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Not Recognizing Problems is a BIG Problem (Lean Learning Video)
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 yo...
Sometimes People ARE the Problem (Lean Learning Video)
In Lean, there should be a focus on investigating the process when there is a problem before looking at people. But sometimes, the process is strong and most people do it well. This video addresses that situation.
Find Opportunities in Strengths as Well as Weaknesses
When most people think of improvement opportunities, they immediately think of problems. If you are missing a target, that is a good place to start, but sometimes there is more upside opportunity in a strength.
Creating a successful continuous improvement culture is challenging. Eliminate some of the obstacles by developing a Lean infrastructure that supports your CI efforts.
The stronger your Lean infrastructure is, the easier it is to use Lean tools and apply Lean philosophies.
That structure keeps ...
The Interception Ladder and Causation vs. Correlation (Video Article)
There is a link between the number of interceptions a team throws and the likelihood that the team won that playoff game. I dive into that linkage and explain the difference between correlation and causation.