“Always-On” Helping Your Humanity?
Let me connect a collection of thoughts about Catholic, Lean, workplace violence, faith, respect for all people, economics, and the triple “P” I call it “Lean respects all humans@work”. It is related to this Wall Street Journal Article about “always on”. https://www.donwatza.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/How-to-Disconnect-From-‘Always-On’-Work-Culture-WSJ.pdf
This is a great article and ever so true about the differences between Americans and Europeans. A Belgium customer said to me, “Americans live to work and Europeans work to live,” this has stuck with me. Continue reading “Lean Respects all Humans@Work”
I found this funny, .
Laughing is healthy and this made me laugh today. The laugh you get is worth the word he chooses to laugh at.
ISMO, “I Didn’t Know Shit.”
Things that are true are right in front of us, and the truth is something we should admit or see more often. I wonder if we could use humor to see the truth in our broken health system.
Article on the “Benefits of laughing”.
Physical health benefits of laughter
Boosts immunity, lowers stress, decreases pain, relaxes muscles, prevents heart disease.
Mental health benefits of laughter
adds joy, eases anxiety, improves mood, strengthens resilience.
Social benefits of laughter
Strengthens relationships, attracts others to us, enhances teamwork, helps defuse conflict, promotes group bonding.
Where can we find humor about what we pay for in our healthcare system?
Youtube link: https://youtu.be/QPTYc3L-ohg
How do you balance listening to employees needs and making time for all the other things to do as a manager?
LEAN says, go to the shop floor employee, go to the office worker, ask any employee about what exactly is going on, listen, understand, then ask them,
“What do you need right now, to do your job serving the customer?”
Catholic says, subsidiarity is a very Catholic notion, it says, the person closest to the work is the person who should influence change the most. That sounds pretty much like LEAN, don’t you think?
Continue reading “LEAN Is Catholic”
Your life is a gift.
When’s the last time you asked yourself why am I here? When you ask why am I here what is the conversation you have with yourself, how do you answer back? Do you hear the voices of parents, grandparents, friends who have helped shape your thinking? Maybe you think of books you’ve read or teachers or Youtube or TV. How do you think about this? Does your intellect process this question?
If I write this post correctly I hope there’s a laugh at the end, maybe not LOL, but a quiet, introspective laugh at God’s humor. Continue reading “Intellect Is A Gift”