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We all know visual management boards are an important part of a Lean Management System, but how do you start. This Lean Minute video provides some practical tips on how to get your visual management board started in a way that engages your people.
This Lean Minute focuses is on lean visual controls in the office, with a particular focus on how the work flows.The challenge is to achieve the customer satisfaction that is desired by the business leaders. In the office this is often to ensure that the work flow is visual.
How do you design an efficient warehouse layout to maximise flow and productivity? Learn how the TXM Plant Layout Development Process is a highly effective way to design productive warehouse layout.
How do you bring the pace of the customer in to your business so see if you are keeping up? Following on his video about Level Production, Senior Consultant, Greg Boek explains the five steps to establishing a pacemaker that … Read more
Imagine if you printed out every file and photo in your computer system and email and dumped them on your office floor. It would probably make a huge pile and most of it would be waste. In this Lean Minute Video, Roger Crothers explains how to reduce your personal stress and increase your productivity with a Virtual 5S cleanup of your files, folders and emails.
TXM Lean Minute – How to Design Effective Visual Management Boards to Drive Improved Business Performance
If takt time is the heart of lean production, visual management represents the nervous system in lean management. Visual management is an indispensable tool when we implement Lean. It helps the other lean tools become more powerful by making their impact on the business visual. In this Lean Minute video, TXM China Consulting Director, Justin Tao, explains how to design and effective Visual Management Board.
Many businesses have found that having quick daily stand up meetings around a visual management board is an excellent way to engage shop floor teams in improving business performance. In this Lean Minute video, Michelle Brown explains how daily "stand up" meetings and visual management boards can be just as valuable for office teams as they are in the factory, warehouse or workshop.
Levelling work enables you see the status of production in real time and gets products and services to your customers on time every time. In this Lean Minute, TXM Senior Consultant, Greg Boek, explains the secrets of levelling production and creating a visual work flow.
Value Stream Mapping is a great tool for understanding your business.. Building a value stream map based on superficial or incorrect information not only will lead to a poor result, it also fails to show respect to the people who do the work. In this Lean Minute, TXM Consulting Director, Anthony Clyne explains why it is important to engage your people in developing a value stream map.
Adults learn by doing. We call this active experimentation. In this Lean Minute video, Anthony Clyne explains how you can engage your team in using active experimentation to innovate and improve your business.