Podcast

Podcast #222 – Erin S. DuPree, M.D., FACOG, Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare

Podcast #222 – Erin S. DuPree, M.D., FACOG, Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare

Joining me for episode #222 of the podcast is Erin S. DuPree, M.D., FACOG, the Chief Medical Officer and Vice President for the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare. Dr. DuPree is an OB/GYN by training, was previously the Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs at The Mount Sinai Medical Center in […]

Podcast #221 – @JacobStoller, “The #Lean CEO”

Podcast #221 – @JacobStoller, “The #Lean CEO”

MP3 File (run time 38:22) My guest for episode #221 is Jacob Stoller, author of a book that was just released: The Lean CEO: Leading the Way to World-Class Excellence. It’s available now through Amazon or you can learn more through his book’s website. As Jacob explains, he’s a journalist, not a Lean practitioner, and he interviewed […]

Podcast #220 – Dr. Bob Wachter, Lean & The Digital Doctor

Podcast #220 – Dr. Bob Wachter, Lean & The Digital Doctor

MP3 File (run time 46:32) My guest for episode #220 is somebody I’ve wanted to interview for a long time, Dr. Robert Wachter, one of the leading voices in the modern patient safety movement. He’s most recently author of a brand-new book The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype, and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine’s Computer […]

Podcast #219 – Tristan Kromer (@TriKro), #LeanStartup Coaching

Podcast #219 – Tristan Kromer (@TriKro), #LeanStartup Coaching

MP3 File (run time 41:30) Joining me for episode #219 is Tristan Kromer, a professional “Lean Startup” coach who works with startups around the world and volunteers for the non-profit Lean Startup Circle. In this episode, we discuss topics including how he got involved in the Lean Startup movement, the difference between a coach and […]

Podcast #218 – Karen Kiel-Rosser, Baldrige & Mary Greeley Medical Center

Podcast #218 – Karen Kiel-Rosser, Baldrige & Mary Greeley Medical Center

MP3 File (run time 33:49) My guest for episode #218 is Karen Kiel-Rosser, Vice President/Quality Improvement Officer at Mary Greeley Medical Center in Iowa. You can see her full bio below in this post. You might remember Karen from a recent post where she told a great story about putting patient safety first. We’re talking today […]

Podcast #217 – Alan Robinson, The Idea-Driven Organization

Podcast #217 – Alan Robinson, The Idea-Driven Organization

MP3 File (run time 38:53) Our guest today is Alan G. Robinson, PhD, an award-winning author, educator, researcher and consultant. He has co-authored six books, including Modern Approaches to Manufacturing Improvement: The Shingo System, Ideas Are Free, and his latest, The Idea-Driven Organization. His specialties include managing continuous improvement, creativity, ideas and innovation, and Lean production, being […]

Podcast #216 – Dan Jones, Lean Outside of Manufacturing

Podcast #216 – Dan Jones, Lean Outside of Manufacturing

MP3 File (run time 45:11) Returning to the podcast after his first appearance in Episode #188 is Daniel T. Jones, founder and chairman of the UK-based Lean Enterprise Academy. You can find him on Twitter now as @DanielJonesLean. Dan collaborated with Jim Womack on the books The Machine That Changed the World, Lean Thinking, and Lean Solutions and […]

By February 20, 2015 2 Comments Read More →
Podcast #215 – John Ervin, Lean & Patient Safety in the Operating Room

Podcast #215 – John Ervin, Lean & Patient Safety in the Operating Room

MP3 File (run time 46:37) Today’s guest is my friend John Ervin and we were able to sit down together here in San Antonio to record this episode. John has about 20 years of healthcare leadership experience, including military medicine and the civilian sector. He’s been a manager and director of operating rooms in many types […]

By February 12, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Podcast #214: Michael Ballé, Lead With Respect

Podcast #214: Michael Ballé, Lead With Respect

MP3 File (run time 42:37) Today’s guest is Michael Ballé, an author of many novels about Lean management, published by the Lean Enterprise Institute. He joins us for this episode from Paris (he shares many photos of “Paris moments” via his Twitter account @Michael_Balle). Michael and his father, Freddy, have collaborated on these books and have […]

By February 2, 2015 2 Comments Read More →
Podcast #213: My New “Lean Blog Audio” Podcast Series

Podcast #213: My New “Lean Blog Audio” Podcast Series

MP3 File (run time 11:24) Today’s podcast is different than my usual interview format. I still plan on continuing the podcast format and series, but I also wanted to try something new. I’m starting a “Lean Blog Audio” podcast, which is basically an “audio book” type reading of blog posts. I won’t do it for all […]

By January 16, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Podcast #212 – David Mann, “Creating a Lean Culture, 3rd. Ed.”

