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Jack-o’-Lantern, Common Sense, and Lean

Often I hear people say “Lean is great, it is common sense practically applied.” I usually ignore this, because you could not say a lot about Lean which is more wrong than this statement. As a rule of thumb, you

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Are You Getting Depressed by Lean?

When you browse through Lean Management pages on the internet, you may have seen it yourself: reports about small success rates and comments about misunderstood Lean leading to bad consequences. From time to time I sense a level of frustration

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Do You Listen to Your Own Advice?

This Wednesday, I was fighting against my bicycle. Half of the distance to work I had the feeling to drive uphill. What went wrong? Flashback to exactly two months ago. Click To Tweet

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The Mythology Of Management Seems To Start in First Grade

  Today I present a post by Mike Stoecklein. Thank you to Mike that he alows me to republish this here. I still remember some things from when I was in kindergarten.  My teacher was Mrs. Sears.  We took naps

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Welcome to the World of Mini Habits

The journey into Lean Self blogging is very fascinating for me. Sometimes I come up with patently absurd ideas, like micro-meditation or the Lean diary. Then I discover somebody else who made a cool method out of it before. Today

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