LeanBlog Podcast #38 – Bob Emiliani, “Practical Lean Leadership”
Here is LeanBlog Podcast #38, our guest today is Bob Emiliani, the author of Practical Lean Leadership: A Strategic Leadership Guide For Executives. It's a workbook-style guide that forces you to think through your own leadership approach and your own situation.
In this podcast, we talk about “lean leadership,” “value added behaviors,” and some pitfalls to avoid in lean implementations.
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LeanBlog Podcast #38 Key Points & Key Words
- How Bob first got involved with Lean and, especially, the leadership component.
- What's different about this new Lean book?
- What are some examples of “non-value-added” management activities or behaviors?
- A definition of kaizen that emphasizes that kaizen cannot be sub-optimizing, you must look at the whole
- Some errors to avoid in Lean implementation, avoiding “fake Lean”
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