Episode #10 is a conversation with Karl Wadensten, President of VIBCO, a manufacturer in Wyoming, R.I. Here, we talk about his radio show, “The Lean Nation,” which (formerly aired) on AM 790 in Rhode Island. This is the same discussion as the audio LeanBlog Podcast episode #84. For more info about Karl and VIBCO, visit that post.
Episode #9 is a new video discussion with Dr. Bahri, the “World’s First Lean Dentist” (see also Video Podcast #5). Today we talk about lessons he has learned from touring factories and why focusing on single piece flow is a key to true Lean success, even for a dentist’s office.
Update Oct 2010: There is a problem with the video, so please re-direct yourself to the audio version of the podcast: LeanBlog Podcast episode #82.
This podcast is a continuation of my earlier interviews with Matthew E. May, author of the Shingo Prize winning book The Elegant Solution: Toyota’s Formula for Mastering Innovation.
This podcast is a continuation of my earlier interview (Video Podcast #4) with Matthew E. May, author of the Shingo Prize winning book The Elegant Solution: Toyota’s Formula for Mastering Innovation.
Just an administrative update on some technical glitches I’ve had with the podcasts that are now resolved.
If you listen to the audio podcasts via the original feed (MP3 format), there’s been no problem.
This is an interview with Dr. Sami Bahri, D.D.S., a dentist from Jacksonville, Florida. He is a pioneer in using Lean methods in the management of his dental practice. The book documents his learning journey for himself and his office staff as they learned how to apply Lean in a very non-traditional setting.
This podcast is an interview with Matt May, author of the Shingo Prize winning book The Elegant Solution: Toyota’s Formula for Mastering Innovation.
Available May 19 is his new book In Pursuit of Elegance: Why the Best Ideas Have Something Missing.
This is the first of four video segments with the “godfather of lean” Norman Bodek, President of PCS Press. In these videos, Norman talks about how he got started with learning about Lean in Japan and how he started to spread these practices in the U.S.
I’m still experimenting with video podcasting, after my first attempt with Jamie Finchbaugh. LeanBlog Video Podcast #2 is content you may have seen and heard before — the video from Kevin Frieswick and MetroWest Medical Center with the device for error proofing hand washing on the way into patient rooms, combined with some excerpts of audio from LeanBlog Podcast #65.
OK, so here is episode #1 of the “beta” (if you will) LeanBlog Video Podcast. Our guest is our good friend Jamie Flinchbaugh. I guess I’m jumping on the video bandwagon — have you seen the new sample videos from Gemba Academy?
Welcome to the LeanBlog Video Podcast main page. Here is a list of released Video Podcasts and those that I have already recorded for future release. .
- Video 1 – 3/4/09 – Jamie Flinchbaugh, “Coaching”
- Video 2 – 4/28/09 – Kevin Frieswick, Error Proofing Hand Washing at MWMC
- Video 3 -5/12/09 – Norman Bodek, Quick and Easy Kaizen
- Videos 4&4b – 5/18/09 – Matt May Part 1, “In Pursuit of Elegance”
- Video 5 – 6/24/09 – Dr. Sami Bahri, D.D.S, “Follow the Learner”
- Video 6 – 7/18/09 – Matt May Part 2
- Video 7 – Norman Bodek Part 2
- Video 8 – Matt May Part 3, “Twitter”
- Video 9 – Norman Bodek Part 3
You can click this orange icon to subscribe via an RSS feed and use your favorite RSS reader (this is a different feed than for the LeanBlog or the audio podcasts).