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The Two Ugly Faces of Waste

Recently, while as was standing with my bike at a red traffic light, I had time for some thoughts about waste. I did not think about any special type of waste.[1] Just the word “waste” itself was what I mulled

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How I Got Rid of My T-Shirt Collection

Do you take home t-shirts from your vacation or from special events? Then maybe you have an awesome collection of shirts. My advice: get rid of it, it is inventory waste. I did not use most of my souvenir t-shirts

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What You Can Learn about Lean from the Game “Flappy Birds”

  “Flappy Birds” is a Lean game. It delivers value (fun) to its target group (casual gamers) with minimum effort (game play and production cost) at a price accepted by the market (zero, if you do not count in the

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A Pareto Chart Example (with Lean Self Blog Data)

Would you like to see an example for a Pareto Chart? I had that on my backlog for some time but was looking for some data which is suitable. Last week I did an analysis of my post visits and

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If Your To-Do List is Empty, there is No Fun

Recently, a reader of this blog made an interesting remark, which is the title of today’s post. It actually made me wonder: how happy are we if our to-do list is empty? And how full can it be until we

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