Lean Enterprise named in Top 10 books on Digital Transformation for Business Leaders
The Enterprise Project scoured the internet to find the most highly-rated and recommended books on digital transformation. As we approach 2017, it’s time to set up your organization’s path forward in this ever-changing digital world.
We’re delighted that Lean Enterprise has been named by The Enterprise Project in the Top 10 books on Digital Transformation for Business Leaders.
As one Amazon review wrote, “[Lean Enterprise]… clearly explains how the disciplines of lean, agile, kata, lean startup, and design thinking are converging through the unifying principles of an adaptive learning organization.
The authors show how to grow organizations which can innovate rapidly in response to changing market conditions, customer needs, and emerging technologies.”
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