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Takeaways from Boston and Berlin
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Update (June 28th 2019): Over the months, the exercise referred to here by my working title Reverse Wardley has served us incredibly well. With full credit to Liz and Karl, it’s a great addition to our workshops and I love it! My name for it has proved way too nerdy for some tastes though, and after several […]

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How One Guy From a Large Insurance Firm Added Millions to the Bottom Line with Lean Startup
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This is the story of how a man named Luke spent a mere three months, and six percent of his allotted budget, to come up with an evidence-based plan to add millions to his company’s… The post How One Guy From a Large Insurance Firm Added Millions to the Bottom Line with Lean Startup appeared […]

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Observe with Purpose [[From the Archives]]
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Originally Posted: by Jamie Flinchbaugh on 10/22/2009 Direct observation has been an under-appreciated aspect of lean for most of its life. It has gotten a lot more attention in recent years, unfortunately, this is thanks in part to the use of jargon, such as gemba and genchi genbutsu. For those of you who know me, […]

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GA 274 | Retiring from a Lean Career with George Saiz
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This week’s guest is George Saiz. George walked Ron through his career and the observations he’s made over the years, including during his time as President of AME. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you’ll learn:  The sports quote that inspires George (3:37) How George’s career […]

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