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Archive for Lean Kids

Meet Dax, a lean maniac!

Dax sent us this video showing all his Lean improvements to his workbench. The sky is the limit for Dax!

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You’re never too young for making shop improvements!

Allen Bonthuis sent us this video and said, “You and 2 second Lean are a great inspiration to me working in the agricultural field and trying to help my customers get started in Lean. You have also inspired me to take Lean into my own woodshop and there are some videos of that coming soon to YouTube and Facebook. What I wanted to share with you today though is my fun day in the shop with my grandson yesterday. He started asking questions about my new work table and why I was taking apart my old work bench and well you can see for yourself what happened…”

MagBand to the rescue!

William Bailey fixes what bugs him by using a FastCap MagBand to keep his pen exactly where he needs it!

Laser Focus Math

Jonathan Schwartz, math & engineering teacher at Colfax High School, sent us this video showing the projects used to teach math. If only he was my math teacher!!!

Elementary School With Standing Desks

People always ask me why do we stand up at FastCap. Is there any empirical data that suggest that it’s a better way to work? Maybe we have a little bit of the answer in this quick article.

Collier Kids Improvement

The Collier Kids show their daily improvement for their room. Way to go!!! It is crazy when you think about kids learning lean. Teaching them to appreciate quality processes, which will improve their life indefinitely!

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Kids Organizing Cupboards

If only adults were as adaptive, innovative, & curious as children!

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William Bailey Respect

William Bailey shows how you should leave things better than you found them… Even though it was him who created the mess!

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Lean Challenge

Paul Akers and Gregory van Duyse challenge the students at van Duyse Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute in Benin, Africa to 3S every single day (Sweep, Sort and Standardize).

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Never Too Young To Start Lean

Stefan sent us these photos and said: “Here is a picture of my daughter Angelina. I thought you might with to have a visual for your group morning meeting. Since I read your book “2 Second Lean” I actually know what your morning meeting is all about.

You’re never too young to start lean!!!  Way to go Angelina!!!




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