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Updated December 2019
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Today’s guest is Joshua Beaudry, a philanthropic skateboarder who is unleashing robots for good! Automation is all the buzz these days, and we had the honor of speaking with someone at the forefront of the growing field. Joshua also heads Lipstick Skateboards, a non-profit with a mission of empowering youth of impoverished areas by providing be ...…
 
In this episode, Tracy and Elisabeth dip into their incredible experiences in Nagoya and Tokyo in their interview with Laurie Fiorica and Hilary Hellman—two amazing leaders they met on Katie Anderson’s Japan Study Trip. Great takes on Continuous Improvement culture in Japan through the eyes of two Healthcare experts! For our In the News segment ...…
 
Today’s guest is a school-teacher-turned-home-builder who has upended the way this country responds to disasters. As we anxiously tune into the advance of Hurricane Dorian, this interview provides key insights into how the Toyota Production System helped CEO and Author Liz McCartney shorten the timeframe from disaster to recovery. We’ve also go ...…
 
Today at the Cafe we’ll give you great things to contemplate while you get in a few more days at the beach. Our featured guest is Ekta Vyas, the director of Human Resources for Stanford Children’s Health / Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford. Tracy and Ekta discuss great tips for transforming Human Resources—and every organization has H ...…
 
Check out Elisabeth’s interview with the head of Lean Cultural Transformation for Exeter Health Systems, MaryBeth Jermyn. She’s got surprising insights around achieving mandated Lean Healthcare certification in a Lean way. We also have the results of our latest survey where we’ll find out where people stand on the different phases of DMAIC. Spo ...…
 
Today’s Special features Tracy’s interview with the phenomenal Billy Taylor, the Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. For In the News, Tracy and Elisabeth describe their recent Japan Study Trip – fascinating, stunning, wonderful! For Q&A we’ll tackle a learner’s question about leaders who think data collec ...…
 
Today’s special features a woman who left a job at MIT and used big data to launch a farm-to-table food delivery service. Tune in to hear Elisabeth’s interview with Erin Baumgartner, CEO of Family Dinner! For our Survey Says segment, we get some unexpected results from our “invisible process” poll and for the Printed Page, we’re going back to a ...…
 
Today’s Special features Elisabeth’s interview with author and customer service thought leader Jeff Toister who gives a behind-the-scenes look at overcoming the obstacles to providing excellent customer service. Jeff is a great storyteller so stay tuned for that! We’ll start you off with our appetizer, Clockify – an integrated time tracker app ...…
 
In this episode of the Just-In-Time Cafe, we’ll feature a candid conversation with Senior Sensei Mohamed Saleh and Lean Sensei Heather Pierzchala of Hartford Healthcare as they discuss the journey of their mentoring relationship. In our Survey Says segment, we’ll reveal the results of our 8 Wastes poll to let you in on the most prevalent waste. ...…
 
The highlight of this episode is Elisabeth’s interview Richard Sheridan of Menlo Innovations. Richard returns to the cafe having just published his second book, Chief Joy Officer. He is proving that joy and success can coexist in corporate work life, so don’t miss the conversation! For an Appetizer, we cover a Chrome extension that is changing ...…
 
In this episode of the Just-In-Time Cafe, Tracy interviews PEX Conference Award Winner Shane Wentz, former Global Director of Continuous Improvement at Radial! In our Survey Says segment, we’ll discuss the results of this-month’s poll and the answer is… “Take a Walk.” For In the News we’ll discuss a recent article by Charles Duhigg, the author ...…
 
For Today’s Special we’ve got Elisabeth’s interview with Karyn Ross to discuss her new bold new book, How to Coach for Creativity and Service Excellence! With our Appetizer of the Day, QIMacros, we’re continuing our series where we review popular charting, graphing and statistical software. For Q&A we’ve got a Go-Getter Forum question about the ...…
 
