If you’ve been a listener of my LeanBlog Podcast series, you might know that I normally record conversations and then publish them into the podcast feed.
My guest is going to be Sam MacPherson and we’ll be talking about Lean leadership, including his lessons learned from his time as a Green Beret. Sam introduced me to the idea of Blab.im (along with Chris Burnham) and we did a discussion there about a month ago if you want to watch the recording.
Sam wrote up a bit of a preview of the discussion on LinkedIn. You can also find him on Twitter as @leanleaderway.
- Differences between Special Forces (The Green Berets) and the rest of the military
- Similarities between “The Green Beret Way” and The Toyota Way
- Command and Control vs. Leadership
- “Commander’s Intent”
- Misconceptions regarding military leadership and industry leadership Lean transformation – you current leadership style and skills wont cut it!
So, you can watch live today at Noon CT or you can listen to this when I get the audio in the podcast feed, as normal.
The Blab.im platform might be blocked by some workplaces. You can view without an account, but to ask questions, you need to connect a Twitter account to Blab.im. Learn more about the platform and how to use it.
Here’s today’s embedded player and recording:
Here is the YouTube version of the recording:
I hope you enjoy it!
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