Learning through problem solving and 
repeated pract...
From Projects to Streams 
Accelerated incremental learning beats big projects 
Compress time, bite sized chunks rhythm, pu...
From Craftsmen to Sensei 
We learn faster together than alone 
By asking Questions 
Enabling & Mentoring 
Challenge & Resp...
From Experts to Users 
Legacy mind-set: Experts know best 
Develop knowledgeable users as partners 
How to capture the lea...
From Control to Value 
Legacy mind-set: Command, Control, Compliance 
Focused on enabling the front line 
User focused val...
From Systems to Networks 
What communications support a lean enterprise? 
Is the Web a model? Disaggregated - user initiat...
Lean Lessons for the Digital Age 
Daniel T Jones 
dan@leanuk.org @DanielJonesLean www.leanuk.org www.leanglobal.org
Lean Lessons for the Digital Age by Daniel T Jones, Lean IT Summit 2014
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Lean Lessons for the Digital Age by Daniel T Jones, Lean IT Summit 2014

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What can Lean contribute to the Digital Age: beyond Lean startups. Daniel Jones is the founder of the Lean movement and patron of the Lean IT Summit, discover the opening keynote of the 2014 summit. The video of the presentation will be available on Institut Lean France Youtube channel.

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Lean Lessons for the Digital Age by Daniel T Jones, Lean IT Summit 2014

  1. 1. Lean Lessons for the Digital Age Daniel T Jones
  2. 2. From Lean to Learn Engaging everyone to do things they could not do Learning through problem solving and repeated practice
  3. 3. From Projects to Streams Accelerated incremental learning beats big projects Compress time, bite sized chunks rhythm, pull, align capacity with demand quick learning and feedback Continuously improve our product/service/knowledge & delivery streams
  4. 4. From Craftsmen to Sensei We learn faster together than alone By asking Questions Enabling & Mentoring Challenge & Respect We learn by helping others learn
  5. 5. From Experts to Users Legacy mind-set: Experts know best Develop knowledgeable users as partners How to capture the learning? What to automate and when?
  6. 6. From Control to Value Legacy mind-set: Command, Control, Compliance Focused on enabling the front line User focused value streams Clear direction & purpose Are we helping users to solve their problems?
  7. 7. From Systems to Networks What communications support a lean enterprise? Is the Web a model? Disaggregated - user initiated Whose data is it?
  8. 8. Lean Lessons for the Digital Age Daniel T Jones dan@leanuk.org @DanielJonesLean www.leanuk.org www.leanglobal.org

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