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Lean Newsletter Archive, Nov 2010

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Dear %$firstname$%,
 

This month has flown by. It seems like at the end of the year, the pace always picks up. There are many year-end tasks to complete, and the goals we set at the beginning of the year are looming large.

In these times, businesses require a steady had on the rudder to stay the course and finish the year out strong. So, I’ve put together an article this month to help you do just that. It is titled “The 18 Principles of Lean Leadership”. It’s a bit longer than our normal newsletter articles, but it is packed with the leadership insight I started picking up over two decades ago at West Point.

On an unrelated point, you might recall I mentioned in the last newsletter that Tim McMahon (of A Lean Journey) and I would be putting on a live webcast. Well, we’ve got it on the calendar now. Get the details in the “What’s New?” section.

As always, best wishes on your Lean journey.

 
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Learning Lean Through Making Coffee

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Jeff Hajek, author of Gotta Go Lean and The Continuous Improvement Companion, and Tim McMahon, Founder and Contributor of A Lean Journey Blog, share their expertise in a brand new format. Combine a radio-show format with a webinar platform, and you get a brand new tool for learning about Lean. In our first live show, we discuss how Lean lessons stick best when people can relate to them through every day examples. Many of us practice Lean thinking in our lives without recognizing it. Since most people already know how to make coffee, this provides a perfect backdrop to teach a variety of Lean concepts. Space is limited to the first 100 attendees. Sign up now to participate in the conversation.

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Featured Article
 

The 18 Principles of Lean Leadership

Leadership is a critical component of Lean. Whether you are at the top of a company leading the Lean charge, or an engineer working to guide a group of operators on their Lean journey, you need a variety of leadership skills. But while the specific tools you use to lead in the different roles may vary, the underlying principles are the same.

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We continue to expand our online Lean reference guide, The Continuous Improvement Companion. We’ve got north of 350 entries listed in the directory now. Our latest terms include…

 
 

 
Jeff Hajek, Founder of Velaction Continuous Improvement
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November 2, 2010
VOL II, ISSUE #11
ISSN: 1946-5386
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