LeanBlog Podcast Main Page
Welcome to the LeanBlog Podcast main page. Here is a list of released Podcasts and those that I have already recorded for future release. There are 48 episodes, as of 7/21/08, so please scroll down.
- Episode #1 (7/16/06) - Norman Bodek discusses kaizen and employee suggestion systems.
- Episode #2 (8/4/06) - Second interview with Norman Bodek, discussing how to stop blaming employees and how to manage in a Toyota Production System manner.
- Episode #3 (8/27/06): Interview with Dr. Jeffrey Liker, about how companies struggle with the transition from "lean manufacturing" to "lean enterprise".
- Episode #4: (9/5/06) Part Two with Dr. Liker, covering Lean Healthcare and more.
- Episode #5: (9/12/06) Conversation with Jamie Flinchbaugh, co-author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to Lean: Lessons from the Road, about the language of "waste"
- Episode #6: (9/18/06) Part Two with Jamie Flinchbaugh, focused on leadership's role in waste reduction
- Episode #7: (10/23/06) Another discussion with Norman Bodek, focused on Toyota's response to recent quality problems
- Episode #8: (10/31/06) Interview with Jim Huntzinger, Founder of the Lean Accounting Summit
- Episode #9: (11/6/06) Discussion with David Mann, author of Creating A Lean Culture: Tools To Sustain Lean Conversions
- Episode #10: (11/21/06) Another discussion with Jamie Flinchbaugh, regarding educating top leadership about lean
- Episode #11: (11/26/06) A conversation with Norman Bodek, with his take on educating executives and top leadership about lean.
- Episode #12: (12/4/06) Discussion with Jim Womack, of the Lean Enterprise Institute, about the state of Lean in China.
- Episode #13: (12/17/06) Part 2 of the discussion with Jim Womack.
- Episode #14: (12/28/06) An interview with Dave Gleditsch, the Chief Technology Officer at Pelion Systems, about the role of technology in lean implementations
- Episode #15: (1/7/07) Jim Huntzinger about the "Training Within Industry" program
- Episode #16: (1/14/07 Jim Baran, of Value Stream Leadership (a leading lean recruiter)
- Episode #17: (1/22/07) David Meier, co-author of The Toyota Way Fieldbook, on lean in China
- Episode #18: (2/19/07) Eric Christiansen, about using "wiki" technology for standard work
- Episode #19: (3/11/07) Jim Womack about the republication of the book "The Machine That Changed the World."
- Episode #20: (3/19/07) Kevin Meyer, from the Evolving Excellence Blog, on "onshoring" as a competitive manufacturing strategy.
- Episode #21: (3/26/07) Norman Bodek, talking about how Toyota develops people and how Lean should be good for all employees.
- Episode #22: (4/12/07) Allan Wilson, CEO of Factory Logic, now acquired by SAP, on the role of software in a lean environment
- Episode #23: (4/29/07) Group Health Cooperative and their Lean journey.
- Episode #24: (5/6/07) Jim Womack, continuation of our 3/11 discussion
- Episode #25: (5/22/07) Dr. Mark Spearman, Factory Physics
- Episode #26: (6/3/07) Dr. Gwendolyn Galsworth, on Visual Management
- Episode #27: (6/18/07) Jim Baran, of Value Stream Leadership, part 2 of our discussion on Lean careers
- Episode #28: (7/29/07) Norman Bodek, on Training Within Industry and more
- Episode #29: (8/5/07) Dr. Sami Bahri, "The World's First Lean Dentist"
- Episode #30: (8/12/07) Bob Emiliani, The Updated Wiremold Story
- Episode #31: (9/9/07) David Meier , on Toyota Talent
- Episode #32: (11/9/07) Norman Bodek, on his trip to Japan
- Episode #33: (11/17/07) Jim Huntzinger, on the latest Lean Accounting Summit
- Episode #34: (1/22/08) Chris Harris, on Developing a Lean Workforce
- Episode #35: (1/28/08) David Meier on Lean culture and implementation
- Episode #36: (2/8/08) Norm Bodek on Kaizen and the Art of Creative Thinking
- Episode #37: (3/3/08) Jeffrey Liker on Toyota Culture: The Heart and Soul of the Toyota Way
- Episode #38: (3/10/08) Bob Emiliani on Lean Leadership: A Strategic Leadership Guide For Executives
- Episode #39: (3/29/08) Jeffrey Liker, Part 2 on Toyota Culture
- Episode #40: (4/14/08) A UAW retiree on Lean
- Episode #41: (4/27/08) Jeffrey Liker, Part 3 on Toyota Culture
- Episode #42: (5/7/08) Dr. C. Martin Hinckley, on Mistake Proofing
- Episode #43: (5/19/08) Mike Micklewright "What Would Deming Say?"
- Episode #44: (5/21/08) Ralph Keller, AME San Diego Conference (5/21)
- Episode #45: (6/3/08) Gwendolyn Galsworth on visual displays
- Episode #46: (6/12/08) Dean Bliss, Iowa Health System
- Episode #47 : (6/23/08) Norman Bodek on his most recent trip to Japan
- Episode #48: (7/21/08) Bob Emiliani, "Real Lean"
- Gwendolyn Galsworth, Part 2 (7/28)
- (8/6) Special Guest Host Jamie Flinchbaugh, Podcast #50 Discussion
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