Monthly Archives: November 2016

Gary Kapanowski: Robert Reich on the election

Over the past several years, I’ve debated Robert Reich on his editorials in several newspapers and journals mainly on his facts leading to often misleading conclusions.  I want to applaud him in this case that I think he is on target with two of his points directly.  By using fact and Gemba, he has reached […]

GARY KAPANOWSKI: Lessons for first female president watching election

Rochelle Riley’s article is a nice first step to understanding how the presidential vote was casts, especially in Michigan.  Using our “lean” eyes, several interesting why should appear after reading the article. Why did women not vote as a block to support her presidency? Were their different segments of the population not treated as a […]