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Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Lean Roundup #174 – November, 2023

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


Understanding Misunderstandings – Bob Emiliani talks about his life work to advance progressive leadership and management.


The New Competencies - Christopher R Chapman discusses management competencies, in particular those that frequent Deming collaborator Peter Scholtes outlines in his excellent 1998 book, The Leader’s Handbook.


Systems Thinking–More than the sum of its’ parts – Andy Carlino shares the benefits to individuals and organizations of Systems Thinking.


Is Process Improvement Certification Right For Me? – John Knotts answers the question about whether it is desirable obtaining a process improvement certification.


Harmonizing Organizational Excellence: A Fusion of Agile, Deming, and Toyota Principles – Steve Kane explores the core elements of these frameworks, so we can distill a set of simplified guiding principles that encapsulate the essence of organizational excellence.


What Exactly Is Overburden (Muri)? – Christopher Roser takes a deeper look at overburden, including plenty of examples as well as the effects of overburden on your people.


Continuous Improvement vs Process Improvement: Spelling Out the Important Differences – Danielle Yoon provides a detailed comparison that clarifies the distinctions continuous and process improvement.


How Lean Agile Methodology Can Help You Avoid Waste - Maggie Millard introduces the Lean Agile methodology for project management and addresses the specific types of waste the approach targets.


Gemba vs. Genba — Different Spellings or Different Words and Meanings? – Mark Graban talks about all things Gemba, Japanese word that means, basically, “the real place” or “the shopfloor”.


The Sustainability Myth – Bob Emiliani talks about challenge of sustainability and advocates to commit to never-ending hard work of learning and practice.


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