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Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Lean Roundup #181 – June 2024

A selection of highlighted blog posts from Lean bloggers from the month of June 2024.  You can also view the previous monthly Lean Roundups here.  


Beyond Developing People – Bob Emiliani uses the simple analogy of plants, blooms, and pollination applied to the work of managers to help us understand what they must do.


A Lack of Respect for People on the Balance Sheet – Kevin Meyer discusses the flaws that people, with their brains, creativity, and experience, are not recognized as assets on traditional financial balance sheets causes.


Target, Actual, Please Explain – Pascal Dennis talks about daily gemba walks and the benefit of a manual process.


Operational Excellence Examples for Business Growth - Brittany Currier shares best practices of organizations to harness the full potential of operational excellence.


Mistakes and Errors: A Circular Definition; Leadership Matters – Mark Graban talks about mistakes, errors, incidents, or accidents, and cultivating a culture that views these events as opportunities for learning and growth.


Finding Your Beginner’s Mind – Bob Emiliani says there is one method that is wonderfully effective at helping people find their beginner’s mind — kaizen.


Pursuing Perfection: Craftsmanship in Product Development - James Morgan explores the concept of craftsmanship in design and engineering, how to cultivate it in individuals and organizations, and the benefits of pursuing excellence.  


Psychological Safety vs. Psychological Comfort: Understanding the Distinction - Mark Graban explains that some people mistakenly equate “psychological safety” with being comfortable all the time which can undermine it’s true essence in the workplace.

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