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Chris Burnham

Chris Burnham is the Senior Lean Strategy Director at KaiNexus and the Host of The Lean Leadership Podcast. He is passionate about equipping leaders with the mindset and knowledge they need to be successful in their lean and continuous improvement journey. You can find his podcast at www.leanleadershippodcast.com or connect with him on Twitter @realburnham
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Why I Joined KaiNexus and What Do I Do?

Posted by Chris Burnham

Jun 10, 2021 2:47:57 PM

I’ve had the benefit of learning, practicing, and teaching continuous improvement for the better part of almost twenty years. I have seen, first-hand, the transformational power of how continuous improvement can radically change people’s lives at work in a way that benefits everyone: the customer, the employee, and the organization. I am fortunate to have found a career where I can help people and teams be the best versions of themselves.

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What Makes You A Top Leader of Continuous Improvement?

Posted by Chris Burnham

May 11, 2015 7:12:00 AM

I’ve been fortunate to speak with and learn from some incredible leaders. On my podcast, we focus on leaders who have been successful in Lean or Continuous Improvement. Recently I was asked, “What do you believe are the common elements of the continuous improvement culture that leaders provide?” These leaders all promote rapid action, but that's not all; these leaders also think of their continuous improvement culture differently.

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Topics: Leadership, Improvement Culture

The Top Five Mistakes Lean Leaders Make

Posted by Chris Burnham

Mar 19, 2015 1:10:00 PM

Leading an organization that is committed to lean principles requires hard work and focus. Success or failure in a lean transformation is largely dependent upon the leaders who are involved. This goes deeper than hyperbole like “What gets measured, gets managed;” Lean is about purpose, thinking, and behaviors.

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Topics: Lean, Leadership

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