Call it summer laziness, but I’m going to follow up my Throwback Thursday feature with a what I’ll call a “Flashback Friday” along with what’s a more embarrassing picture of myself from my awkward early years (I’m now in awkward middle age). The picture below… I call this my “Ron Burgundy phase.” Thank you, braces.
Anyway, I think this post from 2009 is still relevant:
Check it out… how do we engage with people to move beyond “we’re different” being a barrier and an excuse? Can “we’re different” be a problem to solve through discussions and demonstrating how Lean does work in different settings?
See my talk on moving from “making excuses” to “solving problems” and this video of it:
Have a great weekend. Stay classy, Lean Blog!
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