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Lean Leadership for Ops Managers is a podcast for leaders in Ops Management who’ve had some targeted success with Lean, but haven’t yet built the everybody-everywhere-everyday improvement culture they crave. In each episode, former Fortune 100 Ops Executive and Lean Enthusiast Jamie V. Parker will teach you how to engage your team, develop a Lean culture, and still get your day job done.
 
Welcome to Lean Agile Management Podcast – a podcast for business leaders and managers who want to take the mystery out of successful Lean Agile transformation. In every episode of the LAMP, we ask industry thought leaders and top-tier management consultants to shine the light on the toughest issues in management. Learn how experts boost work efficiency, create a culture of high performance, reduce stress in the workplace, and help to build businesses that thrive. Lean Agile Management Podca ...
 
Conversations with the Global Investment Team at Southeastern Asset Management, leaders in long-term, concentrated, engaged, value investing since 1975. Disclaimer: Current and future holdings are subject to risk and past performance is no guarantee of future results. This podcast was recorded from 2018 to 2021. Information presented herein is for discussion and illustrative purposes only and is not a recommendation or an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any securities. Securities identi ...
 
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What does it mean to be a leader? People often come in with their own understanding and assumptions, causing disconnect and an unaligned purpose across the organization. In today's episode, Dave Conner joins us to share the role of a leader and how they have developed people to lead with meaning. What You’ll Learn from this Episode Gaining purpose …
 
We all solve problems in our organizations every day. There are so many tools and resources available to help us through those processes, but do we as leaders focus more on the methodology or on our people when it comes to problem-solving? In today’s episode, Jamie Flinchbaugh, author of People Solve Problems, joins us to what organizations are doi…
 
What do you do when faced with a challenging learning experience that is, well, challenging? How do you respond when you are trying to grasp a concept that is beyond your learning threshold? In today's episode, Jamie discusses the lessons she learned in her Kata Girl Geek Learning Group when striving toward but did not achieve the Next Target Condi…
 
What do you mean when you say the word coaching? Do you think of an iconic sports coach yelling plays from the sideline or giving an inspirational speech in the locker room? As leaders, we coach our team members to help them learn and grow, but I’ve discovered that coaching is used incorrectly in many instances. In today’s episode, we are diving in…
 
What would happen if the doors to your organization had to close tomorrow? Most everyone experienced this at some point during the pandemic, but what would you do if you lost 80 percent of your business overnight? In today's episode, Scott Post discusses the challenges of leading a buffet restaurant enterprise during a pandemic and their steps to b…
 
How would your organization perform if you were no longer there? Most people only stay in one position for two to five years before moving on, so how do you start preparing for that transition? In today’s episode, Marc Braun joins us to discuss the steps he has made as he transitions out of his position of President at Cambridge Air Solutions and h…
 
Is leadership development part of your strategy for business growth? If your business is growing or if you want to grow, it is important to consider how you're developing your leaders. In today's episode, Kristin Ogo joins us to discuss how Kenmore Envelope Company focused on leadership expansion and how they continue to develop their leaders as th…
 
As Ops Leaders, how do you collaborate with internal business partners to better know your customers? Operations Managers are uniquely positioned to understand what is important to the customer and what they value. In today’s episode, Javan Lapp joins us to discuss how Key-Link Fencing and Railing has kept a customer-focused mindset through their i…
 
How does your organization respond when a crisis occurs? Many times, the focus shifts to production lines and getting done "what we can," shoving innovation and improvement to the side. In today's episode, Gary Peterson joins us to discuss how they have used improvement thinking as a strategic advantage and have woven those strategies into the foun…
 
Ross and Tony start by discussing Tony’s background, having grown up in the real estate industry, how he forged his own path and how that lead him to ESRT. Tony describes ESRT’s unusual IPO process and discusses how having a separate family office helps him as a real estate operator. Next, they discuss the iconic nature of the Empire State Building…
 
Our podcast is now one year old! And I’m featuring a special edition anniversary episode time for all of you. But first, let me extend my sincere gratitude for being along with me on this ride over the last year. Thank you for tuning in, for taking action, for providing feedback or reviews and ratings, and for sharing the episode every single Wedne…
 
