The Exploration (Innovation) Card

Innovation Card

EDCA or Explore-Do-Check-Act.  I like to use this term; EDCA learned from Graham Hill to designate the Explore aspect of Lean. I view it as more of Design Type thinking content that allows for that collaborative learning cycles with a customer. We are capturing comments and/or suggested improvements to the card Continue reading The Exploration (Innovation) Card

Mid-Week Savannah Lean Workshops: Huge ROI on Training

Between the two Savannah, GA summits, Lean People Development Summit and Lean Accounting & Management, a unique offering of workshops will be offered to both sets of attendees. However, the registration is open to anyone, you do not have to participate in either summit. If you live within 100 miles of Savannah, Continue reading Mid-Week Savannah Lean Workshops: Huge ROI on Training

Lean People Development Summit Ad Portfolio

Lean People Development

Lean People Development Summit is just a little over a week away. As a result, we have completed our Ad copy and wanted to upload it for anyone’s review. There was a fair amount of other copy and video made but I thought this collection stood on its own as more Continue reading Lean People Development Summit Ad Portfolio

Eliminating Budget Waste to Become Future Ready

Budget Future

Senior leadership often uses the budgeting process to try to squeeze costs out of your organization. As a result, the budgeting process at most organizations has become one of the most painful to endure. Yet if you were to evaluate your current budgeting process, do you find that it is Continue reading Eliminating Budget Waste to Become Future Ready

Failure as an Art Form

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Stefana Saxton serves as a Business Excellence Innovation Leader for Business Excellence (BEx®) at Black & Veatch where she works with internal and external clients to identify, prioritize, and execute mission critical business improvements and innovations that add value to the company, its business partners, and clients globally. Stefana has Continue reading Failure as an Art Form