• The biggest challenge: Reduce attrition!

    Attrition is the biggest obstacle in the functioning of any organization So all HR Professionals should take it very seriously  as it directly affects their very profile. Sometimes attrition is desirable

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  • The big risk of letting employees know where they rank versus their peers

    It’s possible to rank employees in entirely new ways in the age of big data. People in sales are used to seeing their numbers compared. But now everything from how

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  • What’s the difference between Executive Coaching and Lean Coaching?

    This is not an easy question to answer because there are as many different interpretations of the word “coaching” as there are coaches. The difference is that Lean Coaching is

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  • The hidden costs of hot desking

    It’s time to make way for the latest office trends: more collaboration spaces, telecommuting, and less personal space. You now have the chance to take advantage of the fact that

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  • Amazing Benefits of Lean Organization in HealthCare by Marie Miguel

    In the 1940s, Toyota executives aimed to ameliorate their manufacturing processes, it led them to come up with the famous Toyota Production System. Also known as “Lean organization” it was

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  • The 30-Day rule in a 5S Event

    The Lean 5S event is one of the most powerful in the Lean arsenal! This event is used to change perception by changing the way an environment looks and feels.

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  • My Business is different…#Lean #SixSigma will not work!

    If you think Six Sigma won’t work for your company, you are either ignorant or refuse to change. Every business (or life) process can be measured, improved and controlled using

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  • Listen to Paul to get your business better with Chita

        Buy the “CHITA High-Performance Operations Leader Training” on Amazon.com (click on the image)

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  • The 5 Main Steps Of The Lean Manager

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  • “Lean Vs Agile”: The winner is…

    Aspect: Obsessed With Agile Is Obsessed With… The Agile manifesto is about people. It states that interactions between people and involving the end user are favored over other types of

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OUR ARTICLES

The biggest challenge: Reduce attrition!

Attrition is the biggest obstacle in the functioning of any organization So all HR Professionals should take it very seriously  as it directly affects their

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The big risk of letting employees know where they rank versus their peers

It’s possible to rank employees in entirely new ways in the age of big data. People in sales are used to seeing their numbers compared.

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What’s the difference between Executive Coaching and Lean Coaching?

This is not an easy question to answer because there are as many different interpretations of the word “coaching” as there are coaches. The difference

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The hidden costs of hot desking

It’s time to make way for the latest office trends: more collaboration spaces, telecommuting, and less personal space. You now have the chance to take

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The 30-Day rule in a 5S Event

The Lean 5S event is one of the most powerful in the Lean arsenal! This event is used to change perception by changing the way

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My Business is different…#Lean #SixSigma will not work!

If you think Six Sigma won’t work for your company, you are either ignorant or refuse to change. Every business (or life) process can be

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Listen to Paul to get your business better with Chita

    Buy the “CHITA High-Performance Operations Leader Training” on Amazon.com (click on the image)

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Lean Six Sigma Traps to Avoid to stay alive in business

Source: mhlnews.com Article written by: Tom Andel   Just the phrase “Six Sigma” or “lean manufacturing” or “lean distribution” can make many people’s eyes roll. Mention “black

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“Lean Vs Agile”: The winner is…

Aspect: Obsessed With Agile Is Obsessed With… The Agile manifesto is about people. It states that interactions between people and involving the end user are

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“Pulse Point Map” : Don’t make the mistake of involving a few people!

What Is A Pulse Point Map? A Pulse Point Map is a tool to make a process more visible. The map identifies the key checkpoints

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What is the PRICE of “#waste?” The second example is my favourite one!

For me the word WASTE, it is the refuse filling up my trash cans or littering the streets. For the purpose of this blog, “waste”

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6 skills you must have to be a successful #BlackBelt!

Over the years with the changes in industry dynamics, the rudiments of a Black Belt have also witnessed a sea change. As against being a

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EXTERNAL ARTICLES

Amazing Benefits of Lean Organization in HealthCare by Marie Miguel

In the 1940s, Toyota executives aimed to ameliorate their manufacturing processes, it led them to come up with the famous Toyota Production System. Also known

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Organizations don’t change. People do–or they don’t.

Change is a constant in business today – in fact, it’s the only thing that’s guaranteed! Yet, if it’s so common, why do so many

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“I collaboratori non sono vasi da riempire, ma fiaccole da accendere.”

  Bruno Fabiano è Partner Kaizen Institute Italia  BARATSUKI È UN TERMINE GIAPPONESE che significa più o meno “dispersione”. Un esempio di baratsuki è facilmente

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If You Don’t Prioritize Your Life, Someone Else Will

“A ‘no’ uttered from the deepest conviction is better than a ‘yes’ merely uttered to please, or worse, to avoid trouble.” So said Mahatma Gandhi,

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The 5 Main Steps Of The Lean Manager

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Want to use Balanced Scorecard for your 2016 Strategic Plan?

That’s a great idea CEO. Let’s do it. Here’s a quick video that shows you how.  Not sure what the Balanced Scorecard approach to strategic

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OSHA’s Tightening Rules for Temporary Workers

SOURCE: http://www.industryweek.com Manufacturers that use temporary employees, either through staffing agencies or subcontractors, should pay close attention to recent policy changes that could increase their safety

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Motorola: Six Sigma Still Pays Off

“Six Sigma’s stamp is all over the Razr,” says Michael S. Potosky, Motorola’s corporate director of Six Sigma. Engineers, for instance, applied the process to

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3 IT lessons #agile #teams can learn from the Women’s World Cup

Article written by John Jeremiah, Technology Evangelist HP Held every four years, the FIFA Women’s World Cup tournament was hosted in 2015 by Canada. The team fielded by

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#Lean But Not Mean!

Article written by ROBERT T. BURRUS, JR. – INTERIM DEAN , CAMERON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS In recent years, businesses have come under intense competitive pressure for

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Mary’s story:”If you quit too early, #Lean #SixSigma does not save you”

ARTICLE WRITTEN BY John Dyer – President, JD&A – Process Innovation Co. The example below may shed some light on why Lean and Six Sigma may not be

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Why #Lean Fails in Job Shops!

Article written by Greg Lane & Chet Marchwinski   Like many job shop owners, Greg Lane struggled with implementing lean principles. The problem was that the

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Chimamanda Adichie- The danger of a single story

Article written by By Kevin Meyer I recently came across the following TED Talk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie where she talks about the “danger of a single

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Bootstrap #Root #Cause #Analysis into Your Strategic Thinking

Article written by Jon Miller   I have had some interesting differences of opinion lately about if and how root cause analysis fits into an organization’s

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