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Monday, January 31, 2022

Lean Roundup #152 – January 2022

A selection of highlighted blog posts from Lean bloggers from the month of January 2022.  You can also view the previous monthly Lean Roundups here.

Lean Lessons from COVID – Bruce Hamilton shares is thoughts on the lessons learned from the past couple of years dealing with COVID.

Lean and the Martial Arts – Pascal Dennis explains the single most important quality in Lean (and the martial arts) is tenacity, which great senseis, and great organizations have in spades.

Encourage Management Collaboration to Integrate Leading and Serving Others – Johanna Rothman says when you focus on management collaboration, you integrate leadership and serving and you can reduce management decision time.

“Do” or “Responsible”? – Joe Ely change your view of your job by answering not what you do but what you are responsible for.

Crafting Your Continuous Improvement Strategy – John Knotts shares a general framework he recommends you follow to build a culture of continuous improvement.

Building A Culture Of Continuous Improvement Part Two – Steve Kane says without the proper organizational structure, you will constantly be fighting an uphill battle to build this type of culture.

Continuously Lubricating Processes – Kevin Meyer explains there are processes that need to be maintained daily to be most effective.

How to Let Small Things Bother You – Jon Miller says you can raise awareness of near-misses from hiyari hatto, seeing or feeling something unsafe almost happened.

Telling People to Be Courageous vs. Making it Safe to Speak Up – Mark Graban shares that instead of focusing on those who are speaking up (such as labeling them as “uncourageous”), leaders need to think about their role in shaping a culture of psychological safety.

Ask Art: Why Are the Four Lean Fundamentals So Important for Making a Conversion to Lean? - Art Byrne reviews the core lean elements reveals how — and why — lean management leads to higher enterprise performance.

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