selection of highlighted blog posts from Lean bloggers from the month of December,
2016. You can also view the previous
monthly Lean Roundups here.
for Business Impact– Bob Emiliani recommends two approaches to leadership
development: One that is proven to have substantial actual business impact, and
one that has great potential for actual business impact.
Leadership Salad – Ronnie Daughtry
explains implementing tools alone won’t change culture but there are 10
leadership behaviors that can.
The Lure of Rapid Lean
Transformation – Mark Rosenthal finds organizations who want lean results,
but they want someone else to do the work to make it that way, however, the
problem is you can’t outsource your own thinking.
Bias – John Hunters explains why we need to learn and then
adjust our thinking and our management systems to work well given our
understanding of how our beliefs suffer from systemic weaknesses, such as
Tim McMahon is the Founder and Contributor of A Lean Journey Blog. This site is dedicated to sharing lessons and experiences along the Lean Journey in the Quest for True North. The blog also serves as the source for learning and reflection which are critical elements in Lean Thinking.
Tim is a lean practitioner with more than 10 years of Lean manufacturing experience. He currently leads continuous improvement efforts for a high tech manufacturer in a Quality Management role.
Tim McMahon is a member of ASQ Influential Voices who facilitate discussions regarding quality matters globally.