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Jean Cunningham: A lean leader celebrates disclosing problems and other people’s abilities to solve them

By Jean Cunningham, - Last updated: Saturday, March 3, 2012 - Save & Share - Leave a comment

A lean leader celebrates disclosing problems. A lean leader celebrates
other people’s abilities to solve problems. A lean leader follows standard
work themselves and expect it from everyone in the team.   A lean leader
creates time for improvement and starts every meeting with “what have you
improved since we last met?”

A traditional leader celebrates good news.  A traditional leader promotes
fire fighters. A traditional leader believes people have to be managed.  A
traditional leader evaluates how closely the plan was followed. A
traditional leader sets targets based on internal capability.

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