Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Lean Roundup #122 – July 2019



A selection of highlighted blog posts from Lean bloggers from the month of June, 2019.  You can also view the previous monthly Lean Roundups here.

A selection of highlighted blog posts from Lean bloggers from the month of July, 2019.  You can also view the previous monthly Lean Roundups here.

Lean Fighting Blind – Bob Emiliani explains the adversary that Lean people face is classical management and the institution of business leadership.

The Guessing Game of Lean Leadership – Jon Miller says advancing as a Lean leader requires that you become a better guesser in at least three broad thinking areas.

If You Aren’t Being Heard, Then Listen – Mark Rosenthal says when you say something, and the other person responds by reiterating what they have already said, this is a Big Red Flag for you.

Back to Basics – Employee Engagement – Al Norval explores the basic lean concept of employee engagement.

Leadership with a Capital ‘Lee’ – Jamie Flinchbaugh talks about the leadership qualities of Lee Iacocca.

More Ways to Dig Deeper Using Five Questions  - Kevin Meyer explains that you can dive deeper by asking the same questions 5 times without allowing the same answers.

Reflections on a Lean Futuring Discussion – Steve Kane shares thoughts from group understanding where we’re headed as both individuals and as a community in terms of Lean

Ask Art: Where Will the Biggest Resistance to Lean Come From? – Art Byrne says knowing where the biggest resistance will come from, however should help you focus your early efforts and smooth your Lean turnaround.

Lean Leaders Impede the Advancement of Lean – Bob Emiliani adds to Art’s analysis on resistance the missing sources and causes of resistance to Lean.

Profit and Cost At Toyota – Jean Cunningham shares thoughts and urges others to learn the language of financial outcomes.

Leadership as Defined and Depicted so Well by a Normandy War Memorial – Mark Graban explains leadership from his recent trip to the Normandy War Memorial.



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