Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Lean Roundup #123 – August 2019



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

Four Types of Lean People - Bob Emiliani provides some useful information, past and present, to reflect upon as you move forward in your quest for Lean transformation, improvement, or whatever your goal happens to be.

Final Lessons from the Road: Know Thyself, Improve Thyself [Lessons from the Road] -  Jamie Flinchbaugh says it is difficult to appreciate what you’re asking of others if you haven’t experienced it yourself.

How Do Adults Learn? – Al Norval explains adult learning focuses on solving problems, more concretely, realistic problems that people have right now.

6 Steps to Become a Lean Organization - Emily Peterson explores the necessary steps to becoming a Lean organization.

Start small. Move fast. - Dan Markovitz shares advice on how to get started with Toyota Kata.

How Do You Know They Know? – Mark Rosenthal talks about having the learner teach back to the instructor.

Four Types of Lean People - Bob Emiliani provides some useful information, past and present, to reflect upon as you move forward in your quest for Lean transformation, improvement, or whatever your goal happens to be.

Toyota’s Free Riders – Bob Emiliani points out how the mindset, thinking, and spirit that created TPS is missing in these (Lean, Agile, Six Sigma) management practices.

The Soul of a Company – Ron Pereira explains having a mission and vision isn’t sufficient companies need to have a soul.

The Divergent Paths of Old Lean Dudes – Kevin Meyer talks his experience over many years and says our legacy is the success we help create in future generations.

Why Can’t We See the Financial Impact of Continuous Improvement? – Jon Miller shares five common mistakes that prevent us from seeing the financial impact of Lean efforts.

An A3 Approach to Explaining the Case for Process Behavior Charts – Mark Graban discusses the use of Process Behavior Charts for improvement by creating and A3 to explain it.


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