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The Way We Do Work

By Mark Thompson | November 16, 2020

Leadership standard work must become “the way we do work.” Practices such as Gemba walks helps leaders engage lean management processes and work with the team to identify ways to make improvements. Rhonda Kovera is at it again with her new article on Leadership Standards. She takes a moment to discuss the importance of implementing…

Effective, Efficient Inventory Starts with Visual Signals

By Mark Thompson | October 19, 2020

Traditional inventory systems “push” material from one operation/department to the next and do not consider customer orders or demand. This can result in more inventory on hand than needed and increased waste. Rhonda Kovera will show you a better way. When you go to the LinkedIn article, make sure to click the follow button to…

Becoming Lean In Uncertain Times

By Mark Thompson | October 19, 2020

Rhonda Kovera put together a wonderful Article about the importance of lean during uncertain times. This piece is loaded with ideas and understandings of why lean is important to ride out periods where business might be slow or unstable. When you click to read about the article, please make sure to follow Rhonda Kovera on…

Check Out Our New Look at MODEX 2020!

By Mark Thompson | February 25, 2020

Visual Workplace, Inc. has a new look! Stop by our booth at MODEX 2020 and meet Lauren and Bruce in person. They will be at booth 7048 and will have our Visual Sign Shop, Overlays, Custom Signs and many other products for you to enjoy. King / Queen of Lean – when you stop by…

Continuous Improvement Tools for Visual Management

Tools that Generate Sustainable Results with Visual Management

By twalter | February 24, 2020

Visual Management is a the most effective tools for identifying and eliminating waste.  Without the right tools our teams cannot find problems and make improvements.  Visual Management uses displays, visual controls, signs, scoreboards, and signals to communicate in real time, allowing problems to be identified.  We cannot eliminated the problem if we can’t see it.…

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