Archive for Paul Akers

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 have big ears and big eyes?

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Why does FastCap have a morning meeting?

Paul Akers answers Pitt Meadows Plumbing question about why have a morning meeting.

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Lean Green or Black Belt?

Look what happens when Paul Akers is asked whether he has a Green or Black Belt in Lean?

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Lean is Practical and Beautiful

Paul Akers used FastCap’s SpeedBrace to create a floating bench in his entry way. This just show how Lean is practical and beautiful!

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Why Lean Fails?

Do you delegate Lean? Then you’re bound to fail!

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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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