15 Things You Can Learn to Solve Problems at Work

Problems are inherently a part of every business.  
How you solve them can make or break you as an employee or as a leader.  
Here are 15 proven things you can learn, which will solve problems, make sustainable change and eliminate wasted time and money at work.  
With lean fundamentals applied everyday, problems become less of a pain and more of an opportunity for improvement!
  1. Gain a deep understanding of lean thinking
  2. Learn the difference between traditional leadership vs. lean leadership
  3. Lead with purpose and principles
  4. Find you Vision - Focus, Alignment and Constancy of Purpose
  5. Leader as the Student and Teacher
  6. Learn the difference between Advocacy vs. Inquiry
  7. Find how respect for people makes all the difference
  8. Learn process and value-stream thinking and how to apply it
  9. Create management systems that support new thinking and problem solving
  10. Use effective measurement systems 
  11. Build 'reflection' into the improvement process
  12. Improve time management and standardization of work 
  13. Apply visual management - keep your people and work flow on track
  14. Build and manage teams that solve problems together
  15. Convince people on lean thinking and deal with resistance

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Posted by LeanCor Supply Chain Group

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LeanCor Supply Chain Group is a trusted supply chain partner that specializes in lean principles to deliver operational improvement. LeanCor’s three integrated divisions – LeanCor Training and Education, LeanCor Consulting, and LeanCor Logistics – help organizations eliminate waste, drive down costs, and build a culture of continuous improvement.

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