Lean Lessons from History: Pursuit of Perfection


Few would argue that lean is about an journey to the ideal state, towards perfection. It's a continuous, never ending journey. This is quite dated, but since it was before the blog, I've never written about it. I wrote a short piece about a quote from legendary football coach Vince Lombardi.

Perfection is not attainable. But if we chase perfection, we can catch excellence.

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We've shared quotes before and how they link to lean under the title Lean Lessons from History.

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Jamie Flinchbaugh is an accomplished Entrepreneur, Senior Executive, and Board Member with more than 20 years of success spanning finance, manufacturing, automotive, and management consulting. Leveraging extensive operational experience, Jamie is an invaluable asset for a company seeking expert guidance with process improvements, lean strategies, and leadership coaching in order to transform operations, reduce costs, and drive profitability. His areas of expertise include continuous improvement, entrepreneurship, coaching and training, process transformation, business strategy, and organizational design.


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