I am late to blogging because I was busy teaching, doing research, and writing books and papers for the last 15 years or so. So, I finally started two blogs last year, this one for Lean leadership and another one for Lean teaching. These reflect my dual identities as a Lean leadership scholar and trainer, and as a professor who pioneered the application of Lean principles and practices in teaching. I hope you will subscribe to my ad-free blogs.

I was late to Twitter as well, but got going on that two months ago. I hope you will follow me @BobEmiliani.

Anyway, this is the one-year anniversary of my Lean Leadership blog! Over the past 12 months, the top 20 posts are:

Kudos to John Seddon
Why No “Respect for People?”
The Future of Lean
The Language of Lean
The Back Story – Real vs. Fake Lean
Why Is Lean Important?
Leadership Behaviors: The Path To Lean Culture
Worse Than Anyone Thought
Eliminating the Six Criticisms of Lean
Evolution Of The RFP Principle
Don’t Wait For Your Leaders
Lean Heresy
Metrics Madness
No Lean Without Kaizen
Lean as Decoration
My Favorite Quote
Early TPS Training
Shingijutsu-Kaizen Conference: Day 1
The Implied Threat
Shingijutsu-Kaizen Conference: Day 2

Which ones are your favorite? Please forward them along to your colleagues.

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