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    Designing the Future: A WLEI Podcast with Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe and COO Jim Morgan

    Designing the Future: A WLEI Podcast with Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe and COO Jim Morgan

    If you do not yet know the company Rivian you will undoubtedly know it very soon.In 2019 Rivian made waves in the auto industry by announcing two “electricadventure vehicles”, the R1T – an electric pickup truck - and the R1S - an electricSUV. Both vehicles are expected to launch in the United States later thisyear and globally in 2021. Rivian is also developing a fleet of electric deliveryvans to fulfill a 100,000-unit order placed by Amazon. In the last twelvemonths the electric vehicle company has raised 3 billion dollars.Listen in to hear how R.J. and Jim are bringing this vision to life.Reference links:
    Podcast teaser video
    Rivian.com
    Episode One: The Climb | Adventurous Forever | Rivian
    Elon Musk’s New Nemesis: Rivian Founder R.J. Scaringe Has a $3 Billion War Chest And Tesla In His Headlights

    • 1h 3 min
    What’s the Problem: Andrew Lingel Discusses Transforming a Family Business through Knowledge, Grit, and Outrage

    What’s the Problem: Andrew Lingel Discusses Transforming a Family Business through Knowledge, Grit, and Outrage

    Andrew Lingel, President of United Plastic Fabricating, discusses leading lean transformation of a family business through knowledge, grit, and outrage.

    • 41 min
    On the Job with Ron Kelner, President and COO of the Deublin Company

    On the Job with Ron Kelner, President and COO of the Deublin Company

    Ron describes the Deublin Company's business system built with lean thinking that puts human development at the center







     

    • 51 min
    Coachable: A Model Story, Coaching Work Improvement

    Coachable: A Model Story, Coaching Work Improvement

    January 27, 2020
    Featuring: Deborah McGee and Bryant Sanders
    As this series continues to explore the implications and dynamic of “coaching” in a business environment, Bryant Sanders models the mindset and techniques for coaching work improvement to develop people. Bryant draws on 26 years Toyota experience to facilitate his coaching techniques with a team in the field leading to a dramatic improvement in the work. He walks us through the story from deciding where to focus, to earning the team’s trust, facilitating reflection solidifying the what and the why and then leveraging one another’s strengths to upskill the team and eliminate difficulty and waste in the work. An excellent study in masterful coaching on the floor where the work happens.
    We invite your thoughts and experiences about coaching and being coached: email your stories! pod@lean.org
    Related Articles/ content:
    ·       The Hard Work of Making Hard Work Easier (article)
    ·       Job Breakdown Sheet (pdf)
    ·       Making Hard Work Easier (article)

    • 44 min
    CEO Transition – an obstacle or an opportunity?

    CEO Transition – an obstacle or an opportunity?

    Too often, a change in executive leadership can bring a lean transformation to a grinding halt.  But that has not been the case at Lynn Community Health Center (LCHC).
     
    Within two years of the start of their lean journey, LCHC CEO Lori Abrams Berry announced her intention to retire. The immediate reaction from the LCHC community was concern that her departure would impact the progress made on advancing lean thinking and practice with improved outcomes and engagement of its team members. Instead, the impending CEO transition was embraced as a challenge, a gap to tackle.  Learn how LCHC approached this executive leadership transition to ensure the continuity of their lean transformation. 
    John Shook’s favorite conference keynote of all time
    Using lean thinking to improve hypertension in a community health centre
    Ep. 9 Leadership, Building Consensus, and Embracing Culture with Dr. Kiame Mahaniah and John Shook
    Lean Summit 2020
    Surviving CEO Change, Evolving Through Culture and Being a Humble Leader
    Lean Coaching Summit

    • 30 min
    My Personal Turning Point: Reflecting on a Decade as a Lean Coach

    My Personal Turning Point: Reflecting on a Decade as a Lean Coach

    Josh Howell shares his decade-end reflections, focusing on why he left Starbucks in 2013. His reasons may surprise you. He also interrogates the question, “If a company discontinues a formal lean initiative, or lean program, or lean team, does that mean its lean implementation has failed?” 

    • 27 min

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