In this Podcast, we talk about how leadership needs to apply the ideas of waste to reduction to their own jobs and how leaders really “lead” rather than being merely “behind” lean efforts.
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LeanBlog Podcast #6 Show Notes and Approximate Timeline
- 0:50 How do you teach people how to see waste? What is the role of leaders in eliminating waste?
- 1:10 More about the “language of waste” and specific waste terminology, why is that important?
- 2:10 How leaders can eliminate waste from their own role and your own work
- 4:20 How can leaders get people to move to action? Does fear get in the way?
- 4:55 “Be visible” – being visible versus being a “showman”
- 5:10 “Great leaders ask great questions” but it's also important to make suggestions as a leader, to help drive action
- 5:30 “The management support myth” — being “behind” lean versus being a leader
- 6:35 Asking questions versus pointing out things to do
- 8:30 Doing lean “with” someone versus “for” them
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