“If we keep practicing, we might get good at it eventually. We all have a starting point in our personal “Lean journeys.” Looking back at our first year of work in Lean or continuous improvement methodologies, we probably weren’t very good at it. What are our reflections and lessons learned? This book is a compilation of those stories.”
To listen to Chapter 5 (Paul’s contribution), press here.
To purchase, press here. (100% of proceeds are being donated to the non-profit Louise H. Batz Patient Safety Foundation)
Paul Akers discusses the 4 upcoming Japan Study Missions that will take place this November. Sign up soon, these are filling up fast. Only 17 per session. For more information on the study mission, go to this link.
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On September 12-13, 2017 we are honored to join Marc Braun at Cambridge Engineering to attend this year's Global Lean Leadership Summit!
Paul Akers using Lean principles to improve his bike helmet just in time for the Vichy, France Ironman.
This guy make amazing videos!
Today’s the day! Getting ready for my second ironman!
Filipe Marques, of Torre, discusses the importance of seeing value verses non-value activities.
Paul Akers discusses how everything you do is a process and every process can be improved.