Jamie is such a down-to-earth guy… I’ll think you’ll enjoy listening to us talk about everything from Lean Accounting to our kids’ soccer teams.
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In this episode you’ll learn:
- Jamie’s lean career history (2:42)
- The quote that has inspired Jamie for over 15 years (4:08)
- Jamie’s definition of a Lean Leader, and why it’s a verb, not a noun (6:07)
- Why Lean Leadership is often overlooked (9:05)
- How Lean Accounting fits into Lean Leadership (10:14)
- The best way to coach leaders, in Jamie’s opinion (13:43)
- How lower level practitioners can succeed without leadership support (15:56)
- What “Respect for People” means to Jamie (19:13)
- The one problem Jamie is really trying to solve at the moment (20:51)
- The best and most unique advice Jamie has ever received (21:52)
- Jamie’s simple but effective personal productivity habit (22:49)
- Jamie’s final words of wisdom (28:58)
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- The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Lean: Lessons from the Road
- Man’s Search for Meaning
- Jamie’s Blog
- Lean Learning Center
- Jamie on Twitter
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What Do You Think?
What does it take to develop a solid lean leader? Is it a role, or a process?