Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Lean Roundup #90 – November, 2016



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

Lean Without Drama – Bob Emiliani reflects back on how he learned Lean and discusses the drawback for taking a conventional management approach to learning Lean.

15 Things Consultants Add That You – Jeff Hajek shares some extras that consultants provide which are generally things that people can, and should, be doing on their own.

5 Tips To Catapult Employee Engagement During the Holiday Season – Marci Reynolds gives five tips to catapult employee engagement and satisfaction during the holiday season.

Establishing the Leadership Routine - Bill Kirkwood talks about the benefits of leader standard work.

How Does a Fukushima Culture Evolve? – Pascal Dennis talks about the importance of making problems visible and management going to see actual conditions.

Hopes and Dreams – Bob Emiliani says we failed to meet our challenge to use Lean management to help workers prosper and reduce human suffering and why it is still our challenge.

6 Supply Chain Lessons from Henry Ford - Alexa Cheater shares the top six things Henry Ford can teach you about your supply chain.

Transforming the Management System of an Organization – John Hunter talks about implementing a Deming management system.

It’s “What must we learn?” not “What should we do?” – Mark Rosenthal discusses his process of learning over the years.

Introducing Lean in Your Organization – Bob Emiliani shares an approach to implementing Lean by looking at Toyota not those who closely studied Toyota.

Lean People Don’t Say Things Like “Idiot Proofing” – Mark Graban advocates that we can teach instead of identifying idiots when problem solving.

“Simple Ain’t Easy” - Orest (Orry) Fiume talks about the importance of reducing the time it takes to do everything.


Ask Art: What sets lean accounting apart from traditional accounting? – Art Byrne discusses the power of Lean Accounting compared to standard cost accounting.



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