New episodes released every Thursday focused on Lean Thinking, Toyota Kata, Leadership, & Productivity. All episodes available at GembaPodcast.com.
GA 354 | Avoiding the Continuous Appearance Trap with Patrick Adams
This week's guest is Patrick Adams. Patrick recently released a new book all about the concept of "continuous appearance." He explained what it can mean for your organization and its culture, and how it can be prevented.
GA 353 | Creating the Jeep with Paul Bruno
This week's guest is Paul Bruno. Paul doesn't have a traditional lean background, but the fascinating research he shared on the story behind the creation of the Jeep is full of lean parallels and lessons.
GA 352 | Defining, Executing, and Aligning Winning with Billy Taylor
This week we're sharing the audio of our recent Billy Taylor livestream. Billy is a lean powerhouse and his presentation is packed with practical and profound wisdom. If you're looking for some New Year's inspiration, this episode is for you.
GA 351 | The Biggest Truth and Lie in Life with Lili Boyanova
This week's guest is Lili Boyanova. Lili shared some of what she's learned about lean so far and her vision for the future. Lili also asked Ron some pretty profound questions about life and lean.
GA 350 | Emphasizing the Process with Cristian Goyzueta
This week's guest is Cristian Goyzueta. Cristian is relatively new to continuous improvement but had a wealth of knowledge to share. Cristian and Ron covered quite a few different topics, ranging from ISO to visual management and more.
GA 349 | Lean and Sports with Richard Henderson
This week's guest is Richard Henderson. Richard has applied lean in various settings, and he shared some of what he's learned over the years. Richard also plays and coaches soccer, and he and Ron discussed how lean relates to sports.
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