Monday, October 3, 2016

Lean Roundup #88 – September, 2016

A selection of highlighted blog posts from Lean bloggers from the month of September, 2016.  You can also view the previous monthly Lean Roundups here.

Summer Memory – Bruce Hamilton shares several lessons from a summer job at a seafood restaurant.

Lead by Building Organizational Capability – John Hunter talks about helping people solve their own problems.

Your Business is Hemorrhaging and You Don’t Even Know It – Scott Gavin says the process of understanding inconsistency leads to alleviating the burden of unpredictability on employees up and down the food chain.

Better Meetings for Your Organization – John Hunter shares principles he believes will make meetings in your organization less frustrating and more effective.

Doormats – Bruce Hamilton talks about the rules that hold engineers back making them nothing more than doormats.

Fear of a Lean Planet – Bob Emiliani discusses the fear of businesses widely accepting and adopting Lean thinking.

Linking Transformation to the Front Line – Linda Duvall says leaders should provide direction on where the staff should focus their improvement effort not tell them what ideas to implement.

What Makes Toxic Cultures? - Pascal Dennis discusses what creates a toxic culture and how remedy it.

The 5 Frequencies of Leadership, and how I apply them to coaching soccer – Jamie Flinchbaugh applies leadership lessons to coaching soccer to show that anyone can use them.

How to Spot Signs of a Lean Collapse – Jon Miller tells you how to spot a Lean collapse or slow down before it occurs.

The Value of Depth and Detail – Kevin Meyer says we are losing the ability to access and process knowledge, lean and otherwise, based on lack of detail and depth.

Why I don’t like Lean houses, except one – Michael Balle talks about the flaws and misconceptions of Lean (Toyota) House for continuous improvement models.

Lean Leadership Training: From Batch to Flow – Bob Emiliani discusses the approach and purpose of Lean training for business leaders.

Muda Corporation: Improving Your Suggestions System – Marius Gil talks about how to keep your suggestion system from failing.

Innovation in the Work – John Shook writes about Lean and innovation and why it is important together.

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