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Lean or Leaning or LEAN may refer to:
- Le'an County, in Jiangxi, China
- David Lean, English film director, producer and editor
- Yung Lean, Swedish singer-songwriter and rapper
- Lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush), a freshwater char living mainly in lakes in northern North America
- Lean (recreational drug), also called "purple drank" "sizzurp," or "syrup," a recreational drug based on cough syrup
- Lean meat
- Lean thinking, a business methodology
- Lean manufacturing, process improvement discipline
- Lean product development, lean thinking applied to product development
- Lean startup, how to start a company in a lean way
- Lean construction is a translation and adaption of lean manufacturing principles and practices to the end-to-end design and construction process
- Lean laboratory, application of lean manufacturing principles in a laboratory
- Lean services, application of lean manufacturing principles in a service operation
- Lean software development, lean manufacturing principles applied to software development
- Lean integration, application of lean manufacturing principles to data and systems integration
- Lean higher education, application of lean manufacturing principles in Higher Education
- Lean Six Sigma, combination of lean and six sigma approaches.
- Lean accounting, move away from traditional accounting methods to a system that measures and motivates excellent business practices in the lean enterprise.
- Lean Government, application of Lean thinking to government
- Agile, principles of lean used in software development
- in the nomenclature of political forecasting, an electoral race is often described as "leaning" towards a particular political party.
- LARGe SCM, Integration of Lean with Agile, Resilience, and Green in Supply Chain Management
- Lien (disambiguation)
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