Define Success as Learning, and the Culture Will Follow August 12, 2010Posted by Jeff Fuchs in culture, Lean Thinking, workforce.
Tags: culture, Lean Thinking, workforce
Michael Balle at The Lean Edge talks about success, failure, and learning. Dr. Balle has found that while some people tend to learn naturally, others refuse to do it, despite the consequences. Lean successes are garnered by improving processes in specific ways, and in teaching every person in the process the ability to better understand their work. Dr. Balle states that, over time, this brings about better results. But for this to happen, each person needs to accept that he or she needs to learn.
Check out Dr. Balle’s informative article here.