Archive for Lean Organizations

2018 Global Lean Leadership Summit

Paul Akers welcome folks to the Global Lean Leadership Summit at YelloTools in Windeck, Germany on September 12-13, 2018. For more information on the 2018 Global Lean Leadership Summit, visit the website.

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Japan – Lean Laundrymat

Paul Akers is impressed with just how lean the machines are at a laundromat in Japan.

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Do you Need a Kanban Board?

Excellent video of Rich Stein & Mike Trulove explaining how using a Kanban board has been improving their production. Great work gentlemen!

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What does Lean mean to you?

John Kramer, at Cambridge Engineering shares what Lean means to him.

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In-depth Insight on the Industry Books That Make a Difference

Want to deepen your grasp of continuous improvement? Check out this link by Go Lean Six Sigma.

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March Improvments

Check out this incredible 2 Second Lean improvement video by Seating Matters! You gotta love these guys!

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Lean Tire Pressure

During Alikhan’s visit to FastCap from Kazakhstan, he and Paul make a great 2 Second Lean improvement for the FastCap truck.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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