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"Post COVID-19 Crisis Supply Chain: A Time to Rise" White Paper Review by Stephen Parry

Posted by Stephen Parry on May 1, 2020 5:13:35 PM

Founder and CEO of LeanCor Supply Chain Group, Robert O. Martichenko’s Post COVID-19 Crisis Supply Chain: A Time To Rise is probably one of the most insightful and important white papers of our time. It is especially thought provoking for Lean practitioners, and supply chain/logistics specialists.

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Topics: Lean, Adaptive Business, Operations Strategy, Logistics Specialists, Supply Chain Management

Mistakes can be a Marvellous Source of Innovation in a Professionally Safe Workplace

Posted by Stephen Parry on Sep 23, 2019 1:16:39 PM

Blame is an interesting area of psychology, a legally authorised social mechanism, and a fairly baffling human quirk. Philosophers and theorists have competing ideas about what constitutes blame and its underpinning mechanisms. However, the philosopher Tognazzini (2014) says that blame “is a negative evaluative judgement that implies responsibility.” This is a good generalisation of what blame involves, and the keyword here is negative.

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Topics: Change Leadership, Work Climate, Adaptive Business, Enterprise Architecture, Operations Strategy

"The Gold Mine" Book Review by Stephen Parry

Posted by Stephen Parry on Dec 13, 2012 12:39:12 PM

The Gold Mine: A Novel of Lean Turnaround (2005) by Michael Ballé and Freddy Ballé contains some gems. Its format is very similar to The Goal (2004) by Eliyahu Goldratt -- a novel-style portrayal of a company trying to get back to profitability, so there is a case for comparison.

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Topics: Lean, Operating Strategy, Operations Strategy, Organisational Design, Service Delivery

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