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Mark DeJong interviews Lean experts and business innovators from around the world focusing on how leaders can best apply Lean principles in their role and business. Topics include Lean Culture, Lean Manufacturing, Lean Healthcare, Lean Production, Lean Enterprise & Lean Startup. www.theleaneffectpodcast.com Want to be a guest? have questions? please email: Mark@4ppartners.ca
 
The No 1 Independent Business Podcast in Ireland. To build a successful business you must be willing to try and fail repeatedly. Each week I sit down with Ireland's most interesting entrepreneurs and discover how they experiment and grow their business. We uncover the secret ingredients behind every successful business and the harsh lessons learned from their failures. If you dream of being an entrepreneur or are already running your own business, this podcast will transform how to think abo ...
 
Silicon Valley by The Investor's Podcast Network is hosted by Shawn Flynn. It is an in-depth look into the workings of companies based in Silicon Valley. It delves into up-and-coming startups, established giants and the views of people who are making a mark in the technology scene in Silicon Valley.
 
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Startup Dad Revolution Podcast: Father | Entrepreneur | Family | Leader | Coach

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Startup Dad Revolution Podcast: Father | Entrepreneur | Family | Leader | Coach

Joel Louis chats with Entrepreneur FATHERs about their Startup Dad Journey. Inspired by thought leaders Eric Thomas, Richard Branson, Les Brown, Tony Robbins & Seth Godin. The Fatherhood ver. of Entrepreneur on Fire & Smart Passive Income + Startup Podcast & Dave Ramsey Show

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Startup Dad Headquarters is a podcast created specifically to highlight Entrepreneur Dads | Fathers who are saying, “Enough is Enough” to the Status Quo & Limiting Beliefs and taking MASSIVE ACTION to build and grow their businesses. This podcast is uniquely designed to give you Inspiration, Leadership and Actionable advice from dads | fathers | husbands who are in the “TRENCHES” making it happen (Grinding, Building, Growing & Crushing It). So if you've been saying to yourself, “I wish I cou ...
 
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In this episode, Jake Harrell - The Funniest Lean Guy, Author of ‘Chasing Excellence’, and LinkedIn meme superstar discuss how he got into lean in the beginning, where he was an organization where they're picking on the people, not the process and blaming the people and not the process. He discussed his years of leadership and continuous improvemen…
 
We just had our final session of our Technology, Innovation, and Great Power Competition class. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed the class to give our students insights on how commercial technology (AI, machine learning, autonomy, cyber, quantum, semiconductors, access to space, biotech, hypersonics, and others) will shape how we employ all the …
 
In this episode, Bob Rush, who has more than 40 years of manufacturing expertise and more than 30 years of management and lean techniques experience in sectors ranging from disk drives and computers to lasers and eventually electric cars, talks about his path from the beginning. He talked about how he utilized what he'd learned from a variety of in…
 
75 years ago, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) helped kickstart innovation in Silicon Valley with a series of grants to Fred Terman, Dean of Stanford’s Engineering school. Terman used the money to set up the Stanford Electronics Research Lab. He staffed it with his lab managers who built the first electronic warfare and electronic intelligence sy…
 
In this episode, Deondra Wardelle, a leader, organizer, corporate trainer, licensed health coach, problem solver, motivational speaker, and continuous improvement professional with 20 years of experience in lean talks about her journey from the beginning. We discussed how do we create habits of understanding. Wardelle talked about how she got start…
 
We just completed the eighth week of our new national security class at Stanford – Technology, Innovation and Great Power Competition. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed the class to cover how technology will shape the character and employment of all instruments of national power. Today’s class: Cyber…
 
We just completed the seventh week of our new national security class at Stanford – Technology, Innovation and Great Power Competition. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed the class to cover how technology will shape the character and employment of all instruments of national power. Today’s class: The Second Space Age: Great Power Competition in Sp…
 
We just completed the sixth week of our new national security class at Stanford – Technology, Innovation and Great Power Competition. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed the class to cover how technology will shape the character and employment of all instruments of national power....Today’s class: Unmanned Platforms and Autonomy…
 
In this episode, "Practicing Lean Accounting" Authors: Mike De Luca, Principal and Owner of Torre Consulting, and Nick Katko, President and Owner of BMA, discuss the importance of lean accounting for lean companies. They spoke about "lean accounting" in terms of accounting, payroll, and paying suppliers. They both showed why lean accounting is bett…
 
