Archive for Paul Akers

The Lean Crutch!

Paul Akers explains how having surgery on his foot has taught him so much about Lean and the waste of motion.

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Packrats Beware!

Paul Akers show the before and after of using FastCap’s Kaizen Foam to organize our kitchen cupboards and drawers.

For more information on FastCap’s Kaizen Foam, visit our website.

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VanTec Waste

Sherri Hotzler, of Vantec, Inc., sent us this video showing how that reduced wasted regrind. Continuous improvement has great dividends.

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Lean Backpack Packing

Paul Akers takes two second to fix his the struggle of packing his backpack!

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Wash, Rinse & Dry All in One

Wash, Rinse and Dry your hand all in one sink. Now that’s lean!

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Welcome Italian Entrepreneurs

Paul Akers will be speaking in Italy the summer of 2018. Stay tune for more information!

To check out Paul’s speaking page, go to this link.

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Reducing Mindless Consumption

Paul Akers discusses how by 3S’ing his closet (Sweep, Sort & Standardize) he can easily find what he wants and reduces the need for buying more clothes.

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YouTube Double Tap Fast Forward

A day ago Paul Akers shared a video showing how to fast forward a YouTube video on the iPhone (https://youtu.be/QkD7-MWXPxc). Well Derrick Holland saw the video and pointed out that if you double tap in the front or back, it will go back or advance by 10 seconds. Nice tip

Yokoten – when people transmit information across an organization so everyone can learn together.

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Organizing Cords

Paul Akers demonstrates his simple 2 Second Improvements for today. Are you fixing something that bugs you each day?

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