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There's a Better Way is a podcast series focused on exploring how operational excellence principles can provide solutions in your personal and professional life. Each episode, Dr. Aravind Chandrasekaran, professor and academic director at The Ohio State Fisher College of Business, will sit down with a prominent expert or faculty leader to discuss problems we all face in our world today. This program is brought to you by the Master of Business in Operational Excellence.

Latest Episodes

Episode 23: Structure within Creativity

At first glance, a structured vs. creative problem-solving approach seems incompatible. This week, Dr. Elliot Bendoly, distinguished professor of management sciences, sits down to harmonize these two tools and give managers a framework for high-performance problem solving.

20 MIN6 d ago
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Episode 23: Structure within Creativity

Episode 22: Access for All through the Power of Logistics

Free shipping, one-hour delivery, and pick-up in store, are all phrases consumers are seeing more and more. The field of logistics is changing and providing greater access for consumers, and a larger consumer network for companies. Dr. Terry Esper, associate professor of logistics at The Ohio State University, sat down with Aravind to discuss the recent changes to the field and how it's affecting the way we go about our every day lives.

22 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 22: Access for All through the Power of Logistics

Episode 21: Cultural Intelligence

Goodyear’s Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Billy Taylor, sat down with Aravind to discuss cultural intelligence. Billy goes beyond the cliché “culture eats strategy for breakfast” and argues for why culture actually controls strategy, and how converting a company’s “my way” into “our way” leads to operational success.

26 MINNOV 5
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Episode 21: Cultural Intelligence

Episode 20: Origins of Lean

Katie Anderson, lean consultant, has studied the origin of Lean first-hand while living in Japan. After working in healthcare, Katie started her own consulting firm, striving to help others connect their purpose and process. Katie sat down with Aravind to discuss the differences in Lean across cultures, and how understanding the Lean origins can be beneficial when incorporating process improvement.

21 MINOCT 22
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Episode 20: Origins of Lean

Episode 19: Lean Transformation in Healthcare

Dr. John Toussaint, executive chairman of Catalysis Inc., is passionate about lean transformation in healthcare and has worked over the years to implement operational excellence principles in order to change the way healthcare is delivered. Aravind sat down with Dr. Toussaint to discuss his work with over 221 health systems and the variety of situations he’s come across, and the type of leadership necessary to create change.

21 MINOCT 8
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Episode 19: Lean Transformation in Healthcare

Episode 18: Focus on the people, not the process

Dan Markovitz is an accomplished author, speaker and consultant who focuses on building lean organizations. Dan sat down with Aravind to explain how winning the hearts and minds of people should be the focus when trying to implement change management.

22 MINSEP 24
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Episode 18: Focus on the people, not the process

Episode 17: Nationwide Insurance

Guru Vasudeva, senior vice president and chief information officer of program and application services at Nationwide Mutual Insurance, sat down with Aravind to discuss how such a large corporation uses a variety of lean tools, including visual management, to create a lean management system.

24 MINSEP 10
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Episode 17: Nationwide Insurance

Episode 16: The Spine Institute

Spine problems are a costly issue world-wide due to the lack of understanding of the definitive cause of pain for each patient. Bill Marras, executive director and scientific director of the Spine Research Institute sat down with Aravind to discuss how they are using an operational excellence approach to solve this problem. The Spine Research Institute is using objective engineering techniques to nail down specific problems causing back pain in order to create individualized and direct treatment plans, resulting in less time and money used to provide the patient with relief.

26 MINAUG 27
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Episode 16: The Spine Institute

Episode 15: Lean Transformation in Detroit

Bethany Melitz grew up with lean and now serves as the Director of Lean (Continuous Improvement) for the City of Detroit. She sat down with Aravind to share the various initiatives happening in Detroit and how they are getting the community involved with the city's comeback. Bethany and her "lean team" are making a big impact from everything to road conditions to job placement.

22 MINAUG 13
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Episode 15: Lean Transformation in Detroit

Episode 14: United States Postal Service

How does a package get from an Amazon warehouse to your front step? What processes are in place to keep those packages moving and employees safe? The United States Postal Service (USPS) uses operational excellence strategies to keepthis complex orgnization moving forward.Linda Richmond, an MBOE alumna, and Western Area Master Black Belt for the United States Postal Service, sat down with Aravind to discuss her role and how she utilized her learnings from the MBOE program within USPS.

