Prioritization is a Symptom

“How do we prioritize all this work?” “What are mechanisms you use to prioritize?” “What if I have a lot of options that are all equal?” These are all valid questions and prioritization is an important function of both home and professional work. However, we find most often that prioritization issues, like trust issues, are a symptom of deeper problems. … Read More

Jim BensonPrioritization is a Symptom

Fundamental Misunderstandings Lead Directly to Malpractice

Yes, I know I know, Somebody’s Wrong on the Internet!   I am somewhat ranting this morning, because the screenshot to the right is so disappointing. The redacted person is responsible for implementing Lean in his organization, but I see this with all types of systems. The redacted person, let’s call him Micro, has a fundamental misunderstanding of the guiding … Read More

Jim BensonFundamental Misunderstandings Lead Directly to Malpractice

Prioritization is a Symptom

“How do we prioritize all this work?” “What are mechanisms you use to prioritize?” “What if I have a lot of options that are all equal?” These are all valid questions and prioritization is an important function of both home and professional work. However, we find most often that prioritization issues, like trust issues, are a symptom of deeper problems. … Read More

Jim BensonPrioritization is a Symptom

Fundamental Misunderstandings Lead Directly to Malpractice

Yes, I know I know, Somebody’s Wrong on the Internet!   I am somewhat ranting this morning, because the screenshot to the right is so disappointing. The redacted person is responsible for implementing Lean in his organization, but I see this with all types of systems. The redacted person, let’s call him Micro, has a fundamental misunderstanding of the guiding … Read More

Jim BensonFundamental Misunderstandings Lead Directly to Malpractice