Monthly Archives: February 2013

Lean & User Experience, again

lean-loop

Over the years I’ve written a few posts about the relationship between Lean and User Experience.  But in looking back on those, I don’t feel like I ever did as thorough of a job as I would like in connecting the two domains.  So when I was asked last year to contribute to a new book […]

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Recognizing Lean

Here is my list of the Top 7 ways to know you’re working in a Lean environment: You keep hearing references to Lean that don’t refer to Cuisine or cuts of meat. You keep hearing Japanese terms like kaizen or muda. People are talking about Flow, but they are not referencing the positive psychologist Csikszentmihalyi. […]

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Wheat Belly

I finished the book Wheat Belly by Dr. William Davis earlier this week, and I recommend it!  But before I summarize what the parts I found the most compelling, let me give you a little background about how I found myself reading in the first place … We introduced oat cereal to our oldest son shortly after […]

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