24 MINJUL 30
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Episode 14: United States Postal Service

Latest Episodes

Episode 23: Structure within Creativity

At first glance, a structured vs. creative problem-solving approach seems incompatible. This week, Dr. Elliot Bendoly, distinguished professor of management sciences, sits down to harmonize these two tools and give managers a framework for high-performance problem solving.

20 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Episode 23: Structure within Creativity

Episode 22: Access for All through the Power of Logistics

Free shipping, one-hour delivery, and pick-up in store, are all phrases consumers are seeing more and more. The field of logistics is changing and providing greater access for consumers, and a larger consumer network for companies. Dr. Terry Esper, associate professor of logistics at The Ohio State University, sat down with Aravind to discuss the recent changes to the field and how it's affecting the way we go about our every day lives.

22 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 22: Access for All through the Power of Logistics

Episode 21: Cultural Intelligence

Goodyear’s Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Billy Taylor, sat down with Aravind to discuss cultural intelligence. Billy goes beyond the cliché “culture eats strategy for breakfast” and argues for why culture actually controls strategy, and how converting a company’s “my way” into “our way” leads to operational success.

26 MINNOV 5
Comments
Episode 21: Cultural Intelligence

Episode 20: Origins of Lean

Katie Anderson, lean consultant, has studied the origin of Lean first-hand while living in Japan. After working in healthcare, Katie started her own consulting firm, striving to help others connect their purpose and process. Katie sat down with Aravind to discuss the differences in Lean across cultures, and how understanding the Lean origins can be beneficial when incorporating process improvement.

21 MINOCT 22
Comments
Episode 20: Origins of Lean

Episode 19: Lean Transformation in Healthcare

Dr. John Toussaint, executive chairman of Catalysis Inc., is passionate about lean transformation in healthcare and has worked over the years to implement operational excellence principles in order to change the way healthcare is delivered. Aravind sat down with Dr. Toussaint to discuss his work with over 221 health systems and the variety of situations he’s come across, and the type of leadership necessary to create change.

21 MINOCT 8
Comments
Episode 19: Lean Transformation in Healthcare

Episode 18: Focus on the people, not the process

Dan Markovitz is an accomplished author, speaker and consultant who focuses on building lean organizations. Dan sat down with Aravind to explain how winning the hearts and minds of people should be the focus when trying to implement change management.

22 MINSEP 24
Comments
Episode 18: Focus on the people, not the process

Episode 17: Nationwide Insurance

Guru Vasudeva, senior vice president and chief information officer of program and application services at Nationwide Mutual Insurance, sat down with Aravind to discuss how such a large corporation uses a variety of lean tools, including visual management, to create a lean management system.

24 MINSEP 10
Comments
Episode 17: Nationwide Insurance

Episode 16: The Spine Institute

Spine problems are a costly issue world-wide due to the lack of understanding of the definitive cause of pain for each patient. Bill Marras, executive director and scientific director of the Spine Research Institute sat down with Aravind to discuss how they are using an operational excellence approach to solve this problem. The Spine Research Institute is using objective engineering techniques to nail down specific problems causing back pain in order to create individualized and direct treatment plans, resulting in less time and money used to provide the patient with relief.

26 MINAUG 27
Comments
Episode 16: The Spine Institute

Episode 15: Lean Transformation in Detroit

Bethany Melitz grew up with lean and now serves as the Director of Lean (Continuous Improvement) for the City of Detroit. She sat down with Aravind to share the various initiatives happening in Detroit and how they are getting the community involved with the city's comeback. Bethany and her "lean team" are making a big impact from everything to road conditions to job placement.

22 MINAUG 13
Comments
Episode 15: Lean Transformation in Detroit

Episode 14: United States Postal Service

How does a package get from an Amazon warehouse to your front step? What processes are in place to keep those packages moving and employees safe? The United States Postal Service (USPS) uses operational excellence strategies to keepthis complex orgnization moving forward.Linda Richmond, an MBOE alumna, and Western Area Master Black Belt for the United States Postal Service, sat down with Aravind to discuss her role and how she utilized her learnings from the MBOE program within USPS.

24 MINJUL 30
Comments
Episode 14: United States Postal Service
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