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Cultural Differences in Process Perception – Who is Who?

In my last post I wrote about cultural differences between nations A, B, and C. As promised, find the solution which nation is which: Americans (Nation A) are result oriented. Germans (Nation B) are process driven. Indians (Nation C) are

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What Drives You: Processes or Results?

Recently, on a train trip, I had an interesting conversation. One thing we talked about were cultural differences between various nations. I won’t bore you with the details, but here is what the conversation boiled down to: Cultural background has

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Take Part in the “Worst Waste” Reader Survey

I’m sure you have read a lot about waste and the waste types in Lean. I would like to know a little about your view on waste. Take Part in the ‘Worst Waste’ Reader Survey Click To Tweet No personal

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Make a List of Your Weaknesses (Exercise)

Exercise: Make a list of your weaknesses. In this post about weaknesses you find tips how to fill it. The first step deal with weaknesses is to know them. Click To Tweet

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Who are You? And Why is it Important?

Today’s post is about the small word “self” that is regularly used in this blog and which is part of the name “Lean Self” as well as of the term “self-improvement.” As you will see, it is a lot longer

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