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  • Introducing my blog

    With this short video, I’d like to introduce this blog. Original: https://hohmannchris.wordpress.com/2016/11/11/introducing-my-blog/ By: Chris HohmannPosted: November 11, 2016, 7:29 am

    Tags: Misc., blog, Chris, Hohmann, video

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  • We’re number 2! We’re number 2! Yay us! Now who’s US exactly?

    About a month or so ago I started getting loooaads of traffic for a really old post from when the blog was still good. This one was about 4 German words we should all use, which is why it was … Continue reading → Original: https://thinkpurpose.com/2016/11/17/were-number-2-were-numb...

    Tags: communication, learning, systems thinking, vanguard method, blog, blogging, readers

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  • Gratitude: Leaders Have a Responsibility

    “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” – John F. Kennedy, 45th President of the U.S. Gratitude is an emotion expressing appreciation for what one has—as opposed to, for example, a...

    Tags: Leadership, Personal Improvement, blog, gratitude, leadership, lean six sigma, shmula

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  • Three Hundred Thousand Views – Thanks, Folks

    By Pascal Dennis (bio) What if nobody reads the damned thing?Pascal Dennis A few weeks ago the Lean Pathways Blog & I observed a milestone, a footprint in time: 300,000 views Mama mia, you all are reading our humble & imperfect offerings. When we started in 2011, I didn’t kno...

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  • How to Manage Up When You Have A Bad Boss  in the group Lean Leadership

    A recent Gallup poll found that half the people who leave their jobs do so not because they are working for a bad company but because they are working for a bad boss. If you’re trying to deal with a bad boss, you can at least take some comfort in the knowledge that you’re not alone. T...

    Tags: Blog, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Management, Workplace, Boss, HR, Lead from Within, Mangement, Success

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  • The One Time You Should NOT Express Positivity in the group Lean Leadership

    Optimism and positivity are beneficial to leadership in almost every circumstance. You won’t find many who would dispute that thought. We know the best kind of leadership requires seeing the glass as half full. We know that even in the most challenging times and difficult circumstances, it...

    Tags: Blog, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Personal Development, Teachable, Workplace, Lolly Daskal, Optimism, Positivity, The Leadership Gap

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  • Optimism: The Secret Of Great Leadership in the group Lean Leadership

    If you’re looking for powerful fuel for your leadership, look at optimism. Winston Churchill used to say “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” Maybe that’s why optimistic leaders are usually more succ...

    Tags: Blog, Career, Leadership, Leadership Development, Workplace, LeadFromWithin, Optimisim

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  • Vital Tools And Elements Required When Implementing The Kaizen Process

    The kaizen process is by itself an ideal methodology of management. It consists of techniques that can be used in any organization to bring about positive change. It is a method that was initially used by the Japanese to influence the type of development experienced in some of their institutions ...

    Tags: kaizen, lean manufacturing, continuous improvement, Blog, Kaizen Process, kaizen event

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  • What is Kaikaku?

     When most people think of Lean ideologies and methodologies, they think of kaizen and continuous improvement first. However as one moves deeper into Lean, you begin to add new vocabulary and processes to your Lean tool bag. Today’s word of the day: kaikaku. Most that know or have hea...

    Tags: kaizen, lean manufacturing, continuous improvement, Blog, Featured, Kaizen Concept, Kaizen Philosophy, kaikaku, lean

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  • Communication Needs Feedback

    Building a culture for your Lean processes to thrive on can be very difficult without the right tools and skills within the population of your facility. Lean is no different than safety or any other process your organization implements, it takes a culture that believes and thrives on the ideas yo...

    Tags: kaizen, lean manufacturing, continuous improvement, Blog, Featured, Kaizen Philosophy, conversation, feedback

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