Not Recognizing Problems is a BIG Problem (Lean Learning Video)
Continuous Improvement Lesson • 5m 14s
Knowing and using a problem solving methodology is only part of the battle. Another part of the fight, and for some, a HUGE part, is recognizing there is a problem in the first place. Far too often, people become numb to problems and don't try to solve them. This video give you 10 ways to help you recognize that there is a problem.
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