Lean finance if done properly will create strong united teams that will lead team members to do what they are supposed to do. This is part of the cultural change, and the ongoing improvement that comes from lean.
People are then getting more comfortable with an execution-oriented culture and a can-do attitude. That drives them to be impatient for change. They are saying “Why can’t I do it now?”
As such, Lean is something more than just cost reduction. It’s reducing time-to-market, it’s improving service quality, it’s reducing risk exposure, it’s increasing employees’ quality of life. It’s also cost reduction, but the point is to obtain all these other benefits simultaneously.
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