Reflections: If I Hadn’t Moved From Lean Manufacturing to Lean Healthcare
I just got back from Japan last night and I'm going to take it easy during this Thanksgiving week. Rest and family time are high priorities, of course, as I'm sure they are for many of you. I will be reflecting a lot on my trip and I'll be writing more posts about the trip soon.
On Friday, LinkedIn published a piece I wrote for their series of articles on the theme of “The Road Not Taken.” LinkedIn asked people to write about the “Plan B” that they maybe wish they had pursued. This was difficult for me, as I did pursue a Plan B – shifting from manufacturing to healthcare in 2005.
So, I wrote a piece that imagined what I might think if I had stayed in manufacturing.
Click here or on the image below for the piece:
Do you have a career “Plan B?” What is it or what would it be?
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