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Today’s guest is lean expert Mark Graban, a longtime friend of Gemba Academy. Mark’s background includes manufacturing and healthcare. In this episode we talk about his work in both industries, along with his eBook Practicing Lean: Learning How to Learn How To Get Better…Better.
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In this episode you’ll learn:
- The quote that inspires Mark (4:27)
- What Mark is up to these days (6:07)
- All about Mark’s new ebook (7:15)
- Mark’s background (12:16)
- Some of Mark’s first mistakes (15:40)
- Some of the mistakes Mark made while working in healthcare (20:27)
- Advice Mark has received (30:31)
- What has surprised Mark in his last year of practicing lean (33:10)
- How Mark recharges and refocuses (38:24)
- The skill Mark feels he needs to improve (41:27)
- Mark’s final words of wisdom (44:36)
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- Download a Free Audio Book at Audible.com
- GA 07 | Using Lean Thinking to Transform the Healthcare Industry
- GA 046 | Lean in Japan
- Mark’s Podcast: Episode 181 with Ron Pereira
- Practicing Lean eBook
- Lean Memes
- Mark’s Website
- Lean Blog
- Mark on Twitter
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