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General Discussions Discuss What book are you reading right now? in the Community Center forums; Originally Posted by ChipNDale "Creating a Lean enviroment" Book for work. where do you work? we had to read that junk too. I had to go through numerous "Lean" seminars ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChipNDale View Post
    "Creating a Lean enviroment" Book for work.

    where do you work? we had to read that junk too. I had to go through numerous "Lean" seminars for both office and "work area" environments. none of which did any good. you can't "Lean" the switching out of boxcars.

    I may be off-track, but I'm pretty sure that is the same book and other stuff.

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    Has anyone here read Eldest??

    I liked Eragon ok but was not crazy about it. I just can't decide if I should buy the sequel or not.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GaRain View Post
    You have to read a book about reading?
    Yup! Fun, fun, fun! It is a book filled with testing materials to test people to see what issues they may have with reading. We go through that then tutor elementary students and retest at the end to see if we were helpful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shere_Khan View Post
    Has anyone here read Eldest??

    I liked Eragon ok but was not crazy about it. I just can't decide if I should buy the sequel or not.
    I know this is a late reply... I liked Eldest, especially when it got farther into the book. The ending was great. The middle of the book can get a little dull, though. Most of the story is him training with the Elves.

    I finished A Storm of Swords by George R.R. Martin and I am about to finish the sequel (the 4th book in A Song of Ice and Fire), A Feast for Crows. I really enjoy that series for the storyline. He could leave our some of the details, though. A month ago, I read The Book Thief. It was slow to read, but a good book overall. It really made you think because it causes you to pity the girl growing up in Nazi Germany and makes you wonder how the Allies could ever hurt her or her family. Sadly, those are the only books I have read this summer, Martin's books are about 1,000 pages, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the7thAve View Post
    where do you work? we had to read that junk too. I had to go through numerous "Lean" seminars for both office and "work area" environments. none of which did any good. you can't "Lean" the switching out of boxcars.

    I may be off-track, but I'm pretty sure that is the same book and other stuff.

    I work for a large manufacturing Company and we are all about Lean. LOL First I had to read the Toyota Way (Which was a really great book and easy to read) then it was on to "Creating a Lean enviroment" And I was not a fan. The book just did not capture me and I was just not interested.



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