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“Precise optimization is not necessary. It would be too costly.” ~~Dr. W. Edwards Deming Lean Leaders balance conflicting goals.
We finished reviewing the top Lean Leadership posts of 2012 last week and as promised it’s time to look at some classic Lean Leadership. These are the Lean topics posted prior to 2012 but still had a lot of traffic … Continue reading
The #2 post on Lean Leadership gives a nod to Dr. Deming titled Deming and Your Kaizen Success Have you created training for one of your teams before? I am in the process of developing training material for a Kaizen … Continue reading
We place the highest value on actual implementation and taking action. There are many things one doesn’t understand
“Best efforts and hard work, not guided by knowledge, dig deeper the pit that we are in.” ~~Dr. Deming
It is not enough to do your best; you must know what to do, and then do your best. ~~Dr. W. Edwards Deming
The Harvard Business Review is a great source of information. A recent article by Teresa Amabile and Steve Kramer is titled Three Ways to Turn Setbacks into Progress. While this article is aimed at the workplace in general, it is … Continue reading