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Where lean product development experts and practitioners share their stories.


18 Jul 2018
Charlie Baker
July 18, 2018

“Seeing” waste in Product Development: Knowledge Management

In my experience, a holistic view of waste in product development must include knowledge management – the ability of the organization to retain and apply knowledge once it was acquired the first time. Put another way, any mistake that has been made more than once by an organization is a failure of ...
01 Jul 2018
01 Jul 2018
Bob Melvin
July 01, 2018

Wright Brothers Eliminate Knowledge Gaps

It has been said that the Wright Brothers were one of the original practitioners of knowledge based development. In fact, the museum listed their three knowledge gaps (Lift, Power, and Control). They started with kites, then gliders, then a wind tunnel, more gliders, and once they were confident the...
01 Jul 2018
Arnoud Herremans
July 01, 2018

Somewhere beyond right and wrong, there is a garden….. I will meet you there.

Somewhere beyond right and wrong resonates throughout the Lean system in Genchi Genbutsu and is at the center of Lean Product and Process Development. To truly understand, we must go beyond our current understanding, refrain from wishful thinking and ‘go and see for ourselves’ to collect data first ...
10 Apr 2018
20 Mar 2018
15 Sep 2017
Norbert Majerus
September 15, 2017

The Importance of Structure in Innovation

In the early parts of this century, Lean, especially lean-sigma came under intense criticism: An article in the Forbes magazine (Norbert Majerus, Lean-Driven Innovation, CRC Press, 2015) documented results, mainly from 3M,...
01 Sep 2017
Peter Palmer
September 01, 2017

The Perfect Combination for Learning

I believe that learning, especially the learning needed to change your way of thinking, needs different approaches and that it takes time. You need to enter the learning loop well prepared, know your True North and break it down into problems to solve and small experiments to learn, preferably li...
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