In this the last of three parts, Will Sampson talks with Dustin Hunter of Hunter Trim & Cabinets in Fort Worth, Texas, about the amazing transformation of his shop through applying lean manufacturing and continuous improvement principles. Will also shares thoughts on how language and terms can be a barrier to adopting lean manufacturing techniques.
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