Affirmations, or repeating words or phrases out loud do have the power to keep us attuned to the definitions and to the outcomes they define and engender. Here are a few of mine. What are yours? Continue reading “Words We Affirm Have Power”
A friend of mine and another person in my community of faith passed away recently from pancreatic and liver cancer. … Continue reading We All Leave a Legacy. What is in this?
TQM and the entire development of the Quality Movement and Principles is headed toward several key areas. These are:
2. Public/Private Partnerships Continue reading The Next Big Areas for Quality To Address
The photos and observations below are from Public School 126-Marjorie H. Dunbar Elementary School in the South Bronx in New … Continue reading Creating a “learning environment”-Lessons from a 2nd grade classroom
Bringing ideas to market that touch the hearts and minds of customers is best accomplished via rapid prototyping, using small pilot projects. People react to prototypes more reliably than to surveys or coming up with ideas themselves. Continue reading Innovation: The Story of Post-It Notes
I found this and highly recommend this blog. Visual cues or signs are fundamental to implementing Lean in any organization.
Introducing the Visual Management Blog, a space for the discussion of ideas and examples of Visual Management applied to Agile teams and project management.