Monday, July 25, 2011
The Top Ten Reasons to Like A Lean Journey Facebook Page
I have had a Facebook fan page since May of 2010 and the number of fans continues to grow each month. In a sort of self-fulfilling plug, I thought I would talk about the value of A Lean Journey Facebook Page. Here are the top 10 reasons to be a fan of this page:
10. There are over 500 million active Facebook users and over 50% of the user’s login every day. This means you are already likely where all the information is.
9. Facebook is a great place to distribute information including events, photographs, videos, articles, and of course blog posts.
8. Facebook makes it very easy to share information with your network that you find valuable furthering the discussion.
7. The use of question, polls, and discussion sections in Facebook make it a great place to interact with like-minded thinkers.
6. I frequently posts articles of interest regarding Lean, productivity, management, and continuous improvement. This helps contribute to our need for continuous learning.
5. All my Slide Share presentations are linked to the Facebook page for easy access. As new presentations are updated like that of webinars that Jeff Hajek and I do you can stay informed.
4. If you’re not on Twitter (or if you are) and you still want to stay part of the conversation you can access all the tweets on the Facebook page.
3. In a new series I post the Photo of the Week which is meant to highlight a Lean principle or share a best practice. When it comes to learning a picture is worth a 1000 words.
2. All the blog posts feeds are picked up in Facebook so you can be aware of new posts are they occur.
And the #1 reason
1. Every week day I post a series called Daily Lean Tips. It consists of a thought followed by some brief explanation. The point of the tip is to stimulate some thinking around the topic. This has become a very popular series on Facebook.
So if you are not a fan of A Lean Journey Facebook Page yet then you are certainly missing out on lots of great content. Get connected today.
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