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    How One Organization Created A Movement That Transformed Healthcare


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    March 21, 2019 - By 2004, Don Berwick realized he had reached a crossroads. His organization, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) had been working since the late 80s to promote the quality methods that had transformed manufacturing to do the same for...

    Can I Be a Leader? Even if I Don’t Have the Title?


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    Part of group: Lean Leadership
    March 21, 2019 -   Summit Scale 5 minute interview Lolly Daskal, is one of the most sought-after executive leadership coaches in the world. Her award-winning book The Leadership Gap: What gets between you and your greatness is a national bestseller. Check out...

    Six Sigma Green Belt, Black Belt Prepares You for Leadership in Change Management


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    March 21, 2019 - For many, the journey to becoming an expert in Six Sigma is certification as a Green Belt or Black Belt. The two titles are the most common belts earned in Six Sigma. Both allow professionals to take on larger roles in process improvement. While...

    A Brief Overview of DFMEA?


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    March 21, 2019 - When it comes to processes, whether in the manufacturing or service industry, defects are undesirable. In fact, defects that are big enough have been known to interrupt a process. When things of that nature happen, organizations can hemorrhage...

    Four Ways to Nudge Smarter Innovation


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    March 21, 2019 - I love behavioral science. Together with related disciplines such as perceptual science, cognitive linguistics and cognitive psychology, I’ve found it to be incredibly useful in helping us both to innovate, and to communicate our innovations...

    Webinar | How One Community Hospital is Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement


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    March 21, 2019 - Recently, our very own Senior Advisor, Mark Graban had the opportunity to chat with Mike McGowan, Director of Process Excellence at Marietta Memorial Hospital. Mike has worked as a Medical Technologist, Chemistry Supervisor, Laboratory Director, and...

    150 Years after the Birth of Albert Kahn


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    March 21, 2019 - Albert Kahn (1869–1942) is an often unknown but very influential figure in the history of manufacturing. An architect by trade, he revolutionized industrial architecture, and is often nicknamed the “Architect of Detroit.” Most...

    GA 259 | Using Lean to Facilitate Social Change with Jason Schulist


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    March 21, 2019 - This week’s guest is Jason Schulist. Jason is President of GLCI, an organization that connects communities so they can better address social issues like homelessness. Jason shared how continuous improvement factors into this important line of...

    New Work: Als Personaler und Führungskraft raus aus der Defensive


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    March 21, 2019 - HR schafft die Rahmenbedingungen für New Work. Mit beteiligt sind viele Interakteure, wie Führungskräfte, Betriebsrat und Mitarbeiter. Erfahren Sie von Hermann Arnold in diesem Interview, worauf es für Sie als Personaler im...

    When it Comes to Leadership, This is What Really Matters


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    Part of group: Lean Leadership
    March 21, 2019 - When I first started out as an executive leadership coach, not many CEOs saw the importance of leadership coaching or development. Over the past few years attitudes have changed, and recent research finds that 90 percent of CEOs are planning to...

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