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Mark Graban Jun 14
Mike Hoseus story from Toyota Mike: "I have 200 people working for me now." Toyota coach: "No good, Mike-san" Mike: "Why no good?" Toyota: "You work for 200 people"
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Bockstael Jun 19
Pull Planning for the Grant Park CO-OP Renovation. Multiple Phases and an occupied store require collaboration
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Jesse Diaz Jun 19
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Katie Anderson Jun 14
Hoesus- “Your job as a leader is to create an army of problem solvers.”
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John Cutler Jun 13
always bumps up against the faux certainty of the org chart, leadership platitudes, and focus on the individual vs team. My guess... we need to conceive of wholly new functions / role to get this right.
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JEMIchoo👅❤️ Jun 20
Eat right , stay consistent with workouts , & drink plenty of water.... 💪🏽🏋🏽‍♀️♥️
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Alexei Zheglov Jun 20
Fit-for-Purpose is a destination. Kanban is how you get there. post-
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Kayla Woods Jun 19
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Ron Quartel Jun 15
Take code reviews and optimize for flow - you get pair programming. Pair programming removes the delay in time between ready for review and review. Also comes with a bunch of other benefits including making your day more fun.
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John Cutler Jun 16
Software ... building is *easier* than learning/measuring, until the accumulation of non-value-producing complexity makes building the limiter.
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GBMP 5h
benchmarking plant tour at Shingo Prize recipient Boston Centerless getting underway...yay!
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Marky 🤙🏻 Jun 19
Love a good order 💪🏼
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SOULJAROBSODMG Jun 15
your question is answered sipping Ain’t a joke I been addicted so many years but if you know u can quit please try
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KayEye TheKid_SA 54m
Refill The Cup...Add Some Ice..Light The Joint...And Take A Sit!!! iNcika...
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John Cutler Jun 15
“Continuous improvement sounds like something is always broken...never being good enough...always exposing our faults...something extra in addition to our jobs” Pondering.
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WSHTKaizen 6h
Solving some big problems: great individuals learning some fab tools on day 2 of yellow belt training .
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Ash Desai Jun 12
Baltimore - The Greatest City in America
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Troy Tuttle Jun 14
Meaningful change might mean the difference between: A. Receiving “certificates of appreciation” printed on color paper for going above and beyond expectations. B. Getting your nights and weekends back because going “above and beyond” is no longer necessary.
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Drew Locher 18h
is introduced to . Here’s the team who is redesigning their correction notice process. Excellent group: open minded, willing to share. A great start to what is hoped to be an exciting journey.
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Beth Trueman 8h
I’m very blessed to live where I do as it’s everyday here, but let’s all do what we can. Why not ride your bike today instead of taking the car? It will help you to stay too!
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