The Top 10 Original Target Online stories of 2017

<span>The beginning of the new year is a great time to take a moment to reflect on best practices and lessons learned in the previous year. The Target team is no exception in this area. We&rsquo;ve gathered our top ten stories of the year (based on clicks). Here are the results:<br>Taking notes isn&rsquo;t lean by Chery Jekiel (January)<br>Underperforming employees?...</span>

The beginning of the new year is a great time to take a moment to reflect on best practices and lessons learned in the previous year. The Target team is no exception in this area. We’ve gathered our top ten stories of the year (based on clicks). Here are the results:

  1. Taking notes isn’t lean by Chery Jekiel (January)
  2. Underperforming employees? Four people-centric ways to manage them up or manage them out by Anne Graham (May)
  3. Should "lean" be a department at your organization? by Becky Morgan (December)
  4. Innovation: 5 tough love questions to ask your team by Anne Graham (October)
  5. Three types of gemba visits by Greg Williams (April)
  6. The waste of blame Cheryl Jekiel (September)
  7. Practicing lean at home by Edward Gemin (February)
  8. Three measures of effective metrics by Becky Morgan (April)
  9. Humility at the gemba by Greg Williams (May)
  10. The only three times manufacturer should care about profit by Anne Graham (March)
  11. Honorable mention: Leaders have to lead by Drew Locher (November)

We thank all of our AME Authors and contributors for their work in 2017 and look forward to more insights in 2018. Please forward Target Online to anyone you think might want to receive industry news and insights. We look forward more sharing, learning and growing in 2018!

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