The KISS principle states that most things work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated, therefore simplicity should be a key goal and unnecessary complexity should be avoided.
Success in continuous improvement comes from creating a culture of inquiry and trust.
The more understood and accepted the process, the better the stronger that partnership becomes.
A society of specialists hinders continuous improvement and promotes silo thinking.
A society of learners will master anything it needs to the level needed when it is needed, as opposed to people who go to the keepers of the tools when they have a problem.
Learners know that it does not matter whether someone is counting pennies or doing calculus, by applying the KISS formula (KEEP IT SUPER SIMPLE) it will help.
Have a Great Saturday!
(Kiss) Keep It Super Simple
by Brett Hudson on August 29, 2015