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Monday, June 27, 2022

Lean Roundup #157 – June 2022

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

Three Most Important Metrics in a Continuous Improvement Culture – John Knotts shares 3 very simple measures that many organizations fail to collect, or if they do, they collect it at the wrong level.

Top 5 Trends to Track in the Future of Work – Katie Anderson shares what she believes are the top 5 trends to track for the future of work.

Eliminate Posters, Slogans, Exhortations – Christopher Chapman reviews Dr. Deming’s advice against the use of posters, slogans, exhortations as a tool for managing the improvement of quality and productivity.

Strategy is Not About Doing What’s “Important” – Pascal Dennis explains that strategy is about leader’s deciding and testing the plan.

Where to Start Your Kaizen? – Christopher Roser digs deeper into the possibilities and challenges of picking improvement projects, with a particular focus on systems that have multiple independent production lines.

5 ways to improve your connection with the gemba - Flávio Battaglia discusses the practices that can help us make the most of the traditional mantra “go see, ask why, and show respect”.

Post-pandemic hansei – Jim Womack reflects on how lean organizations have performed during the pandemic and addresses age-old misunderstandings about Just-in-Time.

Kaizen: An Exotic Word, Common Sense Principles for Healthcare – Mark Graban shares an article originally published 10 years ago regarding kaizen in healthcare and what has changed since he wrote the article.

Proven Lean Strategies for Optimal Business Performance – Maggie Millard shares a set of lean strategies that when used together provide even more value to optimize resource utilization, reduce waste, and delight customers.

Ask Art: How Do You Motivate Managers to Adopt Lean? – Art Byrne shares some tried-and-true strategies that leaders can deploy to encourage everyone at every level to adopt new approaches to their work.

Toyota: differentiation and vitality - Flavio Picchi shares a few examples of lean system foundations that seem to be perennial.

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