Tag Archives: planning

Lean Communication – 3 Teaching Tips to Steer Clear

Today, Dec. 30, is my birthday.  It also happens to be my mom and dad’s anniversary.  Happy Birthday to me.  Happy Anniversary mom and dad. I remember telling this fact to a school teacher of mine (when I was young … Continue reading

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Lean Navigation Blunders (a.k.a. Why You Can’t Find Santa’s Workshop Using a Compass)

When I was ten years old, I had a dream.  No, not the ‘sound asleep on my pillow’ kind of dream.  More like a ‘Martin Luther King Jr.’ kind of dream.  Yes, I had a dream.  My dream was to travel to … Continue reading

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Lean Gardening – Don’t Spoil the Harvest

Part III of a IV Part series on gardening and some connections to lean. Let’s get dirty and bring in the harvest! Nothing beats bringing in the harvest.  All the hard, sweaty work.  Tilling the ground, planting the seeds, watering … Continue reading

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Lean Gardening – Planning Out Your Plot

It’s that time of year again.  Part I of a IV Part series on gardening and some connections to lean.  Let’s get dirty. After spending five years in Maryland and another ten in Pennsylvania, my wife and I (and now … Continue reading

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