Lean Product

The Principles of Product Development Flow: Second Generation Lean Product Development

Donald G. Reinertsen, "The Principles of Product Development Flow: Second Generation Lean Product Development"
English | ISBN: 1935401009 | 2009 | 336 pages | AZW, EPUB, MOBI | 7 MB
The Lean Product Playbook: How to Innovate with Minimum Viable Products and Rapid Customer Feedback

The Lean Product Playbook: How to Innovate with Minimum Viable Products and Rapid Customer Feedback by Dan Olsen
English | 2015 | ISBN: 1118960874 | 336 pages | PDF + EPUB | 5,4 + 4,7 MB
The Lean Machine: How Harley-Davidson Drove Top-Line Growth and Profitability with Revolutionary Lean Product... (repost)

Dantar P. Oosterwal, "The Lean Machine: How Harley-Davidson Drove Top-Line Growth and Profitability with Revolutionary Lean Product Development"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 0814413781 | 254 pages | PDF | 6,3 MB
The Mastery of Innovation: A Field Guide to Lean Product Development (repost)

The Mastery of Innovation: A Field Guide to Lean Product Development by Katherine Radeka
English | 2012 | ISBN: 1439877025 | 265 pages | PDF | 9 MB
Mastering Lean Product Development: A Practical, Event-Driven Process for Maximizing Speed, Profits, and Quality

Mastering Lean Product Development: A Practical, Event-Driven Process for Maximizing Speed, Profits, and Quality by Ronald Mascitelli
2011 | ISBN: 0966269748 | English | 323 pages | PDF | 7 MB
The Mastery of Innovation: A Field Guide to Lean Product Development

The Mastery of Innovation: A Field Guide to Lean Product Development by Katherine Radeka
2012 | ISBN: 1439877025 | English | 265 pages | PDF | 9 MB
The Lean Machine: How Harley-Davidson Drove Top-Line Growth and Profitability with Revolutionary Lean Product... (repost)

Dantar P. Oosterwal, "The Lean Machine: How Harley-Davidson Drove Top-Line Growth and Profitability with Revolutionary Lean Product Development"
2010 | ISBN: 0814413781 | 254 pages | PDF | 6,3 MB

There may be no more iconic American brand than Harley-Davidson. But like many storied companies, Harley has had to evolve to stay on top and at times its very existence has been threatened. Practically extinct in the mid-1980's, the company began a miraculous turnaround centered on a product development and manufacturing revolution. With dramatic improvements in efficiency and bottom-line results, Harley returned to dominance. At the core of this incredible story was author Dantar Oosterwal, who brings the transformation of Harley-Davidson to life in "The Lean Machine". Filled with crucial lessons for any product development environment, it's also a great American success story.
The Lean Machine: How Harley-Davidson Drove Top-Line Growth and Profitability with Revolutionary Lean Product Development

Dantar P. Oosterwal, "The Lean Machine: How Harley-Davidson Drove Top-Line Growth and Profitability with Revolutionary Lean Product Development"
AMACOM | 2010 | ISBN: 0814413781 | 254 pages | PDF | 5,8 MB
Agile Software Requirements: Lean Requirements Practices for Teams, Programs, and the Enterprise (Repost)

Agile Software Requirements: Lean Requirements Practices for Teams, Programs, and the Enterprise by Dean Leffingwell
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional | 2011 | ISBN: 0321635841 | 560 pages | PDF | 19,2 MB

“We need better approaches to understanding and managing software requirements, and Dean provides them in this book. He draws ideas from three very useful intellectual pools: classical management practices, Agile methods, and lean product development. By combining the strengths of these three approaches, he has produced something that works better than any one in isolation.”
Agile Software Requirements: Lean Requirements Practices for Teams, Programs, and the Enterprise

Agile Software Requirements: Lean Requirements Practices for Teams, Programs, and the Enterprise (Agile Software Development Series) by Dean Leffingwell
English | Jan. 6, 2011 | ISBN: 0321635841 | 559 Pages | PDF | 19 MB

“We need better approaches to understanding and managing software requirements, and Dean provides them in this book. He draws ideas from three very useful intellectual pools: classical management practices, Agile methods, and lean product development. By combining the strengths of these three approaches, he has produced something that works better than any one in isolation.”