I was fortunate to attend this year’s Lean Startup Conference 2014. In this review, I want to discuss my expectations, my experience, and some general thoughts around what I learned, what I had hoped to learn, and what the broader Lean community can learn from the Leanstartup Movement. My Background I have a weird background. […]
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How to Engage Employees in Lean is a question that is asked by many lean leaders and lean practitioners. At Nebraska Methodist Health System, that is something they are actually doing. In this interview with Cory Strong, a Lean Leader at Nebraska Methodist, we learn the following: How Cory started his journey in Lean by learning […]
Today I have the pleasure of presenting my interview with Michael Jones, a former colleague from eBay and the Head of Content for eBay Europe. Another interesting detail is that Michael is the son of Daniel T. Jones, the co-author of The Machine that Changed the World, written with Jim Womack of the Lean Enterprise […]
I’m very excited and pleased to present this interview with a person I admire greatly – Jon Miller. As you’ll see in this interview, Jon takes a very balanced and thoughtful approach to Continuous Improvement. His approach, indeed, is one I’ve tried to incorporate into my own life. Being present; thoughtful; aware – attributes that often […]
In today’s podcast we are speaking with Daniel Debow, Senior Vice President of Emerging Technologies at SalesForce.com. He’s responsible for Salesforce Wear, the wearables initiative, which I imagine will become part of the Salesforce App Exchange at some point. We’re excited to be speaking with Daniel, as he’ll show us how he’s applied the Lean […]