Lean Transformation Leadership
Halloween Snow and Two Lean Lessons
Lean Decay Rate
Book Review: Leading the Lean Enterprise Transformation
How's Your Lean Conscience?
I'm guessing very few have asked that question before. Conscience is a judgment of reason by which we recognize the quality of an act before, during or after we do it.
Subsidiarity: A (Medieval) Lean Principle
Ron Pereira has been gracious enough to allow me to guest blog on his LSS Academy blog.
Everyone Is Special, But Lean Principles Are Universal!
My three children are well beyond the Barney years. It's been about 10 years since I was subjected to that song, but unfortunately it is burned into my brain, "Everyone is special, special. Everyone is special..." Of course, I don't disagree with that sentiment, just the inane song.
The Human Side of the Kaizen Event - Part II
Last week, Defense Industry Daily posted the first half of an article authored by yours truly and Chuck Wolfe.
The Human Side of the Kaizen Event - 11 Questions for Lean Leaders
Yesterday, Defense Industry Daily posted the first half of an article which I co-wrote with Chuck Wolfe, "Want an Effective Kaizen Event?