Interesting Links from the Past Week

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From time to time I tweet about interesting blog entries from a variety of sources. So I thought I’d experiment with a weekly (well, not every one) listing of those plus a few others. An example of a Lean/Kanban transformation from a non-software environment–How To Make a Snowboard: Lean Manufacturing at Burton Snowboards. The Rise of Lonely American Employees Undermines Productivity, from Michael Stallard. Organization vs. movement vs. philosophy, from Seth Godin. Building a Business Case for Customer Community, from The Dachis Group blog, Caroline Dangson. The Progressive CIO’s Model for Project Success, from Todd Cameron.

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