When I was a child, I remember the prices on products at the store were merely stickers with a currency value on them. Sometimes, there were several stickers – one on top of the other – and you could see if the price had changed upwards or downwards. And when I was 19 (in 1982…
By Thomas Thorsted & Peter Knorst ”We started our Lean journey at Ford Motor Company in 1983. Inspired and impressed by the success in gaining market share achieved by the Japanese car manufacturer Toyota we went to Japan to study their means and methods, and we came back with the right recipe.
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Human behavior is as funny as it is interesting. We take as a given that with which we grew-up as a child – our country, local community, heritage, religion, government – collectively our experience. We are conditioned to not question that which is “normal” – because that is the way it’s always been. And not…
“Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards.” -Vernon Sanders Law
The best way to accelerate your personal and professional growth is by seeking and engaging mentors. These “Sherpa’s” can be invaluable during your life journey. They can help you snap into focus your dreams and help facilitate their pursuit. They can help you see opportunity and avoid hazards.
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