Alexa uses the lean principle of strong visual controls to organize her closet drawers.
Month: April 2012
What Is Lean? by Natalie & Mikayla
Natalie & Mikayla take on the tough question, “what is lean” and come up with simple answers with lots of examples. Check out this excellent video!
Paul Akers uses FastCap’s Mini iPole to record this video at Stonehenge. Very cool! For more information on this product, visit our website.
Lean In The Classroom
Darryn Kleyn is a teacher at Cornerstone Christian School, and he and his students have been doing amazing things using lean principles. And Darryn has gotten noticed. An editor of a teachers’ magazine in Ontario asked him to write an article on applying lean in the classroom. Here is a sneak preview.
2 Second Lean Available on audible.com
Check out yet another way to get Paul’s book on audible.com!
Cornerstone Christian School – Lean Shed
Cody shows us how to use Lean Principles to organize the his shed.
Cornerstone Christian School – Lean Coffee
Dave shows us how to reorganize the kitchen in order to lean out the coffee making process.
Cornerstone Christian School – Lean Home Bathroom
Corina reorganizes her bathroom to eliminate waste (using lean principles).
Cornerstone Christian School – Lean Shadows
Cody uses shadows (strong visual controls) to keep things in their place.
Cornerstone Christian School – Lean Pantry
Caleb shows us all how to organize our pantry using lean principles and strong visual controls.