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Your eyes glaze over when leaders start throwing around new terms and Japanese words.

As a company proceeds down the path of continuous improvement, the vernacular in the organization shifts. It makes sense. Doing new things in new ways will require a way to communicate what is going on concisely.

This new “Lean language” can be a challenge to grasp when one is receptive. It gets even harder when a person is resisting the ongoing changes.

Problem

Your eyes glaze over when leaders start throwing around new terms and Japanese words.

How this affects you

If you don’t speak the same Lean language that your boss does, you might not understand what is going on or how to participate in a continuous improvement conversation. This can make your job satisfaction (and maybe even your self-esteem) plummet.

Action to take

Learn about Lean terms and how to apply them to your situation. You don’t need to be an expert…

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Why this works

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