In the middle of the 20th century, Toyota began implementing principles called Lean Methodology.
This system became commonplace in Japanese factories, helping that nation to so much of its success in the automotive, electronics and other industries.
Lean Methodology is all about keeping everything in a workplace trimmed and clean — setting aside and casting off anything unnecessary.
This streamlines processes, with efficiency leading to speed and higher productivity. Click Here to Read Article …
In the office, as in life, it’s easy to become so focused on one thing — your work and all the pleasures and frustrations that come with it — that you forget to focus on pretty much anything, or anyone, else.
But this is exactly what the most likable people do.
They transcend the chaos of the workplace.
They’re warm, interesting, funny and engaging.
If this doesn’t sound like you, take heart — and consider employing these five traits. Click Here to Read Article …