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Lean is a concept of efficient manufacturing that grew out of the Toyota Production System in the mid-20th century. It is based on the philosophy of defining value from the customer's viewpoint. Agile is a methodology used to speed up development and bring new software to market faster, relying on four key values. Design Thinking is an iterative process used to understand user challenges, redefine problems, and identify alternative strategies. All three methods support different steps of the product lifecycle, but ultimately serve the same mindset of improvement and customer value.