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GA 341 | Exploring Quantum Lean with Sean Fields and Michael Sanders
This week’s guests are Sean Fields and Michael Sanders. Together with Ron they discussed the concept of quantum lean and how it can be used to streamline processes. They also explored how quantum lean compares to value stream mapping and other elements of lean. A MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode yo…
Lean Lessons from Soviet Supermarket Failures
I came across the story of How the Supermarket Helped America Win the Cold War while catching up on past episodes of the Freakonomics Radio podcast. It tells of the role the American supermarket played in the downfall of communism in the USSR. There are some interesting lessons here for lean leadership. The Supermarket as Cold War Weapon The cold …