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Wednesday, December 27, 2023

Lean Roundup #175 – December, 2023

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


Advice to Young Lean Professionals – Bob Emiliani shares advice that could help young lean professionals better succeed and avoid much stress and anguish.


Signs of a Failing Lean “Implementation” – Mark Rosenthal outlines why the hiring of a CI Director outside the company ins not a sign of success.


New Competency #1: Systems Thinking, Systems Leading – Christopher Chapman explores the first “leadership competency” as explained in Pete Scholtes’ book, The Leader’s Handbook.


Launching a Lean Transformation: An Aerospace Manufacturer’s Journey with Purpose, Process, and People  - Matt Savas share the 10 month lean journey of aerospace manufacturer Re:Build Cutting Dynamics.


Learning to See in 2023 – Mark Rosenthal talks about the importance of mapping your process to see.


How to Conduct High-Value Monthly Business Reviews for Continuous Improvement – Maggie Millard explains monthly business reviews can redefine your approach, elevate critical metrics, and propel your organization toward unparalleled growth.


A Christmas Message from the CEO of Spotify – Bruce Hamilton explains why Spotify’s memo to employees about reductions is similar to the Scrooged executive Frank Cross’ actions.


Santa’s Workshop, The Ultimate Lean Factory! – Mark Preston shares some of the lean principles used in Santa’s workshop.


Toyota Practical Problem Solving (PPS)—Introduction – Christoph Roser goes through the practical problem solving process used by Toyota step by step.


Beyond Mistakes: Uncovering Toyota’s Approach to Success Through Learning – Mark Graban shares lessons from Toyota’s journey that teach us to embrace mistakes as opportunities from growth and learning is a powerful catalyst for innovation.


Random Thoughts – Bob Emiliani shares a list of random thoughts that may have become the source material for books.


A Second Chance for Lean? – Bob Emiliani shares thoughts on Lean Managements second chance to replace classical management.


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