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by LSSU Admin - Monday, 22 February 2021, 12:00 PM
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For my Facebook fans you already know about this great feature. But for those of you that are not connected to A Lean Journey on Facebook or Twitter I post daily a feature I call Lean Tips.  It is meant to be advice, things I learned from experience, and some knowledge tidbits about Lean to help you along your journey.  Another great reason to like A Lean Journey on Facebook.

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    On Fridays I will post a Lean related Quote. Throughout our lifetimes many people touch our lives and leave us with words of wisdom. These can both be a source of new learning and also a point to pause and reflect upon lessons we have learned. Within Lean active learning is an important aspect on this journey because without learning we can not improve.


    "99% of failures come from people who make excuses."   —  George WashingtonPresidents’ Day, celebrated every third Monday...

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      by LSSU Admin - Wednesday, 17 February 2021, 3:11 PM
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      I’ve long been a fan of Ed Schein, and his book Humble Inquiry: The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling is one of my favorite leadership books.  I wrote about Schein several years ago and a colleague recently pointed me to a recent interview where he discusses the ramifications of humility on leadership and strategy.  He begins […]

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        by LSSU Admin - Wednesday, 17 February 2021, 12:00 PM
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        My guest for Episode #401 is my friend Jim Benson, who you might know as the co-author of the book Personal Kanban (and we talked about that in Episode 155, back in 2012). He was also a guest on Episode #4 of “My Favorite Mistake” with me. We recorded this using the LinkedIn Live platform. […]

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          by LSSU Admin - Wednesday, 17 February 2021, 12:00 PM
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          In order to be a good leader, respect is essential. Don’t take it for granted that your status will automatically earn you the respect of your colleagues, as it is something that must be earned over time and without it, it’s likely that you will have little authority and your colleagues will feel less inclined to place their trust in your ability to lead the team. Great leadership creates a climate of respect, an environment that sets high standards and supports everyone in doing their best....

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            by LSSU Admin - Tuesday, 16 February 2021, 5:54 PM
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            Sometimes the situation arises where the learner has been beating her head against an obstacle with little or no luck overcoming it. The question comes up: When is it OK to give up and switch to something else. The answer is, of course, a little situational. (Consultant speak: It depends…) The natural progression of the …

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              The past two weeks, I've been part of an initiative that's like a social-benefit startup effort within a startup. It's a free platform called VacciNexus that connects healthcare professionals who are engaged in process improvements related to Covid-19 vaccinations. I've blogged about it on on the websites of the two main partners in this effort, […]

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                by LSSU Admin - Tuesday, 16 February 2021, 12:00 PM
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                A minimum level in a supermarket gives you a warning that a stock out is imminent. Hopefully it also gives you enough time to prevent such a stock out, even though this may result in firefighting. In my last post I talked on how to use a minimum level. This post will look at how ... Read more

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                  by LSSU Admin - Monday, 15 February 2021, 12:00 PM
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                  Quick, but important, administrative note: If you have previously signed up to receive a daily (or weekly) email that notifies you about new posts (or want to do so), please re-subscribe here or there is a form at the bottom of this post where you can do so. The email service is requiring me to […]

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                    by LSSU Admin - Monday, 15 February 2021, 12:00 PM
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                    Past leaders can teach us a great deal about how we can become leaders today. Biographies, memoirs and documentaries abound which underscore the achievements and abilities of the numerous outstanding leaders who came before us. The history of the United States in particular is filled with past presidents who are excellent examples of great leaders. Their various qualities and characteristics are often cited as the key to their leadership abilities, and these qualities are often emulated by...

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