Check out Today’s Special to hear Tracy’s interview with Mojgan Amini, the Director of Process Management & Continuous Improvement at UC San Diego! For Survey Says, we’ll reveal what listeners like about the podcast and launch a poll to find out what works on the people side of Continuous Improvement. For our In the News segment we’ll tell you ...…
 
Today’s Special is Tracy’s interview with David Umstot who wrote the Lean Playbook for the Construction Industry! For our Appetizer we’ll continue our series about charting, graphing and statistical software by reviewing Minitab, the Cadillac of stats packages. For our In the News segment we’ll cover an article about how Google’s top two progra ...…
 
For Today’s Special check out Elisabeth’s interview with Lean Sensei Mohamed Saleh of Hartford Healthcare in Connecticut. Aside from being a great guy, he shares rare wisdom on how smart leaders drive successful Lean Transformation. For Survey Says we’re looking for your feedback on our Just-In-Time Cafe podcast. For our In the News segment we ...…
 
Come join us as we host Lean thought leader Mark Graban and discuss his new ebook Measures of Success on Today’s Special. It’s data, display and how they drive decisions for our last episode of the year. For the Appetizer we’ll address the second in our series on software packages that analyze and display data. For our In the News segment, we’l ...…
 
For Today’s Special, Elisabeth got to ask Kamaljit Jackson, Senior Accountability and Efficiency Officer at Racine Unified School District, how blame-free Kaizen workshops are helping her school district. For Survey Says we’ll share the results of our latest poll on how people like to learn. This week In the News we’ll highlight a Shingo-Prize ...…
 
For those of you in the U.S., have you had it with turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce? Even those of you who didn’t just experience a food coma, you’ll appreciate the all-new menu here at the cafe. Today’s Special is a rare treat. Tracy interviewed organizational scholar Edgar Schein and his son Peter, a former Silicon Valley executive. They ...…
 
For Today’s Special Tracy interviews Alicia Saake of Feeding San Diego – a great organization applying process improvement to help people in need. Next we’ll discuss the results of our latest poll and get some insight about how organizations view problems. For our In The News segment we’ll find out what happens when an ex-military leader applie ...…
 
We’ve got a great menu brimming with brain food! In Today’s Special, it’s Tracy’s interview with Jeff Konstanzer and Carlos Vallejo of Costco. For this episode’s Appetizer we’ll cover an app that lets you know if anyone is paying attention to your emails. In The News, we find out how the State of Ohio made it 96% easier for nurses to renew thei ...…
 
In this awesome episode, Elisabeth interviews Kelly Hardee Wheeler, the trombone-playing Lean Six Sigma Black Belt who’s helping to make Army hospitals safer, better and more accessible. In this month’s poll we find out how long it takes Green Belts to complete a process improvement project and we launch a new poll about whether our culture all ...…
 
Today’s Special highlights our southern friends Tracey and Ernie Richardson — The couple who started their work life at the first Toyota Plant in North America and wrote a book about it. Today’s Appetizer is the opposite of an app — It is a massive, integrated process collaboration platform for the ultimate process performance management. In th ...…
 
This month at the cafe we got a visit from the wonderful Aisha Ahmad of MemorialCare who discusses her efforts to keep desperately needed nurses on staff by developing mentoring programs. In this month’s Poll, we find out exactly how long it takes people to complete Black Belt Projects. For our “In the News” segment, we discover how data collec ...…
 
No one sent you a Zingerman’s Cheesecake? We’ve got the next best thing – an interview with Tom Root, the Managing Partner for Zingerman’s Mail Order and Chief Operating Officer for the larger community of Zingerman’s Businesses. Listen to the lessons he learned that paved the way to a phenomenal company culture. For our Appetizer we’ll cover a ...…
 
Got cable? Use Comcast? Tune in to hear VP of Customer Experience Assurance Dana Wilson reveal how to get not just the voice, but the look of the customer! In this month’s poll we find out what our listeners value most in a coach. In the News we’ve got a nonprofit offering Lean Six Sigma training and although they’ve got “C4” in the title, they ...…
 
