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Mark Graban Nov 14
John Shook: “There are three kinds of leaders. Those that tell you what to do. Those that allow you to do what you want. And Lean leaders that come down to the work and help you figure it out.”
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Melissa Perri 19h
There is no excuse for not learning, no matter what industry you're in. Tiny excerpt from my book. (Not edited yet. Also, I'm debating keeping that word in there, lmk what you think)
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∃! Nov 17
should prescription pills be eliminated? if it was a possibility that is, so we just have weed cigs n liquor/beer
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Augusto Evangelisti Nov 14
If you are not able to answer the question "When will you know you are finished with this task?" chances are you are wasting your time
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Tom Stacey Nov 18
Our MSc Supply Chain students visited Mini plant at Oxford this year to help understand the concepts of production. Learn more at our
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Hannu-Matias Nurmi Nov 15
While boarding, why don't airlines invite people with window seat first, middle seat then and the ones with aisle seat last?
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MBA Launchpad Nov 14
Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace study found across 142 countries, only 13 percent of people are fully engaged at work!!
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Jim Benson Nov 16
There is a difference between quality and perfection. One is obtainable. One is not. One is a dialog one is a monologue. Seek quality.
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Ashley Hubbard 3h
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Lean Enterprise Inst Nov 16
The Bakery: A Q&A with 365's Staff
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okay 15m
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Kanbanize Nov 15
Want to make the most of Kanban? You need to implement a pull system. Learn how to establish and maintain it.
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Eagle Group MFG 1h
" Think you know the origins of lean ? Think again: "
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Augusto Evangelisti Nov 17
I am loving book. Knowledge work as it should be
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Mark Graban 2h
And not every visual is "visual management." Prices on store shelf items... not "visual management." Visual, yes.
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Mark Graban Nov 15
Borrowing (and modifying for writing) a phase I learned from "Fall in love with your reader and the problems they're trying to solve, rather than falling in love with your writing and solutions."
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Benjamin Bikman 1h
Could your rough be a consequence of ? This study posits the theory, finding that skin is 70% rougher vs. skin.
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TANK™ 🦃🍁🍂🍠🥃 Nov 17
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Jonna Kerman Nov 17
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Mark Graban 2h
Continuing the theme, not every sign is "visual management." Not even close this time. The "education" you get from a site...
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