March 2016

    Lean Minute Episode #1


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    Lean Minute Episode #1
    March 31, 2016 - Lean Minute Episode #1 The post Lean Minute Episode #1 appeared first on EHIIP Consulting.

    Lean Leadership: 5 Secrets to Success


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    Lean Leadership: 5 Secrets to Success
    March 31, 2016 - Creating an Environment of SuccessLean leadership is a valuable but sometimes elusive quality in managers. Yes, managers and leaders can completely miss having the necessary skills and still maintain their positions. Some develop these skills...

    A Worksheet for Ishikawa Diagrams


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    March 30, 2016 - A Perkin tracker combines the benefits of brainstorming with an action-item tracking list The start of a failure investigation may involve brainstorming, but empirical methods will be required to actually identify a problem's...

    A Worksheet for Ishikawa Diagrams


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    A Worksheet for Ishikawa Diagrams
    March 30, 2016 - A Perkin tracker combines the benefits of brainstorming with an action-item tracking list The start of a failure investigation may involve brainstorming, but empirical methods will be required to actually identify a problem's...

    Looking at the 8 Wastes in Rugby


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    Looking at the 8 Wastes in Rugby
    March 30, 2016 - To follow on from the end of the 6 Nations rugby competition, congratulations to England by the way, I have used the 8 wastes we all know so well, and applied to the good game of rugby.How often do we see world class wingers and full backs waiting...

    How to Build a High-Performance Team


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    How to Build a High-Performance Team
    March 30, 2016 - Broad changes in the workplace are making the ability to collaborate and work in teams more important than ever, yet many teams deliver poor results. A new book offers essential steps for establishing high-performance teams.read more

    It’s Not Always About the Big Improvement


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    March 30, 2016 - With any improvement philosophy, people always want the BIG improvement.  When there are none to be had a re-organization or a shift in direction is implemented.  This may work for a short period of time, but eventually the results...

    Three ways to becoming an engaging leader!


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    Three ways to becoming an engaging leader!
    March 30, 2016 - Engagement has become the latest buzzword, but for a good reason-everyone wants it. Is it the employee’s responsibility? Is it management or Human Resources responsibility? Or is the new “Flavor of the Month?”We can debate this...

    Reliability: Fact and Fiction


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    Reliability: Fact and Fiction
    March 29, 2016 - R. Keith Mobley, CMRP, Life Cycle Engineering Maintenance has a critical role in reliability but it is only one small part of operational or organizational reliability.read more

    Agriculture - The Next Frontier?


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    Agriculture - The Next Frontier?
    March 28, 2016 - The past several years the Lean Pathways team and I have been lucky enough to work in agriculture.Good, smart, well-trained people, an instinctive grasp of the PDCA cycle, and a solid ethical foundation.The soil, so to speak, is...

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