Grasp the Current Condition. It sounds easy enough. Turns out, there are some nuances that can make a big difference in how effectively the step aids you in your improvement kata practice. Explore four key lessons I discovered when in the role of learner in my Kata Girl Geek Learning Group experience. What You’ll Learn from this Episode The starter…
 
Do you remember a time when you were learning something new? What about a time when you had to retrain your brain because you were learning new ways of problem-solving or new ways of thinking? Think back to that experience. How did you respond? In today’s episode, Jamie shares her experience as she faces a challenging learning experience in her Kat…
 
How do we create a culture of improvement? I’m not just talking about adding another continuous improvement tool that managers check off the list, but how do we create an environment where the team members want to achieve the same goals as leaders and know they are contributing? In last week’s episode, we talked about the right side of the model wi…
 
Wouldn’t it be great if we were able to inspire a team to be engaged and aligned? Imagine if everyone in your organization shared the same vision, had the same values, and actively participated as a result. How would this impact your culture, creativity, problem-solving, execution, and value creation? Throughout the last few episodes, we’ve been di…
 
When team members leave their roles, what happens to all the institutional knowledge they have in their heads? How much of a disruption is it when people move positions, retire, or go on extended absences? Dr. Cynthia J. Young shares how everyone in the organization can use knowledge management to make these situations better. What You’ll Learn fro…
 
It’s one thing to “keep” team members. It’s another to keep them while they’re also fully engaged and contributing their best. Creating a workplace culture that helps people thrive is the answer to the current challenge: how do we compete in the employment market. Back in Episode 049 we talked about a model that makes organizations “best places to …
 
Moim gościem w cyklu spotkań „Lean Management Po Polsku” jest Piotr Bednarczyk, psychoterapeuta, trener, założyciel Instytutu Rozwoju Potencjału. W dzisiejszym odcinku pytam Piotra, jakie korzyści przynosi nam psychoterapia w biznesie, bo przecież firmy tworzą ludzie, którzy wnoszą do organizacji siebie i wszystko to, co im towarzyszy: kompetencje,…
 
“How do we build an organization where people want to work & tell others how great it is?” Organizations are struggling to fill open positions, and with more virtual job options available, people are no longer just looking to work at companies in their local areas. So executives are asking this question as they try to tackle the “labor shortage.” W…
 
What needs to happen to transition from event-based lean to an improvement culture? One required step is engaging the frontline, but that brings challenges as fear or resistance may show up. Aaron Davidson, Corporate Director of Employee and Guest Experience at Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment, shares how he engages the frontline and the role lean …
 
“Do things, learn, reflect, adapt, change on the premise that (hopefully) we will go faster each time we do that because we are addressing the fundamental process issues.” Keith Howells, Project4 Learning LabIn this episode of our Lean Agile Management Podcast, we discuss how Lean/Agile principles can be applied to the knowledge work domain. Our gu…
 
“If you had a magic wand, what is the first thing that you would fix in an organization you’re coaching?” Chris Burnham asked me this question when I recorded a guest spot on his Lean Leadership podcast. My answer was simple. “If I could wave a magic wand, I would instantly develop the capabilities and the habits of all the leaders in the plant to …
 
Have you ever left a conversation and thought “Whoa - that was blown out of proportion”? Or “Whoa - that escalated quickly”? Knowing the levels of conflict is essential since misstepping will only make things worse. But what are the levels of conflict? How can you use The Conflict Ladder to more effectively lead through conflict? In this episode, I…
 
You can’t have a lean culture without conflict, but so many organizations and leaders are NOT comfortable with conflict. Here’s the question: “What would be the impact to your organization if you could have less destructive conflict and more productive conflict?” What You’ll Learn from this Episode Two types of workplace conflict, and how they diff…
 
“Kanban scales in a way that does not require bureaucracy and brings coherence to all the actions in the company, because it is clear how decisions are made at all levels. “ Teodora BozhevaIn this episode of the LAMP, we are talking about project, program, and portfolio management with Kanban with Teodora Bozheva. Teodora is an experienced Kanban c…
 
How would you define innovation? What enables a culture of innovation? How do lean and innovation fit together (or not)? Erlin Kakkanad and Bella Englebach share their insights about innovation and frugality, the intersection of Lean and innovation, and examples of real case studies. What You’ll Learn from this Episode Perspectives on the intersect…
 
