Ep 120 Communication as a Lean Process with Geoff Weinstein
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by LeanForHumans
6d ago
How much time are you spending every day on communication? How effective and efficient is your communication? We live in a swirl of communication – email, instant messages, text messages, and social media posts. And sometimes we even talk to each other! Geoff Weinstein says communication is a real “Edges of the Lean” frontier – one of the places where we can all leverage lean thinking to reduce waste and improve our lives. He joined me at The Edges of Lean to discuss lean communication – and by the way, he has gifts for you that you can download at http://geoffweinstein.com/gifts    ..read more
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Ep 119 Continuously Improving Trust on Your Team with George Dom
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by LeanForHumans
3w ago
As lean leaders, we understand that trust is a key component of an effective and efficient culture. George Dom spent years in high-performance environments where trust was not just a nice to have, but it was necessary to assure that the entire team succeeded – and survived! He has joined me at the Edges of Lean to share his insights into developing trust in every environment by being a high-trust leader. George Dom George Dom, founder of the High-Trust Leadership Network, is a former naval officer and aviator with extensive leadership experience. He has served in key positions in high-performa ..read more
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Ep 118 Iterating Your Way to Great Leadership with Brian Walch
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by LeanForHumans
1M ago
Iteration is the key to lean thinking and especially to lean design and lean product development.  Brian Walch uses iteration to develop individual contributors into managers and managers into leaders. He joined me at the Edges of Lean to share his approach and how he has developed it independently of the Lean community.   Brian Walch   Brian Walch is a coach, consultant, and personal and professional development speaker. He started Shiftfocus Coaching and Consulting company to support managers and address the need for more great managers in the world. Brian has developed the In ..read more
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Ep 117Continuously Improving Leadership with DEI with Kevin Wayne Johnson
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by LeanForHumans
1M ago
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are words that have become politically charged. Kevin Wayne Johnson is a student of leadership and a leadership coach.  He believes that DEI is a core component of great leadership and that all organizations benefit from leaders who value diversity, understand equity, and practice inclusion.  To me, what he says resonates with the core principles of lean leadership. He joined me at the Edges of Lean to share his experience and his insights with us.      Kevin Wayne Johnson   Kevin Wayne Johnson, Founder and CEO of The Johnson ..read more
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Ep 115 Learning from Mistakes with Mark Graban
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by LeanForHumans
2M ago
  I wish I was perfect! Wouldn’t it be great to simply not make any mistakes? In the practice of Lean, we try to mistake-proof our processes and build on our previous learnings to prevent mistakes. And yet, we know that we learn so much from mistakes, and Mark Graban has been exploring with different people how they have benefited from their mistakes. He joined me at the Edges of Lean to share his insight on what he has learned from those conversations and his new book, "The Mistakes that Make Us."   Mark Graban       Mark Graban is an internationally recognized c ..read more
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Ep 114 Design for Six Sigma with Kris Stokes
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by LeanForHumans
3M ago
When I say there are many different flavors and styles of continuous improvement, Design for Six Sigma is the style and flavor variation I am thinking of. Product development is hard to achieve. It is also expensive as almost every company has a graveyard of product development failures. Kris Stokes teaches organizations and people the principles of Design for Six Sigma, and he says that product development success takes rethinking many of our assumptions about what we know, how we know it, and most importantly, identifying our hidden assumptions. He joined me at the Edges of  Lean to sha ..read more
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Ep 113 THe Qualities of Lean Leader with Kathy Hadizadeh
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by LeanForHumans
3M ago
Here at the Edges of Lean, we've had a lot of conversations about leadership, with leaders who are practicing Lean and with leaders who are not Lean practitioners but are acknowledged as great leaders.  There have been so many incredible insights and tips to learn from.  However, I believe lean leadership differs from other types of leadership. Kathy Hadizadeh says that lean leaders need to bring their humanity to work with their teams, and she joined me at the Edges of Lean to share her insights.     Kathy Hadizadeh      Kathy Hadizadeh founded Heart Mi ..read more
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Ep 111 Drawing Your Way to Continuous Improvement with Ashton Rodenhiser
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by LeanForHumans
4M ago
  As a lean leader, I have facilitated countless meetings and events. Truth be told, I am a messy and disorganized note-taker with dreadful handwriting! So, I have significant respect for the people who can record the work and results of a meeting in graphic form. Ashton Rodenhiser is an experienced graphic communicator, and she joined me at the Edges of Lean to share her story and give us some ideas about bringing more images into how we capture meetings.  Ashton Rodenhiser   Ashton Rodenhiser is a passionate creative entrepreneur advocating for drawing as a thinking tool acces ..read more
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Ep 109 Continuous Improvement and Your Core Values with Andrea Johnson
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by LeanForHumans
5M ago
  Do you know what your core values are? Have they changed during your life as you grew, gained experience, and broadened your perspectives? Some people are very clear about their core values, while others are not or wonder if they need re-examining. Johnson's work centers on supporting people, especially women, as they define and align with their core values. She joined me at The Edges of Lean to share her insights.   Andrea Johnson     Andrea Johnson is a coach and mentor who empowers executives and founders to lead authentically and confidently. She makes a positive impa ..read more
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Ep 108 Rapid Growth and the Power of Lean with Catherine Chabiron
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by LeanForHumans
5M ago
Catherine Chabiron is an expert in lean management and an author. She recently wrote a book called Learning to Scale at the Theodo Group, which describes how a company faced with dramatic growth used lean thinking to avoid what Catherine calls Big Company Disease. She joined me at the Edges of Lean to discuss what she learned when she went to the Gemba with this company and its founders.   Catherine Chabiron      Catherine is an accomplished Lean executive coach in France and plays a significant role in leading the Lean Service community at Institut Lean France. She is also ..read more
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