Everybody is sick and tired hearing and reading about the infamous coronavirus COVID-19, yet nobody can ignore the tremendous ripple effect this virus has, disrupting the slightest things in our lives, despite its alleged moderate potential effects on our health. At least for rather young and healthy people. According to a STATISTA worldwide Survey dated … Continue reading The mighty COVID-19
In an article titled “My Personal Turning Point: Reflecting on a Decade as a Lean Coach” by Josh Howell, now president of LEI and posted January 14th, 2020, the author explains why he was smiling on a photo. It was not because of the prospective new job with LEI but because he was leaving his … Continue reading Smiling because starting a job with a new company or because leaving the actual one?
Hello everyone, in these very first days of the new year 2020, I wish you all the best for the three hundred sixty and some remaining days. This blog is now 5 years old, as I started it in January 2014. The slow build-up of organic growth accumulated 362,698 views since, with 476 posts in … Continue reading This blog is 5 years old!
At the moment of writing these lines, the year has 5 more days to go until 2019 and complete its fifth year of existence. The 2018 counter of views shows 89,670, a 16.5% increase compared to previous year, thanks to 53,430 visitors. A still modest score, but I am working on it. I managed to … Continue reading 2018: one year of blogging in retrospect
January 2014 - January 2017, my blog is now online for 3 years and counts 347 posts. Thanks to all of you my audience is gently growing on this blog, as well as on my Youtube channel and on tweeter. All organic! What is the most read here? According to the stats, Constraint vs. bottleneck … Continue reading My blog’s third birthday
With this short video, I'd like to introduce this blog.
It was the one which inspired me my post: “Minimum Viable Product or just crap?”, it kept upsetting me over and over while claiming to be the top app for social media management. I got rid of it and feel much better now. Not only can I get beyond the limitations, but I have a … Continue reading Discarded the bloody app, feel better now
Happy New Year Dear Visitors, may 2016 be prosperous and keep you healthy! I spend the last days of 2015 and the very first of 2016 in a wellness center, and while lingering in host bubbling spas, being massaged or curing like a spring roll wrapped in sea mud, I had plenty of time to … Continue reading First post of January 2016
In these last days of 2015, here is the year in retrospect and my blog's second anniversary. On December 28th, 2015, my blog counted 271 posts. There is only one reblog, so 270 posts over two years are mine. 2015 saw 90 new posts published, roughly one every four days. I thought I was more … Continue reading One year in retrospect and my blog’s second anniversary
Having started my career in the heyday of Total Quality Management (it brings us back to the early 1980s!) and being educated to worship customer satisfaction in the Lean way, I am not very at ease with the Minimum Viable Product concept. A minimum viable product has just those core features that allow the product … Continue reading Minimum Viable Product or just crap?