LeanBlog Video Podcast #2 – Kevin Frieswick, Error Proofing Handwashing
I'm still experimenting with video podcasting, after my first attempt with Jamie Finchbaugh. LeanBlog Video Podcast #2 is content you may have seen and heard before — the video from Kevin Frieswick and MetroWest Medical Center with the device for error proofing hand washing on the way into patient rooms, combined with some excerpts of audio from LeanBlog Podcast #65.
It's a video world, so hopefully this gets Lean content to a new audience. I'm trying to keep these under 10 minutes so I can also post them on YouTube.
Any video podcasts will also have the audio versions available if you're subscribed to existing feeds. While some said the first video podcast didn't add much since it's just talking heads, I think seeing someone talks adds a bit of their personality that doesn't come across in audio.
I have four video podcasts coming up with Norman Bodek and two that I recorded just yesterday with Matthew May about his upcoming book In Pursuit of Elegance: Why the Best Ideas Have Something Missing.
Here is a YouTube version of the video:
As always, feedback and constructive criticism are welcome.
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