Lean innovation drives more efficient corporate learning

Tom Agan writes in the Harvard Business Review that lean innovation lends itself particularly well to corporate organisations, especially those with a focus on engineering and process-improvement programs like Six Sigma.

One of the key premises of this article is that lean innovation is not a better innovation process, but a more efficient learning process, and that creating a better environment for learning in your organisation is key.

This is very much a corporate culture issue, based on a commitment to learning and sharing insights with everyone in the organisation.

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