Let’s Get Social

The fact you’re reading this blog means you likely “get” the whole social media thing more than the average person.

As such, I wanted to share the different ways you can follow the comings and goings of LSS Academy and Gemba Academy.

Facebook Fan Page

We’ve recently started a Gemba Academy Facebook fan page where we’ll post updates on what we’re up to while also giving “sneak peaks” to videos of new courses.  For example, we just posted the first video of our new Standard Work course to the page.

We’ll also offer discount codes from time to time so head on over, press the thumbs up Like button, and you’ll be able to follow us from your personal Facebook page.

Head to our Facebook fan page here.

LinkedIn

Next, we have a LinkedIn page where people can post their thoughts and ideas related to lean and six sigma.  For example, a recent thread is focused on folks explaining how they first learned about lean and six sigma.

Head to our LinkedIn page here.

YouTube

Since Gemba Academy provides online and DVD based lean training it only makes sense to have a YouTube page… and we do!  So, if you’d like to stay on top of new lean training videos be sure to follow us on YouTube.

Head to our YouTube fan page here.

Twitter

Finally, we also have a Twitter account where we post links to articles and such.  Twitter is also an excellent way to follow other lean thinkers.  And since your limited to 140 characters per update it doesn’t take long to skim through a bunch of updates.

Head to our Twitter page here.

What’s your Favorite?

So these are a few ways you can follow us outside of this blog.  What is your favorite social media outlet?  Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, or something else?

2 Comments

  1. Amy Grainger

    December 21, 2010 - 11:10 pm

    I prefer Facebook more than any of the others. I tried to get into Twitter but find it hard to follow.

  2. John Hunter

    December 22, 2010 - 7:56 am

    Nice. Linked In is very useful for business contacts and the discussions can be interesting. Twitter is easy, which is nice. I must admit I find the 140 character limitation really limit the value possible here. You Tube is excellent for providing a human face to communication (even if it is virtual). I don’t use facebook. But my favorite social medium is blogs. I also very much like Reddit http://www.reddit.com/r/management/ and Kiva (though it is social in a bit different way than the others) My own online presence: http://johnhunter.com/john_hunter_online.cfm