Do you have big ears and big eyes?

04.19.17 | Categories: *Contains Videos, 2 Second Lean, Lean, eBlast

Greeting American Chamber of Commerce

Paul Akers greets the American Chamber of Commerce. He will be speaking on Lean at their event on June 5, 2017 in Nagoya, Japan at the Nagoya Chamber of Commerce.

04.08.17 | Categories: Lean, Speaking Events

Precast Concrete Factory Tour

On this week’s show, Paul Akers tours a precast concrete factory in Japan…an interesting place to learn about trust.

04.01.17 | Categories:

Transporting You To Japan

Paul Akers meets with the team at Walters and Wolf about their June trip on the Japan Study Mission in Nagoya, Japan.

Japan Study Mission May 23-27, 2017

SOLD OUT!!! The first two sessions are sold out, so we added another session. Are you serious about Lean? Paul Akers invites you to join him on the 3rd Japan Study Mission May 23-27, 2017. Only 17 can attend. You will need to send Paul ( a video to be considered.

Want defect-free beer?

Paul Akers shows us how to pour a perfect glass of beer with the perfect head.

02.16.17 | Categories: *Contains Videos, Lean, Lean Organizations

7-Minute Miracle

When I was in Japan I saw this happen over and over again and I marveled at the efficiency. The workers not only bowed at the trade but they bowed at me as I got off the train … I was astounded!

Japan is about two things:
– a deep respect for people
– a deep respect for resources

I believe this is why they are so efficient and why they produce so few defects.

12.13.16 | Categories: *Contains Videos, Lean, Lean Organizations

Largest Free Standing Bronze Buddha in the World

Paul Akers visits Ushiku Daibutsu Amida Buddha in Japan. It is the world’s tallest freestanding bronze statue. Completed in 1995, it stands a total of 120m above the ground, including the 10m high base and 10m high lotus platform. The Ushiku Daibutsu is also known as the Ushiku Arcadia (Amida’s Radiance and Compassion Actually Developing and Illuminating Area).

12.05.16 | Categories: General

Nagoya Fish Market

Paul Akers visit a Nagoya Fish Market. The biggest tuna ever!

11.29.16 | Categories: Paul’s Adventures

Who should come to Japan?

Paul Akers discusses why coming to Japan is not for everyone. It is about serious learning. It is not for the curious…it is for people who want to be totally transformed.

In Russian

BI Group Reasons In Russian