Monthly Archives: April 2013

What was the Root Cause? (Exercise)

Exercise 16: Pick one of the following examples or something that happened in the recent past and try “5 Why.” Unpaid bills Forgotten to-dos A car accident A quarrel at home or at work Bad grades in an exam While

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6 Reasons for the Ultimate Lean Diet

This is the Ultimate Lean Diet: Quit dieting! Click To Tweet Most so-called “diets” are useless, can be dangerous, and are a scam to get your money. Why should you quit to worry about your diet?

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Micro-Sport (Exercise)

From the Lean perspective, sport is ambivalent: On the one hand, it can be fun and improve your health, thus adding value. On the other hand, you can view it as motion for the sake of motion, which could be

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Lean Chicken Incident

One standard method of Lean to find root causes of a problem is the “5 Why” method. It is quite simple: If you face a problem, ask yourself why often enough to find the real reason. Click To Tweet Let

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7+1 Reasons Why a Bicycle Vacation is Lean

Did you ever consider a bicycle vacation? Heare are eight reasons why you should consider a bicycle vacation: Less Waiting Waste: You most probably won’t stand in a traffic jam and you don’t sit around in train stations or airports.

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