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Teaching Lean Thinking Principles Through Hands-on Simulations
The teaching of Lean Enterprise Thinking in the aerospace context requires that students understand a complex subject—aerospace enterprises and their transformation—in a deep and intuitive way. Without this context, the ...
LAI Educational Network: Are We Making a Difference?
LAI Executive Board Dinner presentation
Enhancing Faculty Competency in Lean Thinking Bodies of Knowledge
The Lean Aerospace Initiative’s (LAI) Educational Network (EdNet) established in 2002 is comprised of 32 universities who share a common interest to collaborate on developing and deploying curriculum for teaching lean ...
Active Learning Strategies for Teaching Lean Thinking
Active learning is a method of designing instruction so that classroom students are actively involved in learning concepts and content. Instead of casting students into the role of passive listener, active learning techniques ...