If you missed our most recent webinar called “A Factory of One” you can watch a replay of it here. It was excellent and I highly recommend you take the time to check it out. It’s free to view until May 15, 2012. After that it will only be available
Month: April 2012
Ernest Shackleton was a British explorer celebrated for his exploration of the Antarctic. During the 1914-1917 expedition aboard the aptly-named Endurance, he lead his crew without loss of life through disasters which included their ship being trapped and crushed in ice, a journey across a frozen world and even a
I second Dan in saying this may be the best 11 minutes of your day. If you want to be inspired – and smile – watch this video (click through to site if you’re reading via email or RSS). Really, folks. Please watch this. All of it.
This may be the most unhelpful emergency evacuation visual control in the United States of America. The evacuation plan resembles a journey through a shark’s intestines. Should one need to actually consult it, the ability to read Japanese is required. The black dot at the top left is marked “current
This ambiguous visual control creates more doubts than assurances. What is the message here? Do some people prefer and wish to be directed to the unclean rooms? Room 621 was in fact quite nice.
Michel Baudin’s blog article More Musings on Muda, meant to end fruitless debate on the definitions and categorizations of the types of waste, in fact led to some brief but interesting exchanges on Twitter. The discussion centered around the claim by lean healthcare practitioners that in healthcare there is a