In Part 3 of his blog series on the Lean journey, Patrick Seaton explores his Top 25 “Soft” Lean Tools and Strategies top enable you to facilitate your Lean journey.
How often have you been in a brainstorming session only to come out of it thinking “What a waste of time!” Patrick Seaton dissects Mismanaged Brainstorm Session Syndrome and how to address it in this informative post.
This post discusses the importance of having identities for the organization and departments. That is the “what”. Regarding the “how” to do that, you might have your own tools.
In an update to my post about workload and task management in departments, I share findings from conversations I’ve had with organizations and consultants. Among other things, I concluded that a department that has priorities and workloads changing every so many months finds it challenging to follow the company’s strategic changes and initiatives.
In an update to his post about process analysis and improvement, Patrick Seaton shares the difference between Process Analysis and Process Improvement and the “what” as opposed to the “how”. Read on and learn.
This post is for executives and others who ideate, plan, assign, and oversee difficult-to-achieve efforts. The inspiration was several clients asking us to help them do the ‘Impossible’ fairly regularly! Here are several ways the author found that help achieve an ‘Impossible?’ goal. Read this and be on your way to Achieving Beyond!