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Visual Management Workshop

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Phase 2 of Visual Management is … 2 ……

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How do we create Visual Management ?
One phase at a time ...

The 2nd Phase is The 1st Phase is 1

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Visual Display Workplace Organization
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Are we ready for Visual Display ?

Before Visual Display ...

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Phase 2
Definition

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: Visual Display
Information regarding : Safety Quality Operations Equipment Work Environment Progress / Achievements /
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A method to visually communicate important information in the workplace

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Benefits of Visual Display
Makes work safer and easier Communicates information about performance

Makes standards visible Makes problems recognizable Creates a shared knowledge base
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Visual Display tells others

what is important to XXXX
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Types of Visual Display
Begin implementing Visual Display with : Designated Locations
– Indicate danger; Set limits; Make work easier –

Information Boards Work Instructions Checklists
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Start with Designated Locations
Designated Locations: Indicate danger Set limits Tell us what, where, and how many
Designated Locations are the first type of Visual Display to be implemented 1

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Designated Location Example

This location is exclusively for fire safety

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Designated Location Example

Signal

Components Kanban: What, Where, and How many
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Floor Labeling Example

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Designated Location Example

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Would you pay for a dozen eggs ?

Eggs

Grade A

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Designated Location Example

Egg Carton Display
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Designated Location Guidelines
Determine appropriate location for all needed items Designate locations for type and correct number (quantity) of needed items Post visual indicators Create ways to recognize at-a-glance when items are out of place
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Mobile cart provides designated location and point of use flexibility

Could this idea make work easier for anyone in your plant

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Make Visual Display easy, convenient, manageable

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Other types of Visual