Lukas discusses how he uses FastCap ProHold to improve his improvement for keeping the spray adhesive in its proper place.
For more information on FastCap’s ProHold, visit our website.
Thomas Riner, of Farming Outside the Box, shared this video showing how even egg cracking can be lean.
On this week’s show, we listen to Chapter 8 of the brand new audio-book rendition of the Henry Ford 1926 classic, “Today and Tomorrow” brought to you by Generosity Press.
Paul takes us through the shopping process at Trial Grocery Store in Kyushu, Japan. This is one of the stops on the Japan Study Mission. If you are serious about Lean, join Paul in November 2018 for his next Japan Study Mission. To learn more, go to this link.
You would think that our famous FastCap Bathroom would be perfect since we always say Lean starts in the bathroom! Every FastCap tour starts with our visitors cleaning our bathroom! But Jen found a few more ways to improve our bathroom. Always improving!
Tyler improves the Beau Clip station, and then Peter takes it one step further. And then Tyler and Peter take it another step! Never stop improving!
For more information on FastCap’s BeauClip, visit our website.
George Trachilis, or the Lean Leadership Institute (https://leanleadership.guru/), is working on a new book, Lean Construction Leaders, and they asked Paul 4 questions:
1. How far along is the construction industry in doing Lean?
2. Why is it so important to embrace Lean ideas?
3. How to solve the problem of competing agendas of multiple sub-contractors?
4. How can construction owners succeed in their business?
Dennis and Tyler created a Reversible Box Stand that can be either 30° or 45°. What a simple improvement that will make it a lot easier to grab inventory out of a box.
On this week’s show, we listen to Chapter 7 of the brand new audio-book rendition of the Henry Ford 1926 classic, “Today and Tomorrow” brought to you by Generosity Press.