My Guest Post @LeanBlitz – Baseball and Warnings
My friend Chad Walters has contributed guest posts to my blog (and has been a podcast guest) and I'm happy to return the favor with a guest post on his site: “Guest Post: A Clown Post About Bryce Harper and Warnings.”
Since his “Lean Blitz” blog is sports themed, I wrote a post about warning tracks (and how players like Bryce Harper, pictured below, often ignore them), the general ineffectiveness of warning signs in different workplaces (including healthcare), and how mistake proofing and better processes need to be the way we ensure safety and quality. Check out the post. Hope you enjoy it and that it's a bit thought provoking.
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