As 2013 goes into the history books I want to take a moment to reflect on this past year. Over 100,000 people have visited the site this year. I posted nearly 200 articles on the site this year. It has truly been a very positive and full year.
Here is a collection of the Top 10 posts for 2013 by views:
10. The 20 Second Rule of “Lean” Change - posted January 22, describes the idea of frequent small improvements over large projects.
9. 10 More Ways to Show Respect for People - posted April 3, highlights 10 ways you can show respect for people.
8. Management by the Numbers Makes You Blind, Go Beyond the Numbers - posted March 4, describes the pitfalls of managing the numbers despite the people.
7. Lean Quote: Simple Rules for Holding Lean Meetings - posted Jan 4, is a Lean Quote that presents 9 rules for holding effective meetings.
6. Poka Yoke: Mistake Proofing to Reduce Errors - posted August 21, explains the basics of mistake proofing as a means to reduce errors.
5. 10 Things Your Lean Leader Can Do Now To Make a Difference Culturally - posted July 24, describes 10 things your Lean leader can do right now to change the culture.
4. No Time for Improvement Means No Improvement - posted July 9, illustrates the importance of making time for improvement.
3. The Right Order of MUDA, MURA and MURI - posted June 17, explains the correct way to attack the 3Ms consider the impact each other.
2. Top 10 Reason Why Lean Transformation Fails - posted May 6, details 10 common reasons why Lean transformation fails.
1. The 8 Common Wastes in an Office That Cause Downtime – posted February 12, describes the 8 common Lean wastes from an office environment perspective.
Do you have any favorites not on this list that you would like to share? Leave a comment.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!