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Lean thinking, why do many warehouses fail with the implementation of lean?

I am surprised not more warehouses implements lean in their organizations. It has been proven many times how effective it is. If you not are familiar but want to know more about lean, I recommend you to read, ”Lean Thinking: Banish Waste and Create Wealth in Your Corporation” James P. 859 more words



Okay: so my job, teaching? It involves a lot of shit. I get a lot of shit from students, both bullshit (“I was sick when you assigned this essay. 2,624 more words


How do you know you have the right performance level in your warehouse?

If you don’t standardize a performance level It doesn’t matter how much you invest in WMS, Automation, forklifts or other kinds of products that should facilitate logistics flow and help the staff perform better. 408 more words


How to Combine eClass and ETIM

eClass and ETIM are two different standards for product information.

eCl@ss is a cross-industry product data standard for classification and description of products and services emphasizing on being a ISO/IEC compliant industry standard nationally and internationally. 213 more words

Data Architecture

The importance of standardization in warehouse production

One of the most common reasons for poor efficiency and quality in the warehouse production is the lack of standardization. If you don´t use best practice and make an optimal standard for every process I can ensure you will have as many ways to perform a process as you have employees. 318 more words


Episode 27: Failure to Communicate


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Communication between the emergency department and EMS providers is grossly overlooked; during initial education, how many practice hand-offs did you do? 764 more words

CPR Podcast

On language and standardization

I thought it fitting to start with an introductory note on language and standardization. Firstly, let us specify that we are speaking about human language, which is to say everyday language, what we say, what we write, maybe even the language we think in. 625 more words