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Don’t Get Too Comfortable Being Number One if You Want to Stay There – Part 2

By | January 18th, 2017|Categories: Business, Case Study, Corporate Learning|

In part one of this series, I focused on hard lessons learned by Kodak, who had the technology and capability for the first digital camera back in 1975, but was beat to the digital market by their competition because they became complacent with their monopoly in the 35mm camera market. It certainly was a sad lesson, [...]

Study Reveals Benefits of Lean Fundamentals Program for High School Students

By | March 22nd, 2016|Categories: Case Study, Lean Fundamentals|Tags: , , , |

A recent cooperative study uncovers the value and effectiveness of the Lean Fundamentals Program in a collaborative high school setting. Lean Learning Center recently collaborated with Oakland University and the Clintondale Community School District to offer Clintondale High School students a six-week course on Lean methods which included an extensive project-based learning simulation. The goal of [...]

Part Three: Is Lean Curriculum Appropriate for the 21st Century High School?

By | February 3rd, 2016|Categories: Case Study, Lean Learning|Tags: , , , |

This is part three of our series about a collaboration between Lean Learning Center, Oakland University, and the Clintondale Community School District offering students in two elective classes at Clintondale High School a six-week (30 lessons) course on Lean methods that included an extensive project-based learning simulation. If you’d like to catch up on Part One [...]

Part Two: Is Lean Curriculum Appropriate for the 21st Century High School?

By | January 26th, 2016|Categories: Case Study|Tags: , , , , , |

This is part two of our series about a collaboration between Lean Learning Center, Oakland University, and the Clintondale Community School District offering students in two elective classes at Clintondale High School a six-week (30 lessons) course on Lean methods that included an extensive project-based learning simulation. If you’d like to catch up on Part One [...]

Part One: Is Lean Curriculum Appropriate for the 21st Century High School?

By | January 21st, 2016|Categories: Case Study, Lean Learning|Tags: , , , |

Lean Learning Center recently participated in a collaboration with Oakland University and the Clintondale Community School District offering students in two elective classes at Clintondale High School a six-week (30 lessons) course on Lean methods that included an extensive project-based learning simulation. This program set out to prove that lean can provide high school students with [...]