Archive for January, 2015


First 30

This week’s Issue | 26/01/2015 I remember back as a child when my father told me that as long as you can sell something greater than the material cost you have the potential to make some money.  This saying came rushing back to memory last year when an executive from one of our clients who reluctantly allowed us in his organization to work with his team stated after the workshop … “I thought I had a commercial issue”  … so


Idle | WIP |Buffers — Explanations

This week’s Issue | 19/01/2015 We continue in this week’s newsletter with explanations of regularly used terms in processes …  This week my father shared with me his definitions of; SUCCESS: At age 4 success is . . . . Not piddling in your pants. At age 12 success is . . . Having friends. At age 17 success is . . . Having a driver's license. At age 35 success is . . . Having money. At age 50 success is . . . Having money. At age



This week’s Issue | 12/01/2015 We decided to take some time to get caught up on chores this week which included Doctor’s appointments and annual tests.  So this found us at Credit Valley Hospital where Mariela needed to take a test.  Being a process weenie and enjoying being an observer I was in awe how the team in digital imaging processed patients.  There were harsh rules … take a number even if you have an appointment.  They have 5 registration



This week’s Issue | 05/01/2015 This year the Resident Love Goddess (originally from Colombia) and I decided to stay home to celebrate the arrival of 2015 with some good friends. With respect to Colombian we decided to honor many of the Colombian New Year traditions like; Twelve Grapes: It calls for eating twelve grapes as soon as the clock turns twelve. Each grape is considered to be figure of a month of the New Year. With each grape, one can make