It’s one thing to become aware of thoughts that aren’t serving you. But how do you actually change them? How do you choose thoughts that will yield better results? And what’s the relevance in Lean Leadership? While this is relevant for everyone… it’s particularly on point for the CI practitioners, Lean Coaches, Problem Solving Mentors, and Kata Coa…
 
Moim gościem w cyklu spotkań „Lean Management Po Polsku” jest Przemysław Ozga, redaktor naczelny magazynu "Production manager", który, jak sam twierdzi podczas wielu lat wydawania czasopisma przeczytał ponad 1000 artykułów dotyczących Przemysłu 4.0. W dzisiejszym odcinku pytam Przemka, czym jest Przemysł 4.0 dla polskiej gospodarki, oraz czy możemy…
 
So often leaders want to learn how to “fix other people.” To get them to do the work, to get on board, to be better. But true leadership starts with our own self awareness and self management. You are probably keenly aware of your results. But what about your feelings? Or your underlying, automatic thoughts? Join me as I dig into coaching technique…
 
As I sat at the restaurant alone, fuming, I worked up an elaborate story in my mind of why he was late. The truth is that we all create stories in our heads. These stories then fuel our words and actions, including in the workplace. And when we’re talking about changing the way people think and work, that could lead to workplace drama. What You’ll …
 
Have you ever been in a meeting and thought that everyone was on the same page for action steps, but you go into the next week’s meeting and the tasks still aren’t done. Susan Reinhardt joins us today to discuss how the concepts of Reliable Promising or Conversation for Action that she uses in Lean Construction may help you. In fact, you might hear…
 
Coaching is such a critical skill and behavior for leaders, so I'm thrilled to join the lineup for Lean Frontier’s Virtual 2021 Lean Coaching Summit. But coaching isn't one dimensional. In fact, Jim Huntzinger, Founder and President of Lean Frontiers, shares different perspectives, angles and applications of Lean coaching and how conversations with…
 
話したこと 記事「【翻訳】 図解 プロダクトづくりの構造」をどう活用できるか話しました。 感想やお便りを、ぜひ #omoiyarifm までお願いします! 【翻訳】 図解 プロダクトづくりの構造 - ykmc09 blog 【翻訳】プロダクトマネジメントトライアングル - ninjinkun’s diary 形の合成に関するノート/都市はツリーではない - クリストファー・アレグザンダーDoor ykmc09, miuranobuak
 
How does fact finding and problem solving work when folks on your team are stressed or frustrated or angry? When you and a team member see the same situation from different perspectives? When you're having performance problems that are turning into conflicts between people? Today, Arnout Orelio joins us from the Netherlands to share how he helps em…
 
In this episode, Southeastern's Vice-Chairman Staley Cates interviews highly respected peer and long-term friend of the firm, Jonathon Jacobson, Founder of HighSage Ventures and former CIO and Co-Founder of Highfields Capital. Staley and Jonathon have a wide-ranging discussion, covering the past, present and future of the industry. They begin with …
 
Kolejnym moim gościem w cyklu spotkań „Lean Management Po Polsku” jest Beata Lipska, która wspiera firmy w zbudowaniu skutecznego procesu sprzedaży. W dzisiejszym odcinku pytam Beatę, skąd sprzedaż ma wiedzieć co i ile powinna wyprodukować produkcja i jak sprawić, by współpraca produkcji ze sprzedażą układała się pomyślnie. Rozmawiamy także o dobre…
 
Back in the day, I was making good money, but I still didn’t have any. Honestly, I couldn’t explain where the money went. And it didn’t make sense. After a virtual hunt for a digital system that will help me in managing my finances, I finally found the right one that perfectly works for me. Join me as I discuss the best budget system, why I've been…
 
話したこと 記事「【翻訳】 図解 プロダクトづくりの構造」の内容を声で解説しました。(ぜひブログ記事の画像をご覧になりながらお聞きください) 感想やお便りを、ぜひ #omoiyarifm までお願いします! 【翻訳】 図解 プロダクトづくりの構造 - ykmc09 blog 【翻訳】プロダクトマネジメントトライアングル - ninjinkun’s diaryDoor ykmc09, miuranobuak
 
