Wednesday, May 20, 2015

6th Anniversary of A Lean Journey Blog


Today marks the 6th anniversary of A Lean Journey Blog and as tradition here each year I take the opportunity to reflect. The act of "self-reflection" is called Hansei is Japanese. It is the practice of continuous improvement that consists of looking back and thinking about how a process can be improved.

I’d like to think that I turned my naive endeavor to share learning along my own journey into a successful contribution in the Lean community. As I have said before this labor of love has been a tremendous learning process both from the great fans and other colleagues online that I exchange with and from the process of distilling my own learning with you.

I love statistics, so with this milestone, here are some numbers from the blog:

Total Posts: 1215

Most read post:  DOWNTIME and the Eight Wastes with over 21,000 views

followed by The Six-Step Problem-Solving Process (with over 20,000 views)

Least read post: You Won’t Get Lean, Until You Get Visual

Number of countries/territories who have visited this blog:  216

Top 3 Countries with the most views:
U.S.A.
United Kingdom
Canada

Total views:  Over 737,000 and climbing

Unique visits: Over 550,000

Total comments:  Over 1,500

Total Facebook Fans: Over 1,355

Total Twiter Followers: Over 2,700

LinkedIn Members: Over 1,100


Top 5 posts this past year:
The Six-Step Problem-Solving Process 
What Lean is Not - 10 Things That Are Not Lean
5 Tips for Implementing 5S
Carrots and Sticks Don’t Motivate in a Thinking Environment
Walt Disney, The Lean Thinker


I would like to thank all the visitors and contributors to A Lean Journey Blog this past year.  It has been a successful Journey this past year. Please, share your feedback so that A Lean Journey can be even more successful next year.

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1 comment:

  1. Congratulations. I like the least read post data :-)

    It is wonderful that managers have blogs like this one to learn from.

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