Brian Way, of BP Way, sent us this video saying, “Here is my “2 second Lean Improvement” for the day! No one likes cleaning snow off their truck, but it is both illegal and dangerous to others to keep it up there. Grab a roof rake and a quick bend or 2 with a pipe bender and you have an easier way to clean the snow from the roof of your truck! Stay Safe!”
Paul Akers, of The American Innovator, and Dana travel Kathmandu then on to Lukla, on their way to Everest Base Camp. Along the way Paul captured images of the himalayas, including their first glimpse of Mt. Everest.
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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Paul Akers discusses the lean seat he discovered on Allegiant Air.
Paul Akers takes a lean elevator at the Trump Tower Montreal. Lean elevator courtesy Donald Trump!
Paul Akers visits Richelieu in Montreal where Guy discusses their Smart Living products…or as Paul calls it, Lean Living.
LCI – Arizona Community of Practice presents An Evening with Paul Akers
Date: Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Time: 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Location: Doubletree Hotel
320 N. 44th Street
COME AND BE INSPIRED AS TO HOW EASY AND FUN LEAN THINKING AND IMPLEMENTATION CAN BE!
PAUL AKERS, AUTHOR OF 2 SECOND LEAN AND A LEAN LEADER AMONG AMERICAN MANUFACTURERS, WILL SHARE STORIES FROM BOTH HIS PERSONAL AND BUSINESS LIFE AS WE EXPLORE THE WORLD OF LEAN THINKING.
Paul is an energetic speaker whose core passion is helping people discover their full potential in life and teaching others how to implement Lean thinking for their own business and personal success.
Attendees will receive a hard copy and/or CD of Paul’s book, 2 Second Lean-How to Grow People and Build a Lean Culture
Recommended Reading: www.2secondlean.com
Seating is limited to 225
Early registration $75.00 (ends January 16, 2015)
Regular registration $85.00
Paul Akers answers Eric’s question about how you do 2 Second Lean when you have a project that will last a few days or more.
Paul Akers welcomes Premier Printing to Lean.
Paul Akers provides a personal invitation for you to join him (the keynote speaker) at the Continuous Improvement Conference in Minneapolis on April 12-15, 2015.
Paul Akers finishes up his 25 day journey surfing in Costa Rica, where he learned a lot about discipline.