February 16th 2010
SWAT. Systems working all together. Timothy L. Johnson. 2010 ISBN 9781934417027. A very good book on using systems thinking. This is a great application of many of the most useful parts of lean and six sigma thinking. I enjoyed how the author has boiled this to a simple to digest and apply process. By using the business fable format, he draws you in as the reader. I read this at one sitting, I could not put it down. If you run a business, conduct meetings and want to accomplish things in your life with groups, this is a very useful book!
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