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Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Lean Roundup #149 – October 2021

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

The Current State of Grasping the Current Condition – Jon Miller talks about gathering facts and data through multiple visits to the process to understand the current situation. 

How to See Business Agility: Adaptable and Resilient Management Actions – Johanna Rothman says instead of focusing on mindset, take a long, hard look at your actions to create an adaptable and resilient organization.

Ethics Enables Leadership – Pascal Dennis explains why ethics enables leadership and that good ethics is good business.

What Does Kaizen Suggest About How to Incentivize People to Submit Ideas? – Mark Graban answers a common question about continuous improvement and incentivizing people to do so.

A Culture of Continuous Improvement Begins with Leadership – John Knotts says leaders are just one part of the effort to institute a culture however they must first set the environment.

Is Problem Solving a Team Sport or an Individual Effort? – Jon Miller discusses research that found simple tasks are best accomplished by individuals, while difficult ones are more efficiently completed by a group.

4 Ways to Practice Radical Humility – Steve Musica shares four ways you can practice radical humility.

Coach’s Corner: How To Put People First Using Lean Practices – Katrina Appell answers how to use lean product and process development practices to guide people first principle.

How Lean Thinking Improves Financial Results While Avoiding Traditional Cost Cutting – Mike DeLuca explain why lean is not a cost-cutting method.

3 Go-To Ways for Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement Anywhere – Kiyoshi “Nate” Furuta offers details on why and how to transition from management-driven improvements to employee-driven improvements.

Ask Art: How Do Improvements to Your Balance Sheet Drive Earnings? – Art Byrne discusses why a good place to start lean improvement is the balance sheet for financial improvement.

Reaching Your Organization’s Full Potential – Josh Howell reveals how leaders use the A3 process to build staff’s problem-solving capabilities.

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