Innovation Ecosystems and Information Rheology

GUEST POST from Arlen Meyers Rheology is the study of flow. There are many ways to measure flow. For example, Volume Flow is defined as the volume quantity that flows through a given section at a considered time interval. The … Continue reading &…

Finding Practical Continuous Improvement Information Is Easier and Faster on the New Lean Enterprise Institute Website

Improved navigation and functionality at the new lean.org, which launched September 21, 2021, make it easier and faster for businesses to find comprehensive content about continuous improvement.  Lean Enterprise Institute, Inc., a global leader in lean management thinking, practice, and innovation today announced the launch of its improved website, https://www.lean.org/. The completely redesigned site boasts improved functionality and better navigation that makes finding […]

Lean Tips Edition #177 (Tips #2866 – 2880)

For my Facebook fans you already know about this great feature. But for those of you that are not connected to A Lean Journey on Facebook or Twitter I post daily a feature I call Lean Tips.  It is meant to be advice, things I learned from experien…

Going with the Flow

How Great Ideas Sometimes Come From Following the Natural Flow of Things Image: James Homans on Unpslash GUEST POST from John Bessant Sometimes it’s the simplest ideas which change the world. Barbed wire is nothing more than a cleverly twisted … …

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