In this episode, Clare DiFrisco, Founder of Cannsult Inc. and a continuous improvement expert with over 20 years of experience, discusses improvements in People, Process, and Performance. We spoke about the operational side of things and what aspects would make it effective, as well as the complexity. She discussed how they continued to consult thr…
 
In this episode, With over 20 years of Lean expertise in the automotive, beverage, and supply chain sectors, Crystal Davis, Founder, CEO, and Principal Lean Practitioner of The Lean Coach, Inc., explains the implementation of lean in the supply chain. She spoke about supply consequences, cost consequences, and the trade-off between having a lot of …
 
As an entrepreneur at times you forget that being in charge doesn’t mean you have to know everything. When it feels like you’re trapped facing an unsolvable dilemma, and wrestling with a seemingly intractable problem, remember that “getting out of your head” is the personal equivalent of the Lean Startup mantra “get out of the building.”Learning th…
 
In this episode, Thomas Frase, an ASQ certified lean Six Sigma black belt with over 20 years of process improvement and change management experience, talks about his practice of lean and six Sigma in different businesses. We discussed resumes, hiring, and the HR side of things. We talked about non-manufacturing activities that occur in businesses a…
 
In this episode, Paul Deane, a continuous improvement and innovative condition improvement practitioner with over 25 years of experience, discusses how he became engaged with continuous improvement and lean, as well as how he introduced lean from the ground up. He stated why he thought that persons in the middle ought to have the ability to lean up…
 
In this episode, Mohit Gupta, author of "Lean On," has eight years of experience implementing continuous improvement in a range of industries, from startups to nonprofits. He highlighted his history in joining Lean as well as the tale of creating his book. Mohit explained how digital transformation might impact lean. We addressed Lean and Six Sigma…
 
We just completed the fifth week of our new national security class at Stanford – Technology, Innovation and Great Power Competition. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed the class to cover how technology will shape all the elements of national power (America’s influence and footprint on the world stage).In class 1, we learned that national power is…
 
In this episode, Elisabeth Swan is the co-author of The Problem-Solver’s Toolkit and the co-founder of the Just-In-Time Café, a consulting business concentrating on operational excellence and cultural transformation. She has been practicing for over 30 years, particularly in the transactional and service industries, addressing process-based organiz…
 
In this episode, Tracy Defoe, President, and Chief Education Organizer at The Learning factor Inc. with 10 years of experience in lean talks about how she got involved with teaching and lean. She spoke on Kata and the connection between workplace learning and Lean. She described how she helps groups plan, refine, and execute their ideas. https://th…
 
In this episode, Joe DeFeo, Chairman of Juran, discusses the importance of quality in design. He emphasized the distinction between what the consumer wants and what they require. Joe demonstrated how, if someone concentrates on enhancing the quality of something, they may achieve both quality and speed. He explained why, in order to develop, leader…
 
In this episode, Keith Ingels, Raymond Lean Management manager of solutions with over twenty years of experience in the Toyota Material Handling network, on how to engage employees and communicate value to both employees and customers. He illustrated why having a solid 5S and a good flow in the workspace is more important than cookie cutting. https…
 
In this episode, Audie Penn, Managing Partner at Faro Partners, board advisor, executive consultant, and certified lean practitioner with 33 years of practicing lean in a variety of industries ranging from food to furniture, heavy equipment to highway construction, discusses his life experiences. He discusses four fundamental principles, and what p…
 
In this episode, Andrew Lingel, President of United Plastic Fabricating, discusses his ten years of expertise in Lean and Six Sigma and how he used Knowledge, Grit, and Passion to revolutionize a family business. He explained why a process that's a type of lower velocity standard work becomes challenging to enforce. Andrew mentioned how he discover…
 
In this episode, Jim Benson, CEO of Modus Cooperandi and a Shingo Research Award-winning author who has spent over 20 years implementing lean in a variety of industries, discusses effectiveness for people, teams, and organizations. He explained why Toyota's gift to the world was not the Ishikawa Diagram, but rather respecting the supply chain and c…
 
