Tag: Podcast – Deming

Podcast #238 – Kevin Cahill, on his Grandfather, W. Edwards Deming

Podcast #238 – Kevin Cahill, on his Grandfather, W. Edwards Deming






Episode #238 is a conversation with somebody I’ve wanted to talk with for a long time, Kevin Cahill. He is the executive director of the W. Edwards Deming Institute. He’s also a grandson of Dr. Deming! …






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Podcast #229 – John Dyer, Reflections on Deming, Six Sigma, and More

Podcast #229 – John Dyer, Reflections on Deming, Six Sigma, and More






My guest for episode #229 is John Dyer, president of his consulting firm, JD&A, Inc., and a contributor for IndustryWeek.com. John started his career at General Electric and later moved to Ingersoll-Rand, where he was VP of Operations for their Security and Safety sector. John had the good fortune to learn directly from W. Edwards […]






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Podcast #174 – John Hunter, “Management Matters”

Podcast #174 – John Hunter, “Management Matters”






Please upgrade your browser MP3 File (run time 37:46) My guest for podcast #174 is John Hunter, a long-time friend and fellow blogger – at his Curious Cat Management Improvement Blog and, more recently, as a blogger for the W. Edwards Deming Institute. John has recently published a book through LeanPub.com titled “Management Matters.” read […]






Podcast #167 – Claire Crawford-Mason, Producer of Dr. W. Edwards Deming Videos

Podcast #167 – Claire Crawford-Mason, Producer of Dr. W. Edwards Deming Videos






Please upgrade your browser MP3 File (run time 36:58) My guest for episode #167 is Clare Crawford-Mason, the producer of the landmark 1980 NBC documentary that featured W. Edwards Deming,  “If Japan Can Do It, Why Can’t We?” read more






Podcast #156 – Mike Stoecklein, Memories of Working with Deming

Podcast #156 – Mike Stoecklein, Memories of Working with Deming






Please upgrade your browser MP3 File  (run time 29:37) My guest for episode is #156 is a friend, Mike Stoecklein, the Director of Network Operations for the Healthcare Value Network. I was able to work with Mike when I was an employee of the Lean Enterprise Institute, working closely with the HVN team and their […]






By August 16, 2012 6 Comments Read More →
Podcast #117 – Samuel A. Culbert, “Get Rid of the Performance Review!”

Podcast #117 – Samuel A. Culbert, “Get Rid of the Performance Review!”






Please upgrade your browser MP3 File (run time 30:42) Episode #117 is a conversation with Prof. Samuel A. Culbert of the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Along with Daniel Pink, he is a fellow alum of Northwestern University. Prof. Culbert has a BS in Systems Engineering, the precursor of the Industrial Engineering department in which […]






LeanBlog Podcast #92 – Mike Micklewright, Another Crisis

LeanBlog Podcast #92 – Mike Micklewright, Another Crisis






Episode #92 brings a returning guest, the always entertaining and thought-provoking Mike Micklewright. He is the author of a batch of two new books: Out of Another @#&*% Crisis! Motivation through Humiliation and Lean ISO 9001: Adding Spark to your ISO 9001 QMS and Sustainability to your Lean Efforts. In this podcast, we talk about […]






LeanBlog Podcast #71 – Patrick Anderson, Part 2

LeanBlog Podcast #71 – Patrick Anderson, Part 2






LeanBlog Podcast Episode #71 is part two of a conversation with Patrick M. Anderson, the Executive Director of Chugachmiut, the Tribal consortium created to promote self-determination to the seven Native communities of the Chugach Region. I met Patrick at a Lean conference where he shared their experiences with applying Lean principles to healthcare delivery in […]






LeanBlog Podcast #63 – David “Zuma Dogg” Saltsburg, L.A. Mayoral Candidate

LeanBlog Podcast #63 – David “Zuma Dogg” Saltsburg, L.A. Mayoral Candidate






I have a very special guest today… it’s a very spur of the moment podcast with L.A. mayoral candidate, David “Zuma Dogg” Saltsburg. This went from email, to phone call, to podcast all in a few hours. He is running on a platform is using Dr. W. Edwards Deming’s 14 points for management. It’s very […]






By February 24, 2009 3 Comments Read More →
LeanBlog Podcast #57 – Alfie Kohn, “Punished by Rewards”

LeanBlog Podcast #57 – Alfie Kohn, “Punished by Rewards”






My guest for LeanBlog Podcast #57 is Alfie Kohn, an author and lecturer in the fields of education, parenting, and human behavior. His books include Punished By Rewards: The Trouble with Gold Stars, Incentive Plans, A’s, Praise, and Other Bribes and The Homework Myth: Why Our Kids Get Too Much of a Bad Thing. read […]






By January 11, 2009 4 Comments Read More →
LeanBlog Podcast #43 – Mike Micklewright, “What Would Deming Say?”

LeanBlog Podcast #43 – Mike Micklewright, “What Would Deming Say?”






Episode #43 of LeanBlog Podcast is a very special one. My guest is Mike Mickleright, writer, consultant, and performer — most interesting to me is his impersonation of Dr. W. Edwards Deming. As I wrote about before, I’ve seen his DVD and Mike agreed to create this podcast with me. We start off talking with […]






LeanBlog Podcast #18 – Eric Christiansen, “A Deming Company”






Here is Episode #18 of the LeanBlog Podcast. My guest today is Eric Christiansen, the President of a translation services company, OmniLingua (more can be found here on their philosophy as a company, being a self-described “Deming Company.) I was interested in talking with Eric about what it means to be a “Deming Company” and […]






By February 19, 2007 1 Comments Read More →