May 2017

    3 Interview Questions to Gauge Candidates’ Problem-Solving Capacity


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    3 Interview Questions to Gauge Candidates’ Problem-Solving Capacity
    June 1, 2017 - It's always great to promote from within when trying to fill lean leadership roles. But what if you have to fill the positions using external candidates? Lean veteran Derrick Redding shares some strategies he uses to assess candidates' match for a...

    The Blockbuster Case for #EdOptions


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    The Blockbuster Case for #EdOptions
    May 31, 2017 - Nostalgia has a way of carrying us back into our memories and reminding us of special moments, like Friday nights spent fighting over new releases, standing indecisively in front of DVD covers, and arguing about Indiana Jones’ relevance...

    Executing the Inspection Plan in Closed-Loop Manufacturing


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    May 31, 2017 - Doing it well helps ensure the continuous production of quality products The execution of an inspection plan is critical for ensuring the continuous production of quality products. The purpose of this article is to explain how...

    Flattening the Organization- Problably Not the Answer | Gregg Stocker


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    Flattening the Organization- Problably Not the Answer | Gregg Stocker
    May 31, 2017 - “One of the misconceptions about lean thinking is that it automatically leads to flattening the organization. Many people think that layers of management are always a bad thing and start removing layers as a way to empower...

    Defining “Scaling” Agile, Part 3: Creating Agile Product Development Capabilities


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    May 31, 2017 - In the “Scaling” Agile: Part 1, I wrote about cross-functional collaborative teams. The cross-functional collaborative feature team is the basis for “scaling” agile. In “Scaling” Agile, Part 2, I wrote about...

    Fundamentals of Gage R&R


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    May 31, 2017 - Before cutting an expensive piece of granite for a countertop, a good carpenter will first confirm he has measured correctly. Acting on faulty measurements could be costly. While no measurement system is perfect, we rely on such systems to quantify...

    Finding Your Creative Side to Deliver Service Excellence


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    Finding Your Creative Side to Deliver Service Excellence
    May 31, 2017 - Whether you work in healthcare, politics, construction, or really just about any industry, providing Service Excellence is particularly important for your business. If you’re not sure what Service Excellence is yet, I invite you to check...

    The Phases of a Changeover


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    The Phases of a Changeover
    May 31, 2017 - A changeover is changing the set-up of a process from one product to the next. Reducing changeover times is a common and popular way to decrease inventory or to increase available work time (see SMED). Ideally, the changeover time should be zero,...

    Lean Roundup #96 – May, 2017


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    Lean Roundup #96 – May, 2017
    May 31, 2017 - A selection of highlighted blog posts from Lean bloggers from the month of May, 2017.  You can also view the previous monthly Lean Roundups here.The Lean Journey: It’s in the Name– Jon Miller reflects and explains the meaning of...

    The Simple Leader: Find Your Unique Path


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    The Simple Leader: Find Your Unique Path
    May 31, 2017 - This is an excerpt from The Simple Leader: Personal and Professional Leadership at the Nexus of Lean and ZenLiving is the constant adjustment of thought to life and life to thought in such a way that we are always growing, always experiencing new...

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