How do you choose a leader standard work template or tool based on your specific needs? Robert Olinger and Steve Kane share the challenges they were facing and how they selected the leader standard work tool to meet and address those challenges. We’ve already had a few episodes that tackle this topic. Back in Episode 29, we had the opportunity to t…
 
What leader standard work tool is the best? There’s not one! The leader standard work tool you should use is the method that works for your circumstances. Kara Cuzzetto shares what made her template the best for her to build transparency and accountability. Jamie Parker shares the pros and potential pitfalls of a Kamishibai card leader standard wor…
 
Let’s be real. Leadership and management can be hard. And if you’re not careful, it can become lonely, too. That’s why building your squad is an activity worth investing time and energy. What You’ll Learn from this Episode The power of a peer group or squad to help you improve Why sometimes you need to be open to things you don’t think you need Who…
 
Moim gościem w cyklu spotkań „Lean Management Po Polsku” jest Jarosław Guc, który wraz ze swoimi klientami buduje organizacje oparte na wartościach. W dzisiejszym odcinku pytam Jarka, jak zarządzanie oparte na wartościach pomaga budować dobrą firmę oraz dlaczego ważne jest, by pracownicy byli szczęśliwi w firmie, w której pracują. Rozmawiamy także …
 
As operations executives and managers, we cannot sit on the sidelines when it comes to systemic racism. We need to lead boldly. Deondra Wardelle talks us through diversity, equity, and inclusion, the intersection between DEI and Lean continuous improvement, and specific steps ops leaders can take to foster a more inclusive environment. What You’ll …
 
How do you develop a people-centric culture, while also sustaining your improvement efforts and growing the business? Matthew Nix shares how he successfully developed a close-knit culture among his team members while also driving significant revenue growth. You’ll discover how he sees culture not just as a nice-to-have, but as a lifeline for the in…
 
Are you a fan of one-on-ones? Most managers aren’t. But that’s because most managers haven’t had great one-on-ones modeled for them. If you want to lead through relationships, then valuable one-on-ones are a key activity to master. What You’ll Learn from this Episode Why doing one-on-ones is one of the most critical leadership routines for managers…
 
Moim gościem w cyklu spotkań "Lean Management Po Polsku" jest Marek Wzorek, autor książki „Od hierarchii do turkusu”. W tym odcinku rozmawiamy o modelu zarządzania turkusowego, który, chociaż jest bardzo pożądany w nowoczesnych organizacjach, często jest trudny do osiągnięcia. Marek podpowie, co zrobić, by rzeczywiście dążyć do stworzenia turkusowe…
 
話したこと コロナ禍での働き方など、雑な話をしました。 感想やお便りを、ぜひ #omoiyarifm までお願いします! Anker Nebula Capsule II Anker Nebula Cosmos 4K Virtual Forest Walk - YouTube Jungle Rain Storm - YouTube Atmoph Window Atmoph Window クーポン 2020 年に買ってよかったもの - ykmc09 blog SESAME 3 – CANDY HOUSE JAPAN 「モンストのせいで彼氏と別れました」→ 運営からの回答が“神対応”と反響 思いやりに満ちた言葉に「強く生きようと思う」と前向きに - ねとらぼ 行動を測定できる首輪をつけた 24 歳…
 
Employee engagement is an input to performance results. The relationship between a leader and employee is what drives engagement. So why do so many leaders fail to have engaging conversations? How can one-on-ones help close that gap? The engagement conversation continues with Dorsey Sherman. What You’ll Learn from this Episode The stats on employee…
 
Employee Engagement. It’s the thing we all want. We know it leads to better results. We know it means that we have a better work environment. But what really drives engagement? Dorsey Sherman joins us to answer that question and share how you can impact engagement across your team. What You’ll Learn from this Episode The biggest drivers of employee…
 
We were really proud of the leader standard work “program” we collectively built. And then . . . it completely flopped. Hear this real-life practical example of how NOT to implement leader standard work. The best part is, the mistakes I’m sharing today were made by yours truly. If you haven’t listened to episode 29 with Mike Wroblewski yet, be sure…
 
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