Watch the best minds in Lean and Six Sigma present on a variety of topics. Filmed on location at conferences and events around the World.
Iowa Lean Conference 2015
The two keynote presentations from the Iowa Lean Consortium conference in 2015. Features Paul Akers, and Karl Wadensten.
Lean Leadership Week 2015
Lean Leadership Week, orchestrated by Lean Frontiers, was three conferences in one: the Summit on Lean Leadership, Lean Management Summit, and Lean Accounting Summit. In collaboration with Lean Frontiers, Gemba Academy brings you the presentations. There are a total of 30 presentations, which will be added as they become available. Check back!
Steve Kane - Becoming a Lean Leader and Implementing a Customer-Focused Culture
Kenco provides integrated logistics solutions that include distribution and fulfillment, comprehensive transportation management, material handling services, real estate management, and information technology—all engineered for Operational Excellence. They asked Steve Kane, Gemba Academy’s Director of Sales and Marketing, to come to Chattanooga, Tennessee to give the keynote opening presentation to all of the managers of their 5 companies.
Mike Wroblewski at Siouxland Lean
The Siouxland Lean Conference was held at Western Iowa Technical Community College on January 15, 2014. Keynote speaker Mike Wroblewski, Director of the Kaizen Institute, presents “Create a Kaizen Culture”.
Denny Van Zanten at Siouxland Lean
The Siouxland Lean Conference was held at Western Iowa Technical Community College on January 15, 2014. Keynote speaker Denny Van Zanten, Senior Group Vice President of Pella, presents "Using Lean to Present a Better View."
Creating a Kaizen Culture with Jon Miller
Gemba Academy co-founder Jon Miller presents to a group of executives in Denton, Texas on Creating a Kaizen Culture.
Siouxland Lean Conference - 2014
Presentations from the 2014 Siouxland Lean Conference.
Siouxland Lean Conference - 2015
Presentations from the 2015 Siouxland Lean Conference.
Lean Kanban NA - Lean Startup
Presentations from the Lean Startup track at the Lean Kanban North American conference. The unique value proposition of Lean Startup to the wider lean community is the laser focus on validating product market fit for new products, companies, or opportunities. Companies seeking to foster innovation culture on their product teams, both startups and large established businesses, are increasingly adopting lean startup approaches as a key component of their strategy for initiating that innovation culture, sustaining it over the long term, and scaling it as they grow their businesses.
Lean Kanban NA - Lean Applied
Lessons learned from Lean in other domains. Lean and system thinking is transforming both construction and education. Construction projects range from simple, slow and certain to complex, uncertain and quick. Defining and delivering value begins inside the owner’s organization as they sort through the competing demands of customers and internal stakeholders. Likewise, applying system thinking in education beginning with projects – learner co-designed course work, competency based assessment, community integration, and art and design, transform the experience, the educational process and student outcomes.
Lean Kanban NA - Evolving Product Management
What is the role of product management in the new world of product development? Is it primarily a technical function? Or is it more about business? Today’s methods favor light processes, face-to-face interaction, and brief artifacts. However, executive management seems to miss the rich detail from the “old school” documents: GANTT charts, market requirements documents, and business plans. The product management track will explore roles and responsibilities, the importance of systems thinking, project prioritization, and the business process of software delivery.
Lean Kanban NA - Kanban
The first principle of the Kanban Method is “Start with what you do now”. Take the current work and workers and the current process and apply kanban to improve visibility, collaboration, risk management, and predictability. What does the humane, start with what you do now Kanban Method have to say about change? A lot! We’ve organized the Kanban track in a progression inspired by Kanban’s three “agendas for change”. The sustainability agenda: balancing demand and capability at individual, team and department level, collaborative improvement. The service orientation agenda: anticipating customer needs, achieving end-to-end flow, process innovation. The survivability agenda: the pursuit of fitness for purpose, corporate adaptability, disciplined leadership.
Lean Kanban NA - Managing Risk
The Risk track at LKNA 2014 will discuss how an analytical approach to risk identification and management is an important part of managing Agile modern processes such as Kanban and Lean. A focus of this year’s risk track is practical approaches to understanding how our process decisions increase the likelihood of on-time delivery of software, and how we would measure that impact. We go beyond impact versus likelihood matrix charts and discuss how to understand how leading companies are managing risk in concert with their Agile transformations and process.
Lean Kanban NA - Beyond Budgeting
Becoming a lean enterprise requires the entire management system to be aligned with lean principles. Lean requires alignment with customers and takes direction from the customer pull concept. Yet many organizations continue old practices such as financial budgeting which are based on financial “push” concepts. Simply stated, these old management practices defeat the ability to become truly lean.
Printers & Imaging Association
Ron presents at the Printers and Imaging Association Mid-America meeting in Dallas. Ron drew on Gemba Academy's library and created a presentation on Practical Problem Solving and Quick Changeover with some fun, interactive simulations to bring real world problem-solving into the classroom.