Archive for Lean Fastcap – Page 2

30+ 2 Second Lean Improvements

Paul Akers discusses the 30+ Lean improvements he and Robbie made to the garden and trash areas at FastCap.

Lean Backpack Sprayer

Robbie and Paul Akers work together on cleaning up the sprayer prep area and created a really cool Lean Backpack Sprayer. Nothing like fixing what bugs you and leaving it cleaner than you found it.

Having Fun at Work – Euro Door Stop Improvement

Tyler and Dennis go to great lengths to improve the Euro Door Stop packaging process. No stone left unturned!

For more information on FastCap’s Euro Door Stop, visit our website.

ER2 Says Thanks

Emily Gonzales (Boser) of Electronic Responsible Recyclers (ER2) sent us this video saying thanks for the FastCap Tour. Cool!

Paul on The Productivity Show

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Paul’s interview on The Productivity Show just went live! Check it out to learn what businesses can do to tap into unused employee genius to improve their organization!

FastCap Dog at Work

FastCap processes are so good, even a dog (Liberty) can ship the orders!

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Paul Akers YouTube Channel

Paul Akers decided to separate out Paul Akers Channel from FastCap’s Channel. So if you want Paul Akers (e.g., 2 Second Lean, Lean Health, Lean Travel, Lean Hub, The American Innovator, Paul’s Crazy Adventures, etc.) go to the Paul Akers Channel. If you want information of FastCap and all our innovative products, go to the FastCap Channel.

Become A Lean Thinker In Any Language

We now have the Becoming a Lean Thinker video translated into seven languages!

English

Spanish / español

French / français

Chinese / chinois

German / Deutsch

Russian / Рyсский

Portuguese / Português

Portuguese (Brazilian) / Português Brasileiro

2 Second Improvement – Hand Dryer

Paul Akers demonstrates how to “fix what bugs you” at FastCap.

What lean is all about

Dear FastCap Team:

It is so important that we utilize common sense when making improvements if we don’t we will look like everyone else. If you want to know commonsense looks like it is very simple:

– Spend every dollar and every second of time you work as if you were paying the bills. Other People’s money has no value, but when it’s yours it changes everything!!!

– when I flew to Mercedes-Benz to speak to them they offered to fly me in business class. It would’ve been about $8,000. I said no, I will fly economy I wouldn’t spend my money that way so I’m not going to spend yours any different than I would spend mine. When you spend other peoples money like it’s yours, then and only then do you truly understand what lean is all about.

Thanks
Paul