Dan Markovitz has interesting things to say.

June 10th, 2007

A couple of weeks ago Dan was nice enough to pick up on a post of mine in something he wrote for the Lean Blog:

The Normalcy of Waste

Until he made a comment on my post, I hadn’t known anything about Dan, the Lean Blog, or his own blog, TimeBack. But it’s clear from just a bit of reading that he and I have some of the same points of focus — although he’s light years ahead of me in his grasp of how lean management applies to business and to self-management.

So, thanks to the magic of the blogosphere, I now have a couple of new resources to explore. Early returns are excellent — see my comments on “The Normalcy of Waste” and on Dan’s TimeBack post, “Standard Work: The Flywheel of Society”.

Thanks, Dan!

[Update, 11 June 2007:  Because I’m a dope and didn’t pay attention, I initially misspelled Dan’s last name with a “w” instead of the correct “v”.]

One Response to “Dan Markovitz has interesting things to say.”

  1. What I’ve Learned So Far » Blog Archive » Friday links roundup. Says:

    […] –> A couple of weeks ago, I linked to a New York Times piece in which Michael Pollan talks about how our “farm” policy (which is really food policy) helps to foster the widespread obesity from which the nation suffers. The other day I got an e-mail from the estimable Dan Markovitz — he of the lean-management expertise — pointing to a post of his in the same vein: “The Obesity Epidemic, Part II”. Well worth reading. (Actually, just take that as a summary verdict for Dan’s blog in general.) […]

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