Can’t solve A Problem Without A Well Rounded Idea Of The Problem

Jim Benson is best known for his seminal work, Personal Kanban.  Our conversation tomorrow centers on his new work, Why Limit WIP: We are Drowning in Work (MemeMachine Series) (Volume 2). This is an excerpt from one of my favorite podcast (Related Podcast and Transcription:  Quality & Collaboration = Quallaboration An Continue reading Can’t solve A Problem Without A Well Rounded Idea Of The Problem

Crowdsourcing The Next 7 Tools

Leave a 3-Minute Video on Your Favorite Tool. Why do you like it? (This is A Google Community: Next 7 Tools) Community purpose: to explore, create, and perfect the next generation of continuous improvement tools that will lift the quality and effectiveness of organizations beyond 2020. The first seven tools Continue reading Crowdsourcing The Next 7 Tools

A Strength Based Lesson thru Visuality

Bob Petruska, author of Gemba Walks for Service Excellence: The Step-by-Step Guide for Identifying Service Delighters discussed what he learned (part 2 of 2) about  Sur-Seal Corporation after listening to the podcast (part 1of 1) with Mick Wilz, Director of Enterprise Excellence and Co-Owner of Sur-Seal. Related Podcasts and Transcription: Continue reading A Strength Based Lesson thru Visuality

Lean Implementation: Use the Language of Industry

“Until these guys actually did it hands-on, it just didn’t register with them.” – Scott Sedam Scott Sedam is President of TrueNorth Development and Todd Hallett, AIA, President of TK Design & Associates, Inc. are my guest this week on the Business901 podcast. These guys are at the forefront of Continue reading Lean Implementation: Use the Language of Industry

Quality through Individual Actions Presentation

Below is a presentation that I will be giving this week to the Plantmix Asphalt Industry of Kentucky. It will be during the winter training school and focus on Building a Quality Program through your Actions. This an hour long presentation and I noticed a few parts that the subject Continue reading Quality through Individual Actions Presentation