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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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Experience is mandatory. Learning is optional. Today’s headlines include the news that Washington State is legalizing the recreational sale of marijuana. How should a leader — or aspiring leader — handle such a potentially disruptive event? By learning from it. …

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Erik, CEO of a small technology firm, was in trouble.  His most time-consuming clients weren’t paying on time — one wasn’t paying at all.  His pipeline of new work was nearly empty. At the end of one day, when he …

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Mentoring is the sort of soft activity often pushed aside for “more important” things — yet a modest commitment to mentoring can have big impacts across an organization — impacts that have huge bottom line impacts, like retaining senior staff, incre…

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When you can step away from “I didn’t get what I wanted/expected and I find that frustrating” and instead embrace “I didn’t get what I wanted/expected and I find that interesting” — you’ve got the right attitude to dump your stress and have happi…

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