The first article in this series described what a burn out is, where it comes from, and that
Burn-outs are a very interesting phenomena.
In their book Crucial Conversations, Pattersson, Grenny, McMillan and Switzler describe seven steps to impro
As a real lean enthusiast, I am stunned how many people introduce lean tools in their processes without success.
In his book, deep work, Cal Newport describes four rules which can help you to stay focused on the things that make y
Next to improving the flow of goods and services in a value stream, Lean also focusses on improving the flow of probl
Lean distinguishes itself form other methods by focusing mainly on time.
In Nonviolent communication, Marshall Rosenberg describes a way of communicating with empathy and focus on p
A Lean organization is driven by its standards.
In The Corporate Athlete, Koen Gonissen and Alain Goudsmet describe a holistic approach for maximal personal
A Pull process is a process in which a workstation starts to work on his next order only when there is a fre
Lean is a culture, a way of thinking, and includes principles and tool that can be applied everywhere: at home, in pr
For most managers, they are the most time consuming activity there is: E-mails.
In his book Getting things done, David Allen describes a system which helps to achieve a life with ´mind lik
Team boards are used for communication within shifts, between shifts and between different departments.
In One Small Step Can Change Your Life – the Kaizen Way, Robert Maurer describes the power of Kaizen in a pe
In his book First Things First, Stephen Covey describes setting priorities as the most important aspect of s
One of the most important principles in the Lean Philosophy is the Pull Principle.
The word team is often explained as “Together Everybody Achieves More”.
In his book Dream Dare Do, Ben Tiggelaar describes three steps to change personal behavior.
This fantastic book, thinking, fast and slow, is full of psychological explanations of humans behaving irrat
Coach yourself to success by Talane Miedaner contains 101 tips, divided over 10 categories, to attract success in you
The seven Habits of highly effective people is Stephen Coveys most famous book, in which he describes 7 habits a pers
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