Podcast #212 – David Mann, “Creating a Lean Culture, 3rd. Ed.”

MP3 File (run time 51:25) Today’s guest is David Mann (bio), talking about the new 3rd edition of his Shingo Research Award winning book Creating a Lean Culture. David tells us what’s new in the book and we discuss “leader standard work” and other elements of a Lean culture. David also talks about the difference between “Lean […]

By December 30, 2014 4 Comments Read More →
Podcast #211: Mark Graban on “Healthcare Tech Talk”

Podcast #211: Mark Graban on “Healthcare Tech Talk”

MP3 File (run time 52:10) Normally, my podcast is all about my guests. This episode has me being interviewed by the hosts at Healthcare Tech Talk, a new podcast for Healthcare IS professionals. This originally appeared as episode #23 of their series. Thanks to hosts Terry Baker and Kelley Hill for interviewing me and for allowing […]

By October 8, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Podcast #210 – Lean in Washington State Government

Podcast #210 – Lean in Washington State Government

MP3 File (run time 39:33) My guests today are Darrell Damron and Hollie Jensen and we’re talking about Lean in Washington state government. Darrell and Hollie are both state employees, serving in the role of Enterprise Lean Consultant within a team called “Results Washington.” I’ve seen them both present at a Lean Enterprise Institute summit and […]

By October 1, 2014 2 Comments Read More →
Podcast #209 – George Friesen, Lean, Kaizen, and Idea Boards

Podcast #209 – George Friesen, Lean, Kaizen, and Idea Boards

MP3 File (run time 33:39) My guest for episode #209 is George Friesen, Business Practice Leader for Lean Transformations in the Workforce Solutions Group at St. Louis Community College. In this episode, we talk about his early experiences at the GM/Toyota NUMMI plant, why candor and trust are so important in a Lean transformation, and how to engage […]

By September 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Podcast #208 – Michael Bremer, “How to Do a Gemba Walk”

Podcast #208 – Michael Bremer, “How to Do a Gemba Walk”

MP3 File (run time 36:24) Joining me for episode #208 is Michael Bremer, author of the recently released eBook How to Do a Gemba Walk. Michael is president of The Cumberland Group, a business improvement consulting firm based in Illinois. In today’s episode, Michael talks about different types of gemba walks, key behaviors that need to […]

By September 9, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
Podcast #207 – Chris Jerry, The Emily Jerry Foundation, Part 2

Podcast #207 – Chris Jerry, The Emily Jerry Foundation, Part 2

MP3 File (run time 49:30) Episode #207 is part two of my conversation with Chris Jerry, founder of The Emily Jerry Foundation.  The foundation was created in the aftermath of the tragic death of his daughter, Emily – a preventable medical error caused by a number of factors and bad systems. You can read Emily’s story here. In the first […]

By August 28, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Podcast #206 – Ed Pound, “Factory Physics for Managers”

Podcast #206 – Ed Pound, “Factory Physics for Managers”

MP3 File (run time 38:55) My guest for episode #206 is Ed Pound, co-author of the book Factory Physics for Managers: How Leaders Improve Performance in a Post-Lean Six Sigma World that was released in April. It is, of course, a new version of the original Factory Physics textbook that I used in college and was the subject […]

By August 14, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Podcast #205 – Joe Schnur, Hand Hygiene & Patient Safety

Podcast #205 – Joe Schnur, Hand Hygiene & Patient Safety

MP3 File (run time 32:43) Episode #205 is a conversation with Joe Schnur, VP Business Development at Intelligent M, a company that “designs data-driven hand hygiene compliance  improvement solutions for hospitals that dramatically reduce healthcare-acquired infections and their associated costs.” Joe and I share a passion for improving patient safety and we’ve had a number of […]

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