Tag Archives: Process Improvement

Leadership Starts with You

I’ve been really bad about blogging lately.  Please forgive me.  I’ve been busy learning about leadership, and how leaders lead in a Lean company.  There have been some big ah-ha moments for me, but perhaps the biggest idea to cross … Continue reading

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Plan the Work, Then Work the Plan

As the holidays are staring us directly in the face, I‘ve spent some time reflecting on how we go about doing our daily tasks.  This reflection comes from watching and listening as friends and family have discussed their holiday shopping.  … Continue reading

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Do You Understand Your Processes?

One of the things I’ve learned about process improvement is that to change a process dramatically you must understand the process intimately.   You must understand the ins and outs; the ups and downs; what is good and what is bad.  … Continue reading

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Are You Measuring for Success or Just Measuring?

It has been a while since I sat down and discussed this issue, and based upon a conversation I had with one of our ministers at church yesterday this seems like a good time to put it on the table … Continue reading

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So Why Don’t Process Changes Stick?

As I sit here this afternoon, I am deep in thought.  Not just about M.E. Burdette Co. and what we are trying to accomplish in our journey; but in a more general sense about every organization out there that is … Continue reading

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