10 Easy Ways to Know You’re Not a Leader


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Interesting list, something for all of us lean change agents to consider. I'll admit “I messed up” (see #7) by thinking sometimes that “only if I were in charge of this department/factory, it would be better/more lean” (item #2).

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  1. I have a personal affection for #6 – Our television news, our manufacturing floors, our government, our culture are filled with people who have decided that it is easier to blame others than to take responsibility. The major indicators for this are the number of lawsuits that are brought for personal injury in this country and the number of people who continue to try to make the annual Darwin List.


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