Our guest today is Tim Turner, who joined us previously in 2010 for episode #90. Tim was the lead author for a book called One Team on All Levels that was about the Toyota plant and its people in Kentucky. Tim was involved in the ramp up of Kentucky Lexus production and then left Toyota after 22 years. He was at another manufacturing company and now works as a consultant, so it's interesting to hear about all of those different experiences.
Jay Hodge: Going From GM to Toyota to Healthcare and Beyond
Announcement on Episode 400
Jim Benson, Talking About Humane Management
V2: Jeff Liker on the Second Edition of "The Toyota Way"
Lesa Nichols: Reflecting on Hajime Oba and Her Toyota Experience
Brett M. Cooper and Evans Kerrigan on "Solving the People Problem"
Hide Oba Discusses His Father, Toyota's Hajime Oba
Patrick Adams on "Avoiding the Continuous Appearance Trap"
Remembering Norman Bodek
Michael Parent on Lean Six Sigma in HR and Talent Acquisition
Lean Communicators Talk About Their Podcasts and More
Woody Zuill on Mob Programming and the Power of Flow
Mike Leigh on Breaking Down Barriers, Lessons from the Navy, and More
Mary and Tom Poppendieck on #Lean Software & More
Keith Ingels on "Adopting and Adapting" TPS to the Raymond Lean Management System
Elisabeth Swan on the Problems With Brainstorming and Why "Structure Sets You Free"
Michael Lombard on Kata, Crises, and his AME Conference Keynote
Seán Paul Teeling on Lean Healthcare and Covid-19 Treatment in Ireland
Bonus: Billy Taylor's "Favorite Mistake"
Steven J. Spear Remembers Hajime Oba of Toyota
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