Lean L3 Labs are also invaluable for solving innovative learning and operational performance issues.
“Learning should progress in sensible steps and provide sufficient practice to develop the necessary level of performance,” states Quinn. Social learning through externalizing processes that use lean tools can also play an important role in minimizing problems that occur in random errors. Lean templates and roadmaps maintain alignment within performance contexts without limiting the conceptualization process.
Most important of all is lean’s 3-step performance process: Learn-Apply-Reflect. This formula is the backbone of lean’s expert, efficient, time- and cost-effective performance.
“The end result is that we can change our learning practices for the better, and impact our outcomes, by understanding cognitive science in general, and the learning sciences in particular,” concludes Dirksen.
 For a review of the 4 Lean Rules and 5 Lean Principles, see Power the Lean Enterprise, by Bill Artzberger. Mesa AZ: Dandelion Books, 2017. https://www.amazon.com/Powering-Lean-Enterprise-Fundamentals-Super-Charging/dp/0996708960/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1489785470&sr=1-1&keywords=powering+the+lean+enterprise
 “The Cognitive Science behind Learning,” January/February 2017 issue of CLOMedia.com
 Op. Cit., Dirksen, principal of Usable Learning, quoted in “The Cognitive Science behind Learning,” January/February 2017 issue of CLOMedia.com.