Ok, so slightly late but we finally caught up to the power of blogging. We never thought about using this medium before because we weren’t about to employ it as yet another marketing tool. However, after understanding the potential to use it to educate, express our views, test new and innovative ideas with you all and just have conversations with great people, we said, “Now why didn’t we ever do this before?”
With that said, we’re incredibly pleased to announce our blog. It is our avenue to share new research, old ideas that need to be said over and over, and maybe some general frustrations with continuous improvement that hopefully we all share. We will cover traditional topics on Lean and Lean Six Sigma and will focus on new and unique topics like Lean Office, Lean Software Development, Lean IT and general applicability of Lean and Lean Six Sigma thinking in every department from Sales to Finance to HR.
In the end, we, the principles and associates of VRDS, Inc., will share our thoughts, experiences and insights on how to transform organizations to be more agile, respond to market and environmental changes quicker and deliver the highest level of customer satisfaction.
Our bloggers have decades of industry experience and have seen, heard and battled much in our professional lives. Thorugh our experiences, we hope you will learn, grow and interact with us. Feel free to post examples and pictures on topics that resonate with you or challenge us respectfully on those issues you don’t agree with so we can dialog about them. Either way, we’d like to hear from you.
The next few posts will be on a 30+-part series on Office Wastes, a multi-part series on Office (dis)Organization, visual management in the Office and much more. And please, feel free to suggest topics you want to learn about or explore further.
You can follow VRDSinc on Twitter for tweets about new blogs, subscribe to the RSS feed or simply check back with us every 1 – 2 days for new posts. Any way you choose to follow, all we ask is that you don’t be a stranger.