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Understand the ideas, goals of Lean Visual Management & 5S. The 4 Phases to Visual Management explained by Nilesh Arora, a founder of AddValue Consulting Inc. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Introduction of Lean Visual Management - ADDVALUE - Nilesh Arora


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TFM / Visual Management
by
Best Performing Consulting Organization
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Visual Management
  • Visual management is a workplace that is a
    self-ordering, self-explaining, self-regulating
    and self-improving environment where what is
    suppose to happen does, on time, every time
    because of visual solutions
  • What gets measured displayed gets done
  • It makes it easy to understand the processes
    which have been put into place
  • Basic types
  • Shadow boards
  • Indicators on various items e.g. gauges
  • Heijunka boards showing the status of daily
    schedules
  • Design pull systems (Kanban)

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Visual Management Goals
  • Make everyones job easier
  • Give all associates a high degree of ownership in
    their work, and pride in their workplace
  • Increase communication by making information
    easier to understand
  • Improve company overall success

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Two Tools of Visual Management
Displays To make staff aware of related data and
information charts, graphs etc
Controls To guide the action of staff members
sign boards, dos and donts signs
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Benefits
  • Leads to information sharing.
  • Facilitates worker autonomy.
  • Supports elimination of waste.
  • Continuous improvement.
  • Exposes abnormalities.
  • Enables quick response recovery.
  • Promotes prevention.

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3 BASIC STEPS REQUIRED
  • There are three basic steps
  • Organise the workplace using 5S
  • Ensure that all required work standards,
    instruction and related information are clearly
    displayed in workplace
  • Control workplace processes by exposing and
    stopping errors and by preventing future
    occurrences

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The 4 Phases to Visual Management
Visual Management
Visual Measures
Visual Display
Workplace Organization
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1. Workplace Organization
  • Includes implementing 5S in an organization

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5S
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SIERI
RED TAG Area
Name Date Removal Date Location Reason for
X-Tag
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Seiton- Floor marking guideline 1/2
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Seiton- Floor marking guideline 2/2
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Seiso 1/3
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Seiso 2/3
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Seiso 3/3
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Seiketsu
A Place For Everything
  • Even rags, gloves, and trash

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Shitsuke 1/3
Visual Ranges Make It Easier to Sustain
5S checklist
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Shitsuke 2/3
Visual Ranges Make It Easier to Sustain
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Shitsuke 3/3
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2. Visual Display
  • A method to visually communicate important
    information in the workplace
  • Information regarding
  • How to do the job (SOP)
  • Show how things are used
  • Show where things are stored
  • Show performance status
  • Identify hazardous areas

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Visual Display
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Visual Display
Components Kanban What, Where, and How many
This location is exclusively for fire safety
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Examples of Andon
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Preventive Maintenance through Visual Management
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SMED trolley contains all the tools required to
perform quick changeover. SMED trolley has been
parked only in the right area
Responsibility has been assigned to Shift Fitter
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Product Display Example
Sample assemblies are added to display every 2
hours
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Visual Management Pigments stored in all the
containers are visible and known
Transparent containers
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Example of Visual
Management
Work Instructions
Information Board
Floor Labelling
T P M Checklist
VM in service centre
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3. Visual Measure
To develop Visual Measures decide . . .
  • What needs to be measured ?
  • Who is the user / audience ?
  • How often do we take the data ?
  • Who will do the tracking ?
  • How will we display data so that it speaks ?
  • Where do we best locate the display ?

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Example of Visual Control
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Examples of Production Inventory Control
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PokaYoke - Visual Control
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4. Visual Management
  • Using the information provided by visuals to make
    informed and proper decisions or judgments daily
  • Visual Management For
  • Workplace - Storage
  • Safety - Equipment
  • Operations - Quality
  • Status
  • Distinguish between what is and is not normal
  • Make waste and abnormalities obvious to everyone
  • Constantly uncover needs for improvement
  • Help make each persons job easier
  • Involve everyone

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Are WE Hitting the Target?
Do Our Visuals
  • Give you the information needed to make proper
    decisions?
  • Make abnormalities and problems obvious?
  • Promote communication and employee involvement?
  • Make everyone's jobs easier?
  • Recognize achievements and improvements?

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Examples
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