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Lean Leadership – Leading Lean Change

Making a workplace Lean is really about educating and empowering the workers. It’s strange to me that everyone wants to show before-and-after pictures of the workplace. It can look dramatic, but it’s secondary. This isn’t the real work of Lean

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How to Build an Evolved Organization

What does it mean to have an evolved organization? You have an evolved organization when you’re reaching a higher level of sophistication, structure, and purpose by building on the strengths of prior levels. Why do organizations struggle? Often, because we try

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Dan Prock on Leading Lean Projects

For this episode of the Tom on Leadership podcast, I interviewed veteran Lean expert and coach Dan Prock on the topic of Leading Lean. Same Blueprint, 30% Cheaper, 50% Better Dan’s first exposure to Lean came when he worked at

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How to Use Kaizen

What should every CEO and business owner — and every manager — know about the continuous improvement method called “kaizen”? How can you use kaizen to cut costs, improve quality, and boost employee engagement and work satisfaction, all at once?

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How to Eliminate People Problems

Most of us who manage people, will have people problems. Yet most of the things we identify as “people problems” are not. They’re systems problems. Here are the five systems problems you must address in order to eliminate people problems.

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