Monday, December 16, 2019

Top 10 Posts of 2019


The end of the year is traditionally a time to look back and reflect. One way to reflect is to evaluate popular blog posts. I have been taking time to reflect on the year that was and as part of that reflection I have flipped back through the 150 blog posts I have written so far this year and compiled a list of my Top 10.

10. 6 Surefire Ways to Kill Morale – Avoid these six simple blunders that are morale killers and prevent your employees from sticking around.
9. 7 Key Factors of Successful Teams – No team will succeed without these basic seven factors on your team.
8. 6 Steps to Better Problem Solving Skills – Refine your skills through training, practice and learning can provide the ability to solve problems more effectively and over time address problems with a greater degree of complexity and difficulty.
7. 7 Tips for Improving Your Communication Skills and Your Business – Effective communication skills are critical in your business, use these tips to improve your skills.
6. 5 Myths of Standard Work - There are many myths regarding standardized work that if followed create a flawed system.
5. 10 Tips to a Better Value Stream Map – Tips on creating a value stream map for your organization that can bring value to your customers.
4. 5 Ways to Cultivate a Problem Solving Culture – How to develop a problem solving culture in your company.
3. 5 Ways to Improve Your Kaizens – Tips from my experience that will make your kaizens more effective.
2. 10 Tips for Being a Better Leader -  Ten simple tips can help you to boost your leadership ability and drive your business to greater heights.

1. Visual Management Boards: Manual vs Digital - When it comes to visual boards in the workplace the most common line of questioning is related to manual visuals versus computerized/digital visuals. 

What were some of your favorite Lean posts from 2019? Any recommendations for next year?


Thanks for your continued readership in 2019. I hope you enjoy the holiday season and go on to achieve Lean success in 2020.
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