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VIRTUOSO TEAMS

VIRTUOSO TEAMS

By Bill Fischer and Andy Boynton

Although “virtuoso teams,” comprised of top experts in their fields, are best at managing high-stake situations, leaders often settle for ordinary project teams to avoid the egocentric nature that “virtuoso” members are notorious for. 156 more words

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Birth of "I love 5S" blog

Today marks the birth of this blog. Since the day I’ve learned the 5S principles, my love for it grows more and more everyday. This day is my commitment to marry the principle of 5S.   40 more words

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Fostering a Lean Culture

Fostering a Lean Culture Through Your Employees

While working for a traditional batch manufacturer in the early 2000’s we faced many of the typical challenges – bloated inventory, many interruptions in flow, frustrated team members, missed shipments, cash flow challenges, and so much more. 561 more words

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WHEN TEAMS CAN'T DECIDE

WHEN TEAMS CAN’T DECIDE

By Bob Frisch

The trouble with cross-functional team decision making is the process itself. To improve their teams’ decision-making processes, leaders must first acknowledge that decision making is problematic because each member has constituencies in the organization they are vying for. 182 more words

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