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Economic crisis!
■ Due to the recent economic crisis, it has become
apparent that our current system of numbers is no
longer working.
■ To address this crisis, a new set of symbols has been
created to replace the current numbers 1 – 10.
■ It is imperative that we learn these new symbols as
quickly as possible.
■ Our world as we know it, depends on each of us to
do our best!

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Discussion
■ How many people got all 10 symbols correct?
■ 9?
■ 8?
■ 7?
■ 6?
■ 5 and below?
■ Were you distracted by the countdown on the left?
■ Are there ever distractions when we are trying to learn?

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Discussion continued
■ Which symbols do most people get right?
➢ 1 – due to repetition
➢ 10 – Its different and it represents the Roman numeral “10”

➢ 5 – Its different

➢ 7 – Its similar to the number 7

■ Most people look for a pattern and have difficulty


finding it in a short amount of time.
■ We are looking at the pieces rather than the whole.
■ This is sometimes referred to as “Silo Thinking”

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Now, for you linear thinkers…


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Let’s think lean!


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Is this radical The outline around each number


represents the new symbol!
Systems View
thinking?
No, everyone
is familiar with 1 2 3 Lean thinking is
all about
this. learning to see

So it must be
4 5 6 how things are
connected
Common within an
Sense! overall system.
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you thought
of this?
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An organizational
Window of Opportunity
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The spider must weave PEOPLE Organizations must


its web within its S create systems that are
E Nourishment or Nuisance?
window of opportunity aligned to capture and
R
to capture and hold V 1 2 3 hold onto customers.
onto its nourishment. I P Where pieces of the
If there is a break in its C R entire system are not
web, the spider must E How do you view your O aligned, organizations
act quickly to close the S
/ 4 customers?
5 6
C
E
lose their competitive
gap, or it goes hungry. edge. Higher costs
P S
If its web doesn’t cover due to lower quality
the entire opening,
R
O
Is your organization S
and productivity create
E
potential nourishment D aligned with your S opportunities for
will continue to fly U 7 8 9 customers to want to
through its window of C thinking? look elsewhere.
opportunity. T
S PERFORMANCE
All organizations operate within a generic framework
consisting of Products or services offered, People who do the
work, Processes that facilitate the work and Performance
metrics that measure success. How organizations operate
within this framework determines their success.
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Are you humble enough to involve your entire


organization in creating the change you desire?
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Charlotte and Wilbur were!


“Charlotte’s Web”,
Written By E.B. White
Published in 1952 by
Harper Collins.
Illustrated by Garth Williams

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte's_Web

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