What have you been learning or working on this month? I am in the midst of a four week period with no work travel, which
I’ve been traveling a lot the past few weeks for work-related events and client support, which has been great for my business and personal practice
I just got back from a 9-day trip to Japan and it was everything I hoped it would be from both a personal and professional perspective.
I am writing this blog post while I’m on what will be my last Shinkansen (bullet train) journey for awhile. In less than three weeks,
I’m finally back in Tokyo after a week of travel and site visits, followed by nearly two weeks in the United States and then a
It’s been a busy few weeks for me filled with great learning and travel! But all of this “doing” also means that I haven’t been
Upcoming Japan Lean 5S Study Trip: “Best of Ashikaga – Lean Management, Rural Winery, Japan’s First School and More!
Last year I learned of a town in rural Japan that considers itself the “5S Mecca” of the world because of the entire town’s adoption of Japanese
One of the delights about living in Japan is the level of efficiency and punctuality of their transportation services. This extends beyond just people transportation
Here is another installment in my series of posts about “Life in Japan”. Paper and coins rule in Japan One of the surprising things about moving
Earlier this week I went to Nagoya for a day trip to visit with my friend and Toyota mentor, Mr. Isao Yoshino, where we got
The past two weeks were full of many learning and connecting opportunities. I’ve had several meetings with interesting Japanese business people and thought leaders to discuss innovation,
I’ve been spending a lot of time traveling on the Shinkansen and other trains for gemba visits to Japanese organizations and with my family on