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Jan

Lean at Home: Some New Year Resolutions

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Odds & Sods

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Evolving Excellence: Lean Manufacturing in the Home – Some New Year’s Resolutions
Lean Manufacturing in the Home – Some New Year’s Resolutions
I’m sure I’m not unique in the world of lean manufacturing professionals in that I return from the office every evening and see lean opportunities around the house. Some continue to frustrate me, but I generally don’t change anything… in deference to keeping the peace with the family, having higher priorities, or due to simply being too tired. A recent holiday visit to my inlaws’ extremely neat and organized… but decidedly non-lean… home has prompted me to suggest some “lean home” new year’s resolutions.

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