Jun 21, 2016

Lean and IHI’s Approach to QI: Do You Have to Choose?

In this interview, IHI Senior Scientist Gareth Parry addresses some of the misconceptions about Lean and the IHI approach to quality improvement, including whether or not the approaches are compatible.

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