Another contributing answer for “Talent Gap Blindness” and the internal cultural talent problem can be found in Steve Gandara & Randall Benson of “Excellent Cultures” four part post on the inevitable LEAN Implosion (or any SixSigma, SAP, Kaizen, Continuous Improvement – CI processes). Through observation, historical documentation and reports like this, the international cultural dissonance between the LEAN concept of Japan’s Kaizen and its Americanized interpretation and implementation is profound and a killer of the positive cultural spirit.
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