show episodes
 
Mark Graban interviews leaders and innovators in the Lean thinking world. Topics will include Lean manufacturing, Lean healthcare, Lean production, Lean startups, and Lean enterprise. Visit the blog at www.leanblog.org. For feedback, email mark@leanblog.org. All past episodes, with show notes and more, can be found at www.leancast.org.
 
Mark Graban reads and expands upon selected posts from LeanBlog.org. Topics include Lean principles and leadership in healthcare, manufacturing, business, and the world around us. Learn more at http://www.leanblog.org/audio Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lean-blog-audio/support
 
Start each workday with digestible nuggets on the benefits of running a lean organization. We cover 5 topics in 5 days in about 5 minutes. 1. Leadership- Discover key concepts for successfully leading your organization during its lean transformation. 2. Culture/Intrapreneurship- Learn how to support your intrapreneurs, those who are driving change within your organization. 3. Lean Topics- Still catching on to lean principles and methodologies? We’ll help you with the basics and advanced topi ...
 
Building a business requires more than just ambition — you need a dedicated support team along the way. The Vermeer Podcast provides listeners from all industries with support on a variety of business-related topics. Listen for communication tips, retention and recruitment practices, leadership skills, crisis management strategies and much more.
 
Mission and Vision: The E6S-Methods podcast series is intended for the enthusiast or practitioner of quality, Lean, Six Sigma and other performance improvement tools. Its mission is to provide specific recommendations and different insights and approaches to some of the classic tools, as well as any new tools that may surface. Best practices, tips, and tricks will be shared as well as exploring multiple approaches to reach the same practical end. As this podcast grows in listener-ship, we wi ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
This week’s guest is Liam O’Malley. Liam shared his continuous improvement journey with us, specifically his experience with Lean Daily Management Systems. Liam explained the benefits and offered some great advice for those getting started. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you’ll learn: The quotes …
 
Many lean implementation efforts have failed for either of two reasons. 1. Individual tools are cherry-picked and implemented individually without understanding that lean tools function together as an integrated system. 2. Or, lean is viewed only as a technical set or tools and the role of people and their behavior is forgotten or neglected. In thi…
 
40 years with Toyota, founder and the first president of Toyota China. Show notes: https://www.leanblog.org.409 My guest for Episode #409 of the Lean Blog Interviews podcast is Ritsuo Shingo. I first met Mr. Shingo at the Shingo Institute Annual Conference in 2009 when my book Lean Hospitals received the publication prize that's named after his fat…
 
Dans ce webinaire, Michael Ballé et Catherine Chabiron s'intéressent à la façon lean de concevoir la fonction "Achats". Ils répondent à la question : quels sont les points de pivot que le lean apporte sur cette fonction ?Les webinaires consacrés au lean dans les fonctions sont accessibles ici : https://www.institut-lean-france.fr/le-lean-dans-les-f…
 
Author of new book, trainer, consultant My guest for Episode #408 of the Lean Blog Interviews podcast is Katie Labedz, the author of the new book How to Improve Absolutely Anything: Continuous Improvement in Your Home, Office and Family Life. Katie Labedz is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt with over 20 years of experience implementing continuous…
 
This week’s guest is Nik Kottha. Ron and Nik covered several important topics, including what Nik has learned from yoga, what excellence means to him, and where his passion comes from. Nik also stressed the importance of coaching. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you’ll learn: The quote that inspir…
 
Show notes: https://www.leanblog.org/407 My guest for Episode #407 is Joy Mason, a Strategist, Author, Speaker, and Entrepreneur based in Indianapolis. He is President and Senior Business Strategist at her company, Optimist Business Solutions, that she started after 18 years at Eli Lilly. She is the author of the book The Optimist Workbook: 5 Steps…
 
Le hoshin kanri est au programme de ce book club consacré au livre de Pascal Dennis "Déployez vos stratégies Lean" animé par Anne-Lise Seltzer et Catherine Chabiron. Retrouvez les éditions passées du book club sur cette même chaîne et inscrivez-vous aux prochaines ici : https://www.institut-lean-france.fr/book-club-du-jeudi-michael-balle-45mn/…
 
This week’s guest is Peter Christian. Ron and Peter talk all about why Lean & Six Sigma programs often fail. They also explain what you can do to prevent some of these pitfalls. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you’ll learn: The quote that inspires Peter (2:53) Peter’s background (3:32) Why continu…
 
Veterinarian & Entrepreneur, Ivan Zakharenkov, DVM My guest for Episode #406 is Dr. Ivan Zakharenkov, he's a doctor of veterinary medicine and he's Chief Executive Officer at the company Veterinary Integration Solutions. He goes by Dr. Zak for short and he's based in Brantford, Ontario, Canada. I'm joined, as my co-host, by Chip Ponsford, DVM — he …
 
The quick recommendations people make (like "start with 5S") assume too much about an organization. Even though 5S can be a good first tool to apply, many organizations would do well to do some ground work prior to picking up lean methodologies. This includes things like developing true teamwork, demonstrating a commitment to employee training and …
 
https://www.leanblog.org/audio313 tl;dr summary: Lean isn't just efficiency... it's safety, quality, delivery, cost, and morale. People often misunderstand that -- they don't know or they were taught the wrong things I often have the opportunity to teach a group of experienced healthcare professionals, from a wide range of disciplines, about Lean. …
 
