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Wednesday, March 30, 2022

Lean Roundup #154 – March 2022

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

Do Your Job – Bruce Hamilton shares a story regarding CNC set-up reduction involving the need for a repeatable lathe process.

Strategy and the Worlds of Thought & Experience – Pascal Dennis says the movement between thought & experience is central to strategy and problem solving in general.

5 Ways to Be More Grateful and Why Lean Thinkers Should Care – Ron Pereira talks about how to deliberately practice gratitude.

Top 8 Reasons Teams Abandon Their Visuals – Jon Miller explains failure to maintain visual process standards is about “people” and shares the top eight reasons teams abandon their visuals.

Developing Leadership Through Tours – John Knotts discusses how you can use field trips to develop leaders in your organization.

If You’re Going to Visit the Gemba, Your Mindsets and Behaviors Matter… A Lot – Mark Graban says the behaviors of a leader in the gemba matter greatly and explains how to make them impactful.

A Lesson for Enabling Leaders and Systems – Josh Howell says an executive's gemba visit reveals the value of engaging value-creating frontline workers in improving their work processes  and talks about how you can create systems and adopt behaviors that help them do so.

How the Toyota Way and Toyota Kata Fit Together – Jeffrey Liker the author of The Toyota Way explains where Toyota Kata fits with Toyota’s broader management principles — and how each enhances the other to help you build more effective organizations.

Ask Art: How Does Lean Apply to Every Company? – Art Byrne shares a back-to-basics explanation of why — and how — lean thinking and practices can improve the performance of any company or organization.

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