Grab your favorite thermos for a commute with Tracy and Elisabeth – there is much to discuss! Check out Today’s Special to hear Hollie Jensen describe the Lean Fellowship program for the State of Washington – a first-class mentoring program for Leaders. Today’s Appetizer, Zoom, is an app that can host hundreds on a video conference. In the News ...…
 
This week we discover the benefits of adding agony to the hiring process. Get the back story from Elisabeth’s interview with Gary Peterson, VP of Operations for the Shingo Prize-winning O.C. Tanner Company. We’ll cover the surprising results of this month’s poll about continuous improvement coaching. In the News we highlight the journey of a tr ...…
 
This week Elisabeth interviews Richard Sheridan, a man who reimagined the way people could design and develop software. If you have not heard of his company, Menlo Innovations, you do not want to miss this interview! For our In The News segment we’ll tell you you some of the highlights of our recent tour of Menlo Innovations, and for The Printe ...…
 
In this episode, Tracy finds out how Renaissance man Kevin Limbach of TaylorMade Golf helped “infect the organization with great problem solvers.” For Survey Says, we’ll find out the results of our poll addressing the biggest challenge to completing online training and certification. In the News we’ll tell you all about our tour of Zingerman’s ...…
 
We have a great line up for this episode of the Just-In-Time Cafe Podcast! For Today’s Special we’ve got Tracy’s interview with Danielle Hinz, the Chief Procurement Officer for King County, Washington. She’s leaving government for Amazon, but rest assured, she’ll keep using Lean Six Sigma to help government! For “Survey Says” We’ll look at the ...…
 
This episode is jam-packed with goodies! For Today’s Special, Tracy interviews Jim Benson, the coauthor of Personal Kanban. For the Appetizer we’ll review a free time tracking app called Toggl. For Lean Six Sigma In The News, we’ll find out how the Army uses Lean Six Sigma to stay “mission ready,” and for the Printed Page, we’ll review Jim Bens ...…
 
In this episode we interview Leslie Henckler of TriNet who shares a technique called “Customer Journey Mapping.” Karyn Ross, co-author of The Toyota Way to Excellence, counts Leslie as her mentor, and we found out why. For an appetizer we’ll review an app that’s a personal productivity juggernaut – it can do anything! In Lean Six Sigma Industry ...…
 
Find out why the Chicago Bulls Director of Sports Performance brought a Fishbone Diagram into the NBA and what happened next! Join the launch of our new poll about how to solve common Lean Six Sigma challenges. Check out Lean Six Sigma Industry News where we’ll highlight a new publication from a nonprofit that exists to help other nonprofits an ...…
 
In this episode we interview Angela Cook and find out what’s happening on the ground and virtually with Lean Six Sigma at UC San Diego. We’ll release our latest poll results and find out what problem-solvers need from leaders. In the News we’ll cover fun facts and stats about the Winter Olympics courtesy of Statista and lastly we’ll answer a su ...…
 
In this episode we interview power consultant Karen Martin and zero in on the role “purpose” plays in outstanding performance. We’ll give you a glimpse into her latest book, Clarity First, and which “Five Ps” make the difference for smart leaders. In the news, we’ll highlight a man whose relentless work to improve the lives of others landed him ...…
 
Join us as we find out from John Dickson of Spokane County the secret to nearly 500% improvement! Check out the Chicago Bulls in the news applying root cause analysis to sports medicine. Your poll results are in and we discovered the biggest obstacle to process improvement and you can listen to our review of the book, Grit, where Angela Duckwor ...…
 
You don’t want to miss this episode! We’ll interview Bob Zimering who is the Senior Manager for what is essentially Amazon’s Lean Six Sigma effort. We cover an app that does your Excel work for you. We’ll find out what happens when you apply Lean Six Sigma to the streets of San Antonio and we’ll answer a learner’s question about communicating t ...…
 
Tune in to hear Tracy’s interview with author Jeffrey Liker who just published The Toyota Way to Service Excellence. Find out about an app that facilitates seamless communication with bad grammar. Check out why Pearl Harbor airmen met up with a Black Belt from the Hawaiian Electric Company. Listen in as we answer a learner’s question about indi ...…
 
