Month: December 2007

Total 18 Posts

One Year of Blogging!

Close to one year ago I started this little blog with the post Lean or Six Sigma?. Truth be told I wasn’t quite sure what I was doing (and am still learning) but knew I loved to write. I also knew I loved teaching people about lean and six sigma.

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101 Kaizen Templates

January 2008 will mark 10 years Gemba Research has been in business. This blog has been active for just over four years now. We are reflecting on the past 10 years in an effort to renew our purpose and focus our energies. We will do the same for the purpose

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The Lion and the Gnat

One of my kiddos picked The Aesop for Children for their bedtime book.  It is chalk full of short fables with some sort of theme associated with them.  One of the fables I read called “The Lion and the Gnat” was an excellent reminder for me so I thought I would share

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Lean Enterprise Rules of Three

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him. The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interred with their bones; So let it be with Caesar. That’s from an eulogy Mark Antony delivers in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. You

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Update on iSixSigma Magazine

As I’ve previously mentioned I have been asked to be part of iSixSigma Magazine’s Editorial Advisory Board.  I was recently asked to write an article for the magazine as part of a new series called “Ask the Expert.”  I can’t let the cat out of the bag on what I wrote

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