Three Ways to Think About Lean Vocabulary

When people are learning about Lean practices they very soon confront a set of new terms, many of them in Japanese. While the enthusiasm some people have for Lean processes leads them to embrace the new terms, others are challenge by ideas and vocabulary that are foreign to them. There three ways we can think […]

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The Myth of Overtime

For many years, I worked as an architect, primarily on large public projects. I remember the deadlines: We have all been there – the schedule is tight and the clock is ticking. You don’t want to sit in meetings; you don’t want to discuss how you will do the work. You just want to sit […]

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What to Expect at the LeanProject 2018 Leadership Experience

LeanProject is hosting its second Leadership Experience, February 28 and March 1, in Lexington, Kentucky, at the Griffin Gate Resort. This intimate conference is an opportunity to learn how to better align our leadership with lean principles. A Unique TMMK Tour Opportunity: While everyone is able to experience a tour of the Toyota Georgetown factory, […]

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2018 Leadership Experience – Conversations for Leadership Featuring a Tour of the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky Facility

We are excited to announce the dates for the 2018 LeanProject Leadership Experience to be held February 28 and March 1, 2018 in Lexington, Kentucky, at the Griffin Gate Marriott Resort. This year’s Leadership Experience will focus on understanding language as an important part of who we are as leaders and as members of teams. Klaus Lemke, Jason […]

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