3 Steps to Becoming a Lean Thinker
2. Take small, consistent steps each day to removing the waste for good.
3. Network and share your company’s Lean journey. Document your improvements. FastCap documents many of them with short videos shared with employees. Continuous improvement is an ongoing process, so listen to the best practices of other companies and keep increasing your efficiency and profitability!
Watch Paul Akers’ Video on Becoming a Lean Thinker.
When you’re ready to learn new improvement strategies, start at the Continuous Improvement Conference. Here you can learn and network with some of the most innovative thinkers in the field. Paul Akers will also be there to dive deeper into this topic with his keynote presentation, Seeing Waste Like You've Never Seen It Before.
Becoming a Lean thinker means that you can recognize the opportunities for improvement within your facility and be on your way to greater efficiency and profitability.
For more information and to register for the 2015 Continuous Improvement Conference, April 12–15, in Minneapolis, MN, visit www.ci.printing.org.