Standard Work Is a Verb
Humility, or What Does Dirt Have to Do with Lean?
The word humility is derived from the Latin word for ground, humus. The notion of ground, earth or dirt makes sense in that humility is a virtue that keeps a person from reaching beyond himself or herself.
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.