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Jake Snyder

Jake is a design engineer and is one of the firm’s staunchest advocates for Lean implementation on design projects. Jake has also been an office leader in the firm’s own adoption of Lean principles. A Lean Healthcare Yellow Belt and Six Sigma Green Belt, Jake has already created measurable improvement using Lean methods at one of the nation’s premiere healthcare projects, the Simon Family Tower project at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. Jake is recognized for his work within complex environments that require creative, high-performance engineering solutions.
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When Kaizen Boards and Spreadsheets Fail

February 11, 2020

When we first began Kaizen, or Continuous Improvement, at BSA LifeStructures, we used a Kaizen Board in a common area to engage one...

What I’d Do Differently: Continuous Improvement at BSA LifeStructures

September 17, 2015

We began our continuous improvement journey at BSA LifeStructures in earnest about nine months ago. In that time, we’ve established pockets...

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