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Q&A with Jana Hocken
Join me live in this session to ask all of your burning "leanfarm" questions. I will be answering questions as you post them (if I have the answer!). Even if you don't have a specific question yourself you can listen to other farmers which might help your situation too.

Oct 27, 2021 08:00 PM in Auckland, Wellington

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Jana Hocken
Lean specialist, Farmer and Author @The LeanFarm Project
With a solid foundation as an engineer with Toyota, Jana brings 20 years of experience practicing, leading, teaching and implementing lean and continuous improvement culture and methodologies into companies globally. She has successfully helped hundreds of companies across all industries apply lean thinking to improve their operations. Since 2017 Jana has helped to bring lean concepts to farming, implementing lean on her family’s 1,000 cow dairy farm in New Zealand. She has founded The LeanFarm Project to help create awareness of lean in farming and her successful LeanFarm training workshops have been delivered to over 1000 farmers across NZ, Australia and Europe. Jana has also engaged with thousands of farmers globally, speaking at numerous ag events, webinars and podcasts. She published her book The Lean Dairy Farm in 2019 to provide farmers around the world with a valuable resource to help them start to apply lean tools and principles in their farming businesses.