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Javier Bonnemaison Jul 11
“Why is it that productivity increases as quality improves? Less rework. There is no better answer.” W. Edwards Deming, Out of the Crisis, 1982 (Chapter 1)
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Bob Marshall Jul 9
Perhaps ’s choice of the word “respect” is simply a rather unfortunate error of translation. Perhaps the original Japanese term 人間性尊重 as used by Toyota, meaning “Holding precious what it is to be human” would have been more helpful?
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Mark Graban Jul 9
“We’re doing .” OK, have you ever shadowed a nurse for a day? Are you addressing chronic understaffing that harms patients and increases staff turnover? Are you mistake proofing care processes? “Come look at this whiteboard. It has some numbers colored red. They re bad.”
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Lean Outfitters Jul 8
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Jim Benson Jul 10
Understanding is emergent, you don't start knowing the answers. Resist up front big plans, replace with goals&feedback loops.
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John Cutler Jul 15
Tip: The same forces that were keeping your from “measuring what matters” before, will keep you from using OKRs (or a dozen other good frameworks) now Therefore, you will graft the old onto the new, unless you address those forces.
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Troy Tuttle Jul 9
Personality tests/profiles/assessments are an excuse / distraction from your org’s systemic problems. It would be like discussing what species of fish to stock In your lake, when the water content, or ecosystem, is toxic to most aquatic life.
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Harris & Bruno Intl. 21m
Last week at H&B, Plant Manager Daniel Carr presented 13 employees with their certificate of completion for the Job Instruction Training portion of the Lean Leadership Training Program. They are now certified in providing world-class training to our teams at H&B!
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France Bergeron 🇨🇦 Jul 13
Preparing for our last for Government training day in beautiful Bruce County
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Dimitar Karaivanov Jul 12
Toyota made happen, because they made a pact with their people. Something like "You give us lean, we give you job security". What's the pact we can make with people, once job security is table stakes? Ours is "we'll help you be the best".
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raymond 3h
I’m super sleepy right now damn I should have got more sleep now I feel like I’m off the
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Grant Klein Jul 15
The original specialists.
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Tinaye Edwell Jul 12
"OUR BLESSING IS LOCKEP UP IN OUR BITTERNESS" Let's forgive one another So I tried to ignore these words for the past 2 days but they kept on ringing. Spreading the same gospel. . It's not easy but you can it...
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Agile-Lean Ireland Jul 7
We've just opened our Call for Speakers for Agile-Lean Ireland 2019 at Croke Park! Do you have learnings you want to share with the community? We want to hear from YOU! Apply now at
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Mark Graban Jul 12
“TPS kaizen begins with a Q: “What problem are you trying to solve?” Once a company has identified the problem, it can begin to engage its employees in solving it through improving the work... and develops its people.” - Lessons from Japan: Day Four
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Agile Lean Europe Jul 13
Kraftwerk, the former power transformer station in the heart of Zürich, is the venue we have been waiting for. Learn all about it:
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Judge Lynn Toler 20h
Before I speak I get everyone to with me.
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Ron Cox Jul 14
There are a number of principles I used to help me get this tired old body up the mountain; no excuses for not investing in Lean in your flatland business #19
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Lean Enterprise Inst 8h
Leadership and Having an Effective Plan by Andrew Quibell new on the Post.
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Agile Alliance Jul 11
[Poster] in a Nutshell – with a spice of Nice illustration from
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