Lyle organizes the box pallet area and also adds a kanban. To learn more about kanbans, see this video.
Dan Markovitz posted this article on his blog. Very thought-provoking.
“It’s time to admit that one of my consulting approaches has failed.
I’m a huge fan of Paul Akers’ 2 Second Lean philosophy. It’s simple, easy to understand, and has an intrinsic appeal: “fix what bugs you.” “Figure out how to do your job two seconds faster each day.” Who wouldn’t sign on to a lean program that promotes that mindset?
So off I went to my clients, with Paul’s videos embedded in my PowerPoint presentation, ready to show them how 2 Second Lean is the answer to their productivity problems, their low employee engagement and morale scores, their mediocre customer service, and their too-high defect rates.
And I failed.”
To read the entire article, press here.
Do you want to meet to superstar kids from the UK that are doing Lean in big way? If you have young kids you should join Katie and William. They are changing the world in the best way possible! Here is a link to their website.
Lukas comes up with improvement after improvement on the Turret Forklift. Way to go, Lukas!
Paul Akers summarized the 2018 Global Lean Leadership stop in Germany. It was hosted by the very Lean organization, Yellotools. For more information on this wonderful organization, visit their website.
Jen and Jayme create a process for packing Kaizen Boxes using strong visual controls and a QR code.
Truman and Tyler came up with an idea to make life easier at the FastPipe Station.
This Grocery Store is one of the stops on the Japan Study Mission. If you are serious about Lean, join me in November 2018 for the next Japan Study Mission. To learn more, go to this link.