Month: July 2015

Total 13 Posts

Lean for Social Good

For most of us, the desire to improve and to be respectful of others is inherent. Many people practice some rudimentary form of lean without even realizing it. Those familiar with lean typically think first of manufacturing, and for good reason. It is commonly known that the lean movement stems from the Toyota Production System. What

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Last Week in Bad Problem Solving, 2016 POTUS Candidate Edition

When one spends as much time as I do thinking about the ins and outs of the problem solving process, it soon becomes painfully obvious that the U.S. political system demands very little from our elected leaders in that regard. Last week GOP Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush made comments containing some typical indicators bad problem solving. In an

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