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Wednesday, April 26, 2023

Lean Roundup #167 – April, 2023

A selection of highlighted blog posts from Lean bloggers from the month of April 2023.  You can also view the previous monthly Lean Roundups here.  


Toyota Kata: Coaching vs a Report Out – Mark Rosenthal asks as a coach if you are challenging the learner.


On Big Data – Pascal Dennis says before we grasp at the straws of Big Data, let’s build our management systems so we can understand our ‘small data’ – like the world’s best organizations do.


On the Team Structure at Toyota – Christoph Roser talks about the importance of team size and structure.


What kind of bureaucrat are you? - Michael Ballé and Klaus Beulker explore the essence of bureaucracy and explain why, with Lean Thinking, it can be leveraged as a force for good.


Tiered Huddles: Structured Communication in Healthcare – Maggie Millard discusses tiered huddles provides a structure for robust collaboration and cross-discipline communication.


Making the Problem go Away Is NOT Improvement - Christoph Roser explains why taking care of the problem (hopefully) makes the problem go away but actual kaizen ensures that the problem should not come back.


What Will Be the New Social Contract for the 21st Century? – Jeffrey Liker say the current volatility in tech employment portends a shift from the sector’s earlier people-centered visions — and that’s concerning.


It Starts With BELIEVE - Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement – Mark Graban talks about how Ted Lasso inspires them to BELIEVE in continuous improvement.


Why ‘Framing’ is Crucial to Leadership and Encouraging Team Unity - Michael Ballé and Nicolas Chartier explores the fundamental thinking that drives how leaders lead — and explains why the Toyota Production System, aka lean management, is the most effective management framework.


How Continuous Improvement Influences Sustainability Efforts - Emily Kauten says continuous improvement offers a powerful framework for addressing environmental sustainability.



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