Month: June 2013

Total 4 Posts

Review of Conversational Capacity by Craig Weber

My latest recommended reading for people who care about getting things done is Conversational Capacity: The Secret to Building Successful Teams That Perform When the Pressure Is On (McGraw-Hill, 2013) by Craig Weber. Pressure being off or on, in teams or in one-on-one relationships, awareness and ability to improve our

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George and the Amazing One-piece Flow Meal Truck

This YouTube video titled Meals Per Hour tells the story of volunteers applying kaizen to improve the delivery of meals to Superstorm Sandy victims. Toyota volunteers teach food bank staff how to improve through focused, principle-driven, fast and small changes using commonsense ideas. It is one of the best examples

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