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The world of business is constantly changing, and in order to stay ahead, companies need leaders who are willing to challenge the status quo and embrace new ways of thinking. This is where lean leaders come in. 

Lean leaders are individuals who have a deep understanding of lean principles and are able to apply them in innovative ways to transform their organizations. These leaders are not content with the way things are done, and are constantly looking for ways to improve processes, eliminate waste, and create more value for their customers.

Operational excellence is the constant effort to make an organization’s processes, methods, and culture better and more efficient. It means figuring out how to run your business so that you can offer consistent, high-quality products or services while minimizing waste, cutting costs, and getting the most value out of your customers. In times of change, operational success is even more important as businesses try to adapt and thrive in a business world that is changing quickly. In this piece, we’ll talk about the idea of “operational excellence” and list the steps to take to get there during a change.

The Lean transformation does not follow a single strategy: In some companies, Lean starts out as a grassroots initiative, driven by a single team or department, and eventually expands across the entire company. In other cases, a planned, concerted effort is made to adopt Lean techniques, principles, and business structures at the top of the organisation.

Lean concepts, which were initially created by Toyota, have moved beyond the manufacturing industry to serve as a useful framework for executives in a variety of fields.