As 2011 goes into the history books I want to take a moment to reflect on this past year. Nearly 79,000 people have visted the site this year. I posted 230 articles on the site in 2011. It has truly been a very positive and full year.
Here is a collection of the Top 10 posts for 2011 by views:
10. Lean at Home: My Visual Schedule - posted May 16, was where I shared my family's visual scheduling board at home.
9. Lean Simulation: Your Source for Lean Games and Training Tools - posted June 1, was a post I did sharing a new blog from Martin Boersema which covers lean training, video, and games found online.
8. A Tribute to Eli Goldratt - posted June 13, was tribute to Eli Goldratt, a true pioneer in process and business improvement, after his death.
7. The Stages of High Performance Teams - posted April 11, explains the four stages that high performance teams must follow.
6. 12 Ways to Start Building a Continuous Improvement Culture - post March 15, was from a webinar Jeff Hajek and I did on how to start building a culture of continuous improvement in your company.
5. Book Review: Death By Meeting - posted February 23, was a book review I did on the subject of making meetings more engaging and less boring by Patrick Lencioni.
4. The 6 Pillars of 6S - Free Posters - posted July 6, was a collection of posters that have been used to explain 6S to make implementation easy for everyone.
3. Visual Management Board - posted January 11, was really a guest post by my friend Allison Myers describing her visual management board for marketing activities at Lantech.
2. Personal Kanban Kaizen - It's all Digital - posted March 14, shows a digital version of personal kanban system I use for productivity.
1. Ten Ways to Show Respect for People - posted January 17, lists ten ways to show respect for people in your organization like encouraging them.
Do you have any favorites not on this list that you would like to share? Leave a comment.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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