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Hi – No blog post with actual, typical Lean content today… as you might have read earlier in the week, my experience as a new Frontier FIOS internet customer was a complete disaster. I’m on Day 10 without working home office internet, which is both frustrating AND very time consuming. read more
Thanks everybody for reading my blog throughout 2015! It’s been a great year and I appreciate you taking time out of your busy lives to read and participate in the discussion. I hope this site will continue to be a part of your life in 2016. Here are the ten most-read posts of the year…
Thanks to everybody for reading Lean Blog this year! As Christmas approaches, I’m taking off this week and probably next to enjoy time with family and some downtime. I hope you’ve had a successful year and I wish you nothing but the best for 2016…
Hi, Dr. Les Muda here. You might know me from DoctorMuda.com and my occasional “guest appearances” here, including the one post I was brave enough to write here at LeanBlog.org under my own name. Be sure to check out my new post on Deming’s 14 Points. My new post is a “listicle.” What’s that? Read on… […]
Technical Update on Lean Blog Emails & Problems with MailChimp RSS Feeds & Outlook – Root Cause Found, Problem Solved?
Thankfully, it has been a while since I’ve had to post something about technical difficulties here on the blog. Thanks to my reader survey, two people pointed out that they were having trouble opening the daily or weekly automated emails that go out with my blog posts in them. They have trouble when using Outlook […]
In the category of “not so new” (this blog is nine years old) and hopefully “somewhat improved,” you might notice a slightly different design today here at LeanBlog.org. The last major refresh I did to the site’s look and feel was in late 2009. There’s a screenshot further down in the post showing the pre-2009 […]
I’m now entering my 10th year of blogging here, if you can believe it (starting in January, 2005). Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to read and participate on my blog (and/or listening to my podcasts). As a thank you to my regular readers, I’m giving away a copy of one […]
“On the road again….” — a great Willie Nelson tune. I’m going to be on the road, moving from the Dallas/Fort Worth area down to San Antonio, as my wife has a new job assignment for the next few years. My blogging will be relatively light over the next few weeks. I’ll have a podcast […]
I always like to give a brief shout out to new sponsors when I have them. I have a brand new sponsor, starting out for the next two months, in a company that will be relevant to a Lean audience – they are Creative Safety Supply. They are running two ads in the right hand […]
Here are a few updates about my blog and my podcasts. For one, I’ve now been blogging for seven years now. I’ll write a blog post soon with my reflections on the anniversary/birthday of my blog. The other updates: My “Best of Lean Blog 2011” eBook is now completed and available My podcasts are now […]
This is free app that’s brought to you by a coalition of lean bloggers. Learn more about it or download it directly from the iTunes Store or the Android Marketplace. A number of us combined efforts to provide this as a free service to our loyal readers, so thanks go to: Jamie Flinchbaugh (Lean Learning Center) […]
Today, I’m announcing an evolution of my work life: doing less with the Lean Enterprise Institute, doing more consulting and speaking, and starting to help build an exciting startup company, KaiNexus. The first 16 years of my career has been an interesting journey: General Motors, Dell, Honeywell and a total of 10 years in the […]
Again, my apologies for writing about myself today, following up on my post about the upcoming 2nd edition of my book Lean Hospitals: Improving Quality, Patient Safety, and Employee Satisfaction, I have a few more updates and coming attractions to mention. In this post, I’ll cover: An upcoming video series on Lean Design in healthcare […]
Happy New Year! Today, I will have two posts that are embarrassingly self referential. Then back to normal stuff tomorrow. My main announcement is that I’m happy to say that I am working on a revised edition of my Shingo Award winning book, Lean Hospitals: Improving Quality, Patient Safety, and Employee Satisfaction. Those of you […]
It’s the Thanksgiving holiday tomorrow here in the U.S., so I’m going to take a few days away from the blog with family. Hope you have a good week… feel free to check out the archives of the blog (or search using the box in the upper right) or the podcasts if you’re new to […]
If you’ll indulge me, this is a post about some recent tech changes to LeanBlog.org and some tech features you might want to take advantage of. And, I definitely want your feedback, so please leave your comments below.
Everything has been restored, except for the mobile version of my blog, that will be fixed ASAP. If you see any strange behavior (redirects, virus warnings, etc.), please let me know.
I’d like to welcome a new advertiser to LeanBlog.org — it’s 5S Supply, found online at www.5Ssupply.com. I’ve talked with the owner, Tony Manos, and he’s serious about Lean and he’s serious about providing good service and good value to people who need supplies for their Lean journey. read more