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by LSSU Admin - Friday, 11 September 2020, 9:31 PM
Retrieved from: Old Lean Dude
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In the words of improvement expert Tomo Sugiyama, in The Improvement Book, "practice makes permanent, not perfect". Or to paraphrase Deming Prize winner Ryuji Fukuda from Managerial Engineering, "Before you practice, first be sure you are learning from a good teacher". Practicing a bad golf swing does not improve it. Too many organizations spend millions for new technology, but then skimp on training employees how to use it. Perhaps this is because the technology is an “investment,” but training is an “expense.”

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