The American Innovator – Climbing Kilimanjaro

Paul Akers, of The American Innovator, and Dana share the journey of their climb up Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa. First stop, Londrossi Gate to check in. Then they took off on the Lemosho Trail. For a short photo gallery video on this trip, go to this link.

Paul used FastCap’s iPole to record this adventure. For more information on FastCap’s iPole, visit our website.

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Lean and the Ridiculers

Paul Akers addresses a list of observations from Ryan (a welder) after watching the Lean Roundtable. We should be passionate about our work. We should be making a difference while we are at work Drop the ego. Everyone is equal. We are on the same team. Change. You have to make it happen. What stops you. Ridicule? There should be no ridicule in the workplace!

The American Innovator – Climbing Aspen

Paul Akers, of The American Innovator, travels to Aspen, Colorado to do some high altitude training on Highland Bowl, La Plata Peak & Mt Elbert. He captured the climb using Fastcap’s iPole and FastCam (Action Camera). Please Note: The FastCam has been discontinued.

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YPO Iowa Invite

Sherri Hotzler and Paul Akers discuss the upcoming YPO Manufacturing Excellence Network Gemba Walk at VanTech Incorporated (http://www.vantecinc.com/) at Webster City, Iowa on October 27, 2015 with Paul Akers, Karl Wadensten (vibco.com ) and then October 28 is the Iowa Lean Consortium Keynote by Paul.

Respect

We watched this in our morning meeting.

“Respect is believing in their higher potential”