In this episode, Shingo Award-winning author Michael Bremer, a blogger, author, and Ex-President of the Cumberland Group and AME volunteer with over 40 years of experience in a variety of process improvement roles, discusses his Lean path and experiences. We talked about value engineering, method improvement, short interval scheduling, critical thi…
 
12 months ago, Riley did not exist. Today it is a thriving female healthcare company, disrupting an industry worth billions. Led by 3 female entrepreneurs, Fiona, Aine and Lauren, Riley just closed a funding round worth €400k & have secured contracts with major partners including Vodafone. They are our 2nd and final rising star pick for 2021.…
 
In this episode, Deborah McGee, Moog Industrial's Lean Leader, discusses how she prioritizes relationships over transactions, preventative measures over solutions, and progress over status. She discussed how she got started with the Lean Enterprise Institute and how she loved seeing the product in its physical manifestation while working on the sho…
 
In this episode, David Brunt, Chief Executive of the Lean Enterprise Academy, discusses his 20 years of experience in Lean Thinking and Practice, as well as how he uses these skills to assist companies and individuals in designing and leading their own Lean Transformations. He discussed how people's perceptions of lean have evolved through time, fr…
 
In this episode, With ten years of experience as a coach, Benny Ausmus, Founder and Principles at BIG Change Group, talks about how he helps leaders build their people, strategy, and culture. He outlined the most important factors to consider while trying to create a change in an organization. He described how he defies all clichés about organizati…
 
In this episode, Chris Burnham, senior lead lean strategy director at KaiNexus and host of the "Lean Leadership Podcast," explains how to inspire and manage diverse teams to achieve significant gains to the bottom line. He has more than 20 years of experience in Lean and Continuous Improvement. He spoke about what he likes most about continuous imp…
 
In this episode, Mark Graban, an internationally known consultant, author, professional speaker, podcaster, and entrepreneur, discusses his podcasting journey. He explained how to avoid making the same mistakes in the future and how to transform seeming errors into opportunities. At the conclusion of the episode, we explored the difference between …
 
Sven Siering is the Managing Director of vent.io GmbH. This company builds and invests in digital solutions for Deutsche Leasing Group customers. Sven is former Head of the Digital Innovation Unit at Deutsche Leasing AG and is responsible for developing new digital business models for the Deutsche Leasing Group. A trained banker and graduate in bus…
 
In less than 12 months, Niall & his team have taken their nutrition company from idea stage to being stocked in over 800 stores nationwide & launching into America. Niall is the first ever EE Rising Star. Each season, I will pick entrepreneurs who are doing incredible things & are poised to be breakout stars in the next 12 months. Hear what secrets…
 
In this episode, Data Analytics, Big Data, Machine Learning, and Legal Technology are discussed by Andrew Shapiro-Zysk, a business intelligence specialist with over 14 years of experience in the legal field with an emphasis on US immigration law. Andrew described how they use machine learning to determine the likelihood of a case and the elements t…
 
Hi everyone and welcome back to the pod. In this episode, I talk about why there have been no pods recently and the reasons for that. I also look ahead to 2022, sharing some of my tricks for planning and I also try find a partner for my new business. Thanks to Find A Venue.ie, Bay Street Innovation and Chapter for being my partners on Season 7.…
 
In this episode, David Veech, who has been a proud officer of the U.S. Army for 20 years now focusing on teaching, coaching, and consulting, talks about making the working environment more engaged, and efficient. He discussed the aspects that contribute to a long-term lean culture, transformation, and problem-solving culture. https://theleaneffectp…
 
In this episode, Andrew Parris, a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt with over 25 years of experience in NGO/humanitarian and Aerospace Development, recounts his lean journey from the beginning. He talked about the differences between aerospace and other sectors, as well as how the aerospace industry approaches process improvement. He explained how, …
 
Modern entrepreneurship began at the turn of the 21st century with the observation that startups aren’t smaller versions of large companies – large companies at their core execute known business models, while startups search for scalable business models. Lean Methodology consists of three tools designed for entrepreneurs building new ventures...…
 
We just completed the fourth week of our new national security class at Stanford – Technology, Innovation and Great Power Competition. Joe Felter, Raj Shah and I designed the class to cover how technology will shape all the elements of national power (America’s influence and footprint on the world stage).In class 1, we learned that national power i…
 
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