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GA 085 | How to Incorporate Practice with Mike Wroblewski

By Jessica Bush Updated on July 31st, 2021

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In this episode, I sit down with Mike Wroblewski at the Summit on Lean Leadership. Mike has some truly amazing insight to share in regards to continuous improvement, and I think you’ll find what he has to say both interesting and inspiring. An MP3 version of this episode is available for download here.

 In this episode you’ll learn:

  • Mike’s background and what he’s up to these days (4:50)
  • The quote that inspires Mike (6:21)
  • Why the art of practice is so important (7:36)
  • Some examples of how to practice specific skills (8:42)
  • Why we don’t practice (10:03)
  • What Mike has observed in the world of lean recently (12:55)
  • About the struggle between tools and culture (13:53)
  • Why you need both (15:28)
  • The role senior leaders are playing in lean journeys (17:02)
  • What “Respect for People” means to Mike (20:40)
  • The best advice Mike has ever received (22:21)
  • Mike’s personal productivity habit (23:32)
  • How Mike recharges and refocuses (25:54)
  • The skill Mike feels he needs to improve (27:56)

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