Joining me for the fourth time, here for Episode #326 of the podcast, is my friend and colleague Katie Anderson, a leadership coach, Lean consultant, speaker and writer from the San Francisco area. Hear our previous podcasts about visiting and living in Japan.
Today, we're talking about a number of topics related to learning and collaboration: Her upcoming book with Isao Yoshino, the local San Francisco Bay area AME consortium that she is leading, her next trip to Japan (which you can join), and more.
I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we did. For some other resources, and to enter to win a copy of my book Lean Hospitals (and a copy of Measures of Success) that Katie is giving away, visit kbjanderson.com/mark. Thanks, Katie!
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Topics and notes for this episode:
- Isao Yoshino, who was John Shook‘s mentor at Toyota (and is “Sanderson” in the book Managing to Learn).
- Their upcoming book
- “Intentionally creating a culture of problem solving and learning”
- What are the qualities of a coach?
- Are you asking questions or giving opinions?
- Why are humble questions so important?
- Katie's blog
- Her recent article for LEI: ““Roll”-ing Out Lean at Kura Sushi“
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