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Need help “Practicing Lean”?

“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.”

Practicing Lean is a collaborative eBook project initiated by and edited by Mark Graban, with Paul Akers as a contributor. Press here to learn more.

William 3S’es his Bedroom

Watch this two minute awesome video of William Bailey 3S’ing his bedroom. What if all kids thought like this? Can you imagine what the world would look like?

Lean Restart

Paul Akers discusses what you have to do to make Lean work for you…what he would do if he restarted Lean from the beginning.

Northeast Lean Conference

Paul Akers invites you to attend the Northeast Lean Conference on September 19-20, 2017 in the Worcester, MA (outside of Boston).

For more information about this conference or to sign up, visit their website.

Text to Speech Tricks – Lean iPhone tricks

Paul Akers (and Yoshi) provides us with his favorite Text to Speech tricks on his iPhone.

Do you need a 3S? Box?

Filipe Marques, of Torre, sent us this video showing their 3P “Question Mark” Box. Maybe you could use one, too?

Developing Lean Leaders Summit

Tired of winter? Paul Akers invites you to join him, Ritsuo Shingo and George Trachilis in Santorini Greece, July 31 – August 4, 2017 for the 2nd Annual Developing Lean Leaders’ Summit.

For more information or to register, go to this link.

Lean Chop Saw Station

Gary LeClerc, of Renew Furniture, sent us this video showing how he Leaned out his Chope Saw with the following FastCap Products. Cool!

Best FenceChopShop Saw Hoods
LED Saw Hood Light
10 Million Dollar Stick
CatEyes Glasses
Zero Clearance Tape

Airline Lounge Orientation

Paul Akers recommends looking around at airports and airport lounges. Sometime the best stuff is a little harder to find.