This week’s guest is Lee Houghton. Lee shared one of the most personal, moving stories we’ve had on this podcast. This one will stay with you for quite a while. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you’ll learn: The quote that inspires Lee (3:26) Lee’s background (4:24) What Lee asked for from his best…
 
Despite the fact that 5S methodology has been around a long time, there remains much confusion over what 5S is and how it differs from variations like 3S and 6S. In this episode we explain what each one is, what they share in common, and how they differ from each other.Door Lean Smarts Podcast: Lean Manufacturing | Leadership
 
People, consultants, and books often say to start lean with 5S... but why? In this episode you'll discover five reasons why starting your lean journey with 5S is a smart and strategic move. "Becoming lean" is not so simple as the copy-and-paste of lean tools, but it is true that doing 5S well requires you to create a cultural dynamic in your organi…
 
While lean manufacturing unquestionably concerns itself with the elimination of waste, this waste is the greatest of all! You will find that it originates from one of the primary founders and influencers of the Toyota Production System (TPS)—from which lean manufacturing was first discovered and canonized. Some people call it the waste of people's …
 
CEO at DeondraWardelle.com, Co-host of "KataCon7" For show notes and discount codes for KataCon7 and for Deondra's workshop, go to http://leanblog.org/405 or scroll down. My guest for Episode #405 is Deondra Wardelle, CEO of her own company and one of the hosts of next week's virtual KataCon7 event. She is, among other things, a Visionary, Coach, S…
 
This week’s guest is David Larsen. Ron and David had a great discussion about continuous improvement in both manufacturing and in healthcare. David also shared an interesting case study he worked on to improve employee safety. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you’ll learn: The quote that inspires D…
 
Senior Director, Enterprise Continuous Improvement at Cleveland Clinic Show notes: https://www.leanblog.org/404 My guest for Episode #404 is Nate Hurle, a Senior Director of Enterprise Continuous Improvement at Cleveland Clinic. He was previously a guest on Episode 282. He was also recently a virtual keynote speaker for the Society for Health Syste…
 
https://www.leanblog.org/audio312 In this post, I'm going to share some reflections from one of my workplaces, some things that occurred last week. I'm going to be vague, so forgive me for that. It feels right to be less specific in this case, or at least that's the cautious (and maybe respectful) thing to do. When wearing one of my different "hats…
 
This week’s guest is Luciana Toda. Ron and Luciana discussed the concept of entropy and its role in a culture of continuous improvement. They also explored how sustainability factors in as far as creating real, lasting change. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you’ll learn: The quotes that inspire L…
 
Dans ce webinaire, Michael Ballé et Catherine Chabiron s'intéressent à la façon lean de concevoir la fonction "Manufacturing Engineering". Ils répondent à la question : quels sont les points de pivot que le lean apporte sur cette fonction ?Les webinaires consacrés au lean dans les fonctions sont accessibles ici : https://www.institut-lean-france.fr…
 
Show notes: https://leanblog.org/403 My guest for Episode #403 is Arnout Orelio, author of the book Lean Thinking for Emerging Healthcare Leaders: How to Develop Yourself and Implement Process Improvements. Arnout is from the Netherlands, but we have crossed paths a number of times when he and many of his Dutch colleagues have come to the U.S. for …
 
This week’s guest is Brandon Bartel. Ron and Brandon discussed setting intentions and the role intention plays. Brandon also shared his aspirations to incorporate more Toyota Kata into his lean journey. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you’ll learn: The quote that inspires Brandon (2:33) Brandon’s …
 
Founder & President, Jay Hodge & Associates Show notes: https://www.leanblog.org/402 My guest for Episode #402 is Jay Hodge, the founder and CEO of Jay Hodge & Associates. He has over 25 years of operational leadership experience in companies such as Toyota, General Motors, Caterpillar, and Tenet Healthcare. Jay is also the author of The Lean Treas…
 
http://www.leanblog.org/audio311 I'm not a Buffalo Bills fan (a.k.a. "The Bills Mafia"), but I did attend one game at what was then called Rich Stadium in 1998 when I was a grad school intern at Kodak. Even without being a fan, I wish I could have written a headline for this post that said "Buffalo Bills Kaizen Their Way to a Super Bowl." Readers o…
 
Michael Ballé et Anne-Lise Seltzer discutent du livre "Notes from Toyota-Land" écrit par Darius Mehri, un ingénieur parti travailler 3 ans au Japon chez un fournisseur de Toyota. Un récit passionnant sur le monde du travail au Japon et sur sa vision du TPS à l'aune de son quotidien. Découvrez les autres book clubs sur cette même chaîne et inscrivez…
 
This week’s guest is Adam Lawrence. Ron and Adam discussed Adam’s new book, “The Wheel of Sustainability,” including how and why he wrote it. Adam also shared some very moving stories that highlight the true power of lean. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you’ll learn: The quote that inspires Adam …
 
Loading …

Korte handleiding

Google login Twitter login Classic login