Management Web Sites and Resources
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Insights on Agile, Lean, Kanban, and Flow by Jeff Anderson and Alexis Hui.
Blog by George Bohan, keeping you informed on lean and agile manufacturing.
Agile Six Sigma
"I'm going to use this blog to share and capture ideas on quality - with a primary focus on application of Lean Six Sigma in a Technology setting."
Blog by Gede Manggala in Indonesia. "I am a fan of simplicity and love to play with data to find simple solution for my life through better understanding of data and human behavior (who, generally, are not always rational)."
Blog by industrial engineering with the theme of reflecting on lean management and the idea that business units should be educated on lean thinking and principles.
Chief Happiness Officer
Blog by Alexander Kjerulf. "Work can be energizing, meaningful, inspiring and plain old fun. When it is, we enjoy work more, we enjoy life more and we get more done on the job."
Curious Cat Management Improvement Blog
Blog by John Hunter on many topics to to improve the management of organizations, including: Deming, lean manufacturing, agile software development, evidence based decision making, customer focus, innovation, six sigma, systems thinking, leadership, psychology, ...
Blog by Lee Fried tracking the journey of a world-class health care system as it continuously improves to serve its members. He works for Group Health Cooperative non-profit care system in Seattle, Washington.
Deming From the Bottom Up
"What would happen if a front-line worker 'accidentally stumbled upon the writings of Dr W. Edward Deming, and became convinced that Dr Deming's basic tenants if pursued would result in a quality organization from top to bottom. This blog will demonstrate the effect of DMM on that individual." By Dan Lang
Blog by Mark Hamel exploring experiences (some successful, some not) of the author and other lean practitioners and shared for the purpose of providing insight into the application of lean concepts.
“Gemba walk” (lean thinking term) to go to the actual place where value is added + “walkabout” (Australian aborigine) a short period of wandering bush life engaged as an occasional interruption of regular work.
"My lean experiences include learning directly from the original lean leaders including Dr. Shigeo Shingo. As a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, I believe quality is a cornerstone of all improvement actions. By sharing these experiences and insights, my hope is that you may benefit on your lean journey."