Tag Archives: Value Stream

Work by Seeing It. Make it Visual.

Lean organizations of all kinds make strong use of visual management. Visual management means that – as far as possible – people’s work is scheduled, organized, and controlled by themselves, and the information they need can be easily seen on … Continue reading

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If “Bean Counters” Should Be “Bean Growers”, They Need More Time in the Day.

There was recently an interesting article in the Strategic Finance journal¹ about the need for accountants to take on a more strategic role in their companies². The piece – “Bean Counters No More” – was written by Neil H. Baier who … Continue reading

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THE THREE RULES OF BUSINESS SUCCESS (According to Michael Raynor and Mumtz Ahmed, HBR April 2013) A casual reading of the Harvard Business Review article by Michael Raynor & Mumtaz Ahmed might lead you to think that this is another … Continue reading

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