Marc St. Arnaud, of Hahn & Houle LLP, sent us this video discussing seeing a lifetime of waste!
Paul Akers explains how having surgery on his foot has taught him so much about Lean and the waste of motion.
Rhonda and Paul show respect and gratitude for the FastCap facility by keeping it pristine.
Paul Akers show the before and after of using FastCap’s Kaizen Foam to organize our kitchen cupboards and drawers.
For more information on FastCap’s Kaizen Foam, visit our website.
Q1: How can we create workplaces where every voice matters, everyone thrives & finds meaning, and change & innovation happen naturally?
That’s really easy and is done if you believe everybody has something to contribute. But if you’re a leader and you think you’re the smartest one and have all the answers, then you’ll never create that environment. And even more importantly, as the leader, you must be willing to celebrate it when people come up with ideas that are more creative and insightful than yours. You must believe philosophically that people are smart and have the capacity to come up with better ideas than you. ~Paul
To see the rest of the Q&A with Paul Akers in the Forward Thinking Workplaces article, press here.
Paul check in with FastCap team members about their favorite 2 Second Lean improvement in 2017. What’s yours?
Paul Akers discusses the investments FastCap will be making in 2018 due to the 2018 tax plan.