#TBT: A Year of @KaiNexus Webinars, January through June, on Various #Lean Topics
One of the things I do for KaiNexus is produce and host our monthly free webinar series. You can view all of the recordings from the past few years via our on-demand library.
As we enter the last month of the year, I thought I'd look back on this year's webinars, sharing YouTube videos of them below.
If you have ideas for future webinars, please leave a comment below or contact me.
January: Practical Problem Solving
You can also listen to my podcast with Jon about his book Creating a Kaizen Culture:
February: Getting Buy In
March: Lean Leadership
You can also listen to my podcast with him about his book:
April: Lean Management Systems
Michael Lombard talked about “ideal management behaviors” and creating “A Lean Management System Supported By KaiNexus.” View the slides here.
May: Lean for Professional Services
My Canadian Lean lawyer friends, David and Karen Skinner, gave a webinar about Lean for professional services firms, titled “Creating a Lean Foundation for Innovation in Professional Services Firms.” View the slides.
Here is my podcast with them from 2014:
June: Change & Brain Science
Dr. Mark Jaben gave a presentation about current research and understanding about change and the human brain. He disagreed with some of the points that Greg and I made in February, so I learned a lot from this webinar titled “The Science Behind Resistance to Change:What the Research Says & How it Can Help You.”
Here is a podcast that I did with him on this topic back in 2014:
Next week, I'll share the webinars from the second half of the year.
Did you have a favorite?
Are there topics you'd want us to present in 2017?
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