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Garry Doyle
Garry Doyle

Hi Jim, love your approach as it rings through so clearly and mirrors some of my own experiences in overcoming the “us” and “them” mentality. Really looking forward to the rest of the course,

Jacques Pineault
Jacques Pineault

Hi Jim. When you want to have people go from waste state to lean state, you can’t easily do it at their mind level because they will always resist changes in their mind. To be successful, you must do it at their hands level. That is why it is so hard to get lean in the way C-level people work. They don’t work with their hands. I got a consulting contract to redesign a freezer warehouse two weeks before the client was ready to start digging the ground. How? I asked him how he intended to do better than his… Read more »

Rich Johnson
Rich Johnson

If management does not really understand and is on board then you are wasting your time.

Rodney
Rodney

Great material Jim. Eagerly awaiting video 2!!

RALPH GORDON
RALPH GORDON

Hi Jim, good material, I have experienced very similar issues

Chris Turner
Chris Turner

Great video Jim. Your framing of the problem with leadership vs. lean thinking resonates with my experiences around this issue!

Raghavendra B.S
Raghavendra B.S

very nice video and an eyeopener for many. i face the same problem after working for 35 years in the industry- RESPECT FOR PEOPLE IS MISSING AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IS MISSING.

Elizabeth C. Page
Elizabeth C. Page

Thanks and congratulations on the video, Jim. Let’s see if its the right message at the right time. I’ve been a leader in global organizations and small business, non-profits and leadership learning enterprises and in all my experience and decades of concern for transforming enterprise culture, I’ve been left hopeless yet relentless to find how to leverage and influence leadership in a socio-economically transformative way. I’ll stand by hopeful while I wait for the rest of your videos. Thanks again.

Jay P Patel
Jay P Patel

Very good, Jim

Doug Haas
Doug Haas

Very interesting but true! Changing a companies culture can be very difficult. Just transitioning from one generation to another I am finding to be very challenging. I look forward to learning more.

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