LeanBlog Podcast #48 – Bob Emiliani, “Real Lean”

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bobA returning guest (episodes #30 and #38), Bob Emiliani is again featured in episode #48 of the LeanBlog Podcast. He is a leading authority on Lean management, who since 1995 has focused his efforts on de-mystifying the “black art” of Lean leadership. In this episode, we talk about his “Real Lean” series of books.

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Episode #48 Key Words and Links:

  • What was your motivation for writing the Real Lean series of books?
  • Respect for People” principle… this principle has been his main focus since the mid-1990s, and was featured in Bob's 1998 paper titled “Lean Behaviors” and his 2003 book “Better Thinking, Better Results.”
  • Scientific Management, Frederick Taylor, and Henry Ford
  • Yes, there will be a fourth and final volume. It will come out in January 2009. It is subtitled: “Learning the Craft of Lean Management.”

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Mark Graban is an internationally-recognized consultant, author, and professional speaker who has worked in healthcare, manufacturing, and startups. He is author of the Shingo Award-winning books Lean Hospitals and Healthcare Kaizen, as well as The Executive Guide to Healthcare Kaizen. His most recent book is the anthology Practicing Lean that benefits the Louise H. Batz Patient Safety Foundation, where Mark is a board member. Mark is also a Senior Advisor to the technology company KaiNexus. His latest book has been released as an "in-progress" book, titled Measures of Success.

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