This is a great article discussing how universities and companies can share in the learning process and contribute to Lean continuous improvements. In clear step-by-step process, the collaboration provides the...
I found this article to be a positive step in the right direction for 2015. There are many ways to incorporate increase production by oneself but this article gives you actionable steps to get this accomplished during the year. See the list below:
- Get up earlier: Use time to plan your day, read email, exercise, or meditate
- Prioritize prioritizing: Have a to-do-list and update it
- Organize your day in blocks of time: Try using 90-minute work blocks with 10-minute breaks
- Dump multitasking: it doesn’t work (think set-up time)
- Limit decisions: Save time for important decision not trivial ones like food or clothes
- Get started: Tendency is to complete projects
- Set systems, not goals: Systems are long-term process, Goals are short term
- Take naps: a 20- to 30-minute nap will make you more alert
Gary Kapanowski – Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt – Excelsior
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