Tag Archives: Perfection

Wisdom within Dichotomy

To create future success, you’ve got to outlaw the very thing responsible for your past success. Sometimes slower is faster and sometimes slower is slower. But it’s always a judgement call. We bite the bullet and run expensive experiments because they’re valuable, but we neglect to run the least expensive thought experiments because they’re too disruptive. There’s an infinite difference ...

Read More »

The Principles of Lean Innovation

James P. Womack, co-author of Lean Thinking defines Lean as "Creating ever more value for customers with ever fewer resources". In this way, the professionals already have the "lean tools" as available resources, and now they can to apply in the process of Innovation. Nowadays this practice is very common in many manufacturing companies around the world.

Read More »