Gemba Academy Podcast: How to Use A3 Thinking with Katie Anderson

Today Gemba Academy published a podcast that I recorded with Ron Pereira last week.

Ron and I first started looking into recording a podcast together two years ago when I was living in Tokyo, but our schedules with the time difference were hard to align! I’m happy that we finally had a chance to connect last week. I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as I did.

You can link directly to the podcast here.

In the podcast we covered topics such as:

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Visual summary of podcast highlights

Gary Slater created these visual notes of the podcast and published them on LinkedIn. Pretty cool!

Source: Gary Slater

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More podcasts

If you enjoyed this podcast, you might be interested in previous podcasts that I recorded with Mark Graban over the past two years.

Lean Blog Podcast with Mark Graban #2 – Observing Lean in Japan

Lean Blog Podcast with Mark Graban

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