Archive for Lean Office

Lean Laminator

Lukas add a front an and back feeder to the new laminator to make it very easy to use.

Lean Powerpoint for Morning Meeting

Lyle and Jayme come up with a better way to update the FastCap Principles on the Powerpoint for the Morning Meeting.

Tip #2 for Getting Things Done

Paul answers the question, “isn’t 1 Piece Flow better than Getting Things Done?” For more information on David Allen’s book Getting Things Done, visit the website. For more information on Wunderlist, visit their website.

Tip #1 for Getting Things Done

Paul Akers provides a tip for using Wunderlist App to keep track of his lists! For more information on David Allen’s book Getting Things Done, visit the website. For more information on Wunderlist, visit their website.

I learned something life changing

Paul Akers has an epiphany about getting things done. Hi uses Wunderlist App to keep track of his lists! For more information on David Allen’s book Getting Things Done, visit the website. For more information on Wunderlist, visit their website.

Want a erasable label that can stick to any surface?

Lean Labels are a great erasable label that can stick to any surface. This versatile system allows you to organize efficiently without the stress of a label machine. Simply pick which shape that will work best and use a Sharpie™ or water soluble pen to write directly on the smooth white PVC material. Need to fix or add something to it? No problem! Wipe it away with lacquer thinner (for Sharpie™) or water (for water soluble pen) and write away! Never been a better time to get organized!

Variation is the Enemy

Thinking of laying off staff? Don’t do it. Variation creates a tremendous amount of waste. Focus on getting the right people on the bus!

Are you a Lean filer?

Ashley Bailey, of Klime-Ezee, sent us this video how by one small step he fixed what bug him from now on when filing.

Lean Document Signing

Printing and signing documents can be time consuming. But watch Robert Olinger cut the waste of 3 minutes 16 seconds for each signature.

NEVER done improving!

Dale, of Klime-Ezee, shared this video showing his 2 Second Lean improvement for the day of moving the shredder closer to his desk.

After feedback on his first video, Dale then moved the shredder forward and lifted it up. NEVER done improving!