The American Innovator – How To See Waste

Paul Akers, of The American Innovator broadcast, discusses how to see waste. Anything our customers are willing to pay for (value added activity) is not waste. Anything our customers are not willing to pay for (non value added activity) is waste.

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The American Innovator – Lean: The most Important Thing!

Paul Akers, of The American Innovator broadcast, discusses what he learned as he traveled around the world these past six weeks to small and large factories and businesses. He discovered the one thing he has missed in teaching and training people…two critical lean concepts.

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Lean Cat Food for Fastcap Cats

Paul Akers and Michelle demonstrate how to set up FastCap’s FLEX Tool Bag to conveniently store food for the FastCap cats! For more information on this product, visit our website.

Lean 2 Second Improvement 2

Paul Akers and Alexi show how to use lean principles to organize their tools. They use the FastCap’s Flex Tool Bag and FastCap’s Kaizen Foam in the process. For more information on FastCap’s Flex Tool Bag, visit our website. For more information on FatCap’s Kaizen Foam, visit our websites.

16.08.12 | Categories: *Contains Videos, Lean, Lean Fastcap

Lean: The Art of Subtraction 4

Paul Akers discusses how, by applying the lean principle of “The Art of Subtraction” we significantly downsized the amount of space needed for our pad printing area.

08.08.12 | Categories: *Contains Videos, Lean, Lean Fastcap

Blind Nail System for Finishing Wood

Paul Akers demonstrated how to use FastCap’s Blind Nail System, applying lean principles, for finishing wood. For more information on this product, visit our website.

Lean: The Art of Subtraction 2

Paul Akers demonstrates uses the Lean Principle, “The Art of Subtraction”, to solve a problem with a plastic claim shell. Paul uses FastCap’s Macro Flush Cut Trimmer to solve the problem. For more more information on this product, visit our website.

Lean: Keeping the Rope Tight 4

Paul Akers leaves the bathroom better then he found it, demonstrating the lean principle of Keeping the Rope Tight. For more information on Lean, or Paul’s book, 2 Second Lean, visit our website. For more information on Fastcap, visit our website.

02.08.12 | Categories: *Contains Videos, Lean, Lean Fastcap

Lean: Keeping the Rope Tight 3

Paul Akers leaves it better then he found it, demonstrating the principle of Keeping the Rope Tight, Paul uses FastCap FastEdge to help solve this problem. For more information on this product, visit our website.

Reforming Little Pigs

Paul Akers demonstrates how he uses lean principles and FastCap’s Kaizen Foam to organize his tool box. For more information on Lean, visit 2 Second Lean: https://paulakers.net/ For more information on Kaizen Foam, visit FastCap.