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Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Top 10 Posts from 2021

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. Obeya: The Lean War Room - Obeya rooms provide big gains in both collaboration and problem solving, two features that are essential in project management.

9. The Power of Reflection In The Workplace - Reflection is fundamental to our growth and development, especially in developing higher mental functions such as problem solving and decision-making skills

8. 10 Traits All Great Leaders Possess - Collection of characteristics from great leaders in business, sports, politics, and the military.

7. Five Ways You’re Stifling Employee Engagement - Top reasons why employees are not motivated to contribute their best efforts at work. 

6. The Benefits of Lean Visual Project Management - Why you need to be using visual project management techniques over traditional project management tools.

5. 7 Tell-Tale Signs of Leadership Mismanagement - Take notice of the signs of a bad company culture (mismanagement).

4. Using the Gemba Walk to Learn and Engage - The gemba walk is a management process to learn more about the actual condition and to engage with employees on continuous improvement.

3. What Makes A Great Team? - Build a great team that will work together and produce results with these 9 surefire characteristics and attributes.

2. Six Practical Tips for Developing an Engaged Workforce - Use these six tips to help you develop an engaged workforce in your company..

1. The Foundation and Principles of Lean Thinking - The principles, rules-in-use, and foundations of Lean establish a process for everyone to contribute at or near their full potential.

What were some of your favorite Lean posts from 2021? Any recommendations for next year?

Thanks for your continued readership in 2021. I hope you enjoy the holiday season and go on to achieve Lean success in 2022.

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