Thanks to my recent guest bloggers


While my wife and I were away on an extended vacation, I had a number of excellent guest bloggers who kept things running at I appreciate everybody helping me clear my mind and stay away from the blog… but I think the great posts will fill your mind with thoughts and ideas…

Here are the posts, working backward from the most recent, please check them out! I will have a few more guest posts the next few Fridays, as well…

Guest Post: Lean for Local Government – Pursuing Service Excellence  (Richard Steel)

Guest Post: 7 tips for Communicating in a Brain-Friendly Way  (Liz Guthridge)

Guest Post: Taking Tragic Healthcare Stories for Granted?  (Dean Bliss)

Guest Post: Kaizen and Passion  (Marc Rouppe van der Voort)

Guest Post: 11 Common Misconceptions About Lean  (Jeff Hajek)

How Do You Find a Lean Healthcare Person?  (Dean Bliss)

Guest Post: Kaizen's Test for the Best  (Duke Rohe)

Guest Post: What's Under Your Road to Improvement?  (Mark Jaben, MD)

Guest Post: The Tides of Change  (Ankit Patel)

Guest Post: What I've Learned from Lean  (Christina Kach)

Guest Post: Reports of Kaizen's Death are Greatly Exaggerated  (Dan Markovitz)

Guest Post: Weekend Fun – The Post That Goes PING!  (Brian Buck)

Guest Post: Safety – Why I Stopped Kidding Myself  (Russell Watkins)

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  1. Dean Bliss says

    Thanks again, Mark, for the opportunity to post on your blog. I appreciate it.

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