During this episode’s interview we’ll found out how Sally Toister made Starwood’s Lean Six Sigma Program even better at Marriott Hotels. We’ll highlight the work of some Indiana college students who used Six Sigma to divert bananas, among other things, from landfills to soup kitchens and we’ll let you in on the launch of a new series about Lean ...…
 
Wrap up a fabulous 2017 with us at the Just-In-Time Cafe this month and listen to our interview with Shingo Prize winning author Karyn Ross as we discusses transformation in the service sector. We’ll cover an app that will make people think you hired a professional art director to make a video. This month for In The News we’ll discuss how a Lon ...…
 
If you’re in Thanksgiving turkey-recovery mode, relax and tune in to the Just-in-Time Cafe for the latest news and tips. Our guest this week is Ken Miller – a man credited with sparking phenomenal government transformation across the United States. This month’s app is all abut your browser tabs. In Lean Six Sigma news we’ll discuss how the Rock ...…
 
Before you put your Halloween mask on, or maybe after, join us this October at the Just-in-Time Cafe for some problem-solving treats. Our guest this week is Lean icon Paul Akers and we’ll be discussing his journey from, in his words, “not knowing what he was doing,” to becoming a very successful and very happy Lean Leader. We’ll cover an app th ...…
 
In this “Back-to-School” episode, we’ll interview Ashley Gambhir, a leader at UC San Diego who is improving education with Lean Six Sigma. For an appetizer we’ll serve up an app that “Leans Out” podcasts. Both government and healthcare make headlines in our “In the News” segment. We’ll highlight how the State of Washington made it into a Harvar ...…
 
Big things happening at the Cafe as summer winds to a close. This month’s app addresses the little-known need for cartoons with improvement teams. One of our “In the News” segments covers the intersection of a college, a hospital and West Point and the other one shows how Lean Six Sigma might guarantee you a better Labor Day. In our “Printed Pa ...…
 
We saved a seat for you to join us at the Just-In-Time Cafe this week to talk about apps, news, books and all things related to good clean problem solving. We’ll cover an app that gives PowerPoint a face lift. On today’s Bulletin Board we’ll find out how El Paso is going to show us “The Way” and then we’ll find out why GoLeanSixSigma.com is in ...…
 
Join us this month where we’ll discuss an app that creates a digital workspace. On the Bulletin Board, we’ll say good-bye to a Quality Lion and then we’ll find out what happens when you let sailors out of the box. For Tools of the Trade we’ll review a book that makes the argument that stories are not just for bedtime any more. We’ve got a Speci ...…
 
This month, we’re going to discuss an app that makes the case for being “lucid.” On the Bulletin Board, we’ll find out why the University of California at San Diego is putting Lean Six Sigma into hot tubs and we’ll cover a story about what hospitals can learn from The Cheesecake Factory. For Tools of the Trade, this month’s book reveals a new v ...…
 
This month, it’s all happening at the zoo. We’ll be interviewing Jeff Foster of the San Diego Zoo to find out how rhinos deal with process improvement. For today’s appetizer we’ll review an app that is bad grammar’s antidote to the “To Do” list. For our Bulletin Board we’ll discuss what Vitamix discovered when they put Lean in a blender and the ...…
 
This month, Tracy will be interviewing Jay McNally of Seattle Children’s Hospital where we’ll hear all about their famous Lean Tours. Today’s appetizer is a powerful app that everyone has and most people under-use. During the Bulletin Board segment we’ll discover how the El Paso Fire Department saved taxpayers millions and then we’ll move to Bo ...…
 
This month, we’ll be interviewing Dodd Starbird whose new book, The Joy of Lean, gives us new recipes for happiness and workplace efficiency. For today’s appetizer we’re going to find out what tomatoes have to do with productivity. We’ll discuss how Lean can go “Meta” with cleaning services and we’ll visit Cape Cod, Massachusetts to find out ho ...…
 
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