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Most Recent Podcasts:

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  • #257: (7/26/16) Tania Lyon, Lean, St. Clair Hospital, and KaiNexus
  • #256: (7/19/16) Steve Bera, Reflections on NUMMI after 30 years, Part 1
  • #255: (6/29/15) Mark Deluzio, on his book Turn Waste into Wealth
  • #254: (6/22/15) Chip Ponsford & Samantha Parrett, Lean in Veterinary Medicine
  • #253: (6/14/16) Ash Maurya, on his book Scaling Lean
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Future Podcasts:

To be released soon:

  • Jim Huntzinger, on deflation and Lean accounting
  • Steve Bera, Lessons from NUMMI, Part 2
  • Brad White, on Lean Daily Management For Healthcare
  • Dr. Frederick Southwick, on Lean and Patient Safety
  • Norman Bodek, on Self Reliance
  • Ron Oslin, “Motivational Interviewing” and Lean
  • Tyrone Butler, Lean, Six Sigma, and More

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