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Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Lean Roundup #146 – July 2021

A selection of highlighted blog posts from Lean bloggers from the month of July 2021.  You can also view the previous monthly Lean Roundups here.

The Fog of Big Company Disease – Pascal Dennis talks about the symptoms of big company disease, what he calls the “fog”.

The Five Steps to Getting Better at Anything – Jon Miller shares some lessons from comedian Jerry Seinfeld about achieving success that should resonate with Lean thinkers.

When PDCA Meets Silos – Bruce Hamilton explains that when PDCA meet silos, it too becomes siloed.

The Return of “Ted Lasso” and the End of “Tyrannical” Managers? – Mark Graban shares some leadership lessons from a popular TV show that we can all learn from.

Addressing a Critical Problem in Strategic Planning and Execution & Ensuring Success of Hoshin Kanri – a Better Way to Plan and Execute Your Strategy - Patricia Panchak discusses the challenges of implementing the hoshin kanri process (aka strategy development and deployment) across the organization. 

Ask Art: Why Should I Convert to a Pull System? – Art Byrne advises that you can deliver more value to your customers by converting your business to a pull system and connecting demand directly to your production system.

10 Golden Rules for Radical Quality Improvement - Patricia Panchak & Roberto Priolo explain what you need to know and do to lead your team to make step-change improvements to quality.

In Praise of Depth – Pascal Dennis relates Lean understanding to that of our use of electronic devices for communication advocating the need for deep practice.

What Is a Milk Run? – Jon Miller explains the concept of the milk run within the supply chain and how it sets a base for continuous improvement of material movement.

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