Lean Thinking in the Office: Organize administrative and office processes by value stream rather than function. Drew Locher. (March/April 2008) [resource not subscribed to by the University of Houston Libraries. This article may be withdrawn by its host at anytime]
Jiju Antony, (2011) "Six Sigma vs Lean: Some perspectives from leading academics and practitioners", International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, Vol. 60 Iss: 2, pp.185 - 190
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Christopher, D. C. (2005). Clean house with lean 5S. Quality Progress, 38(6), 27-32.
Shook, J. (2009). Toyota's secret. MIT Sloan Management Review, 50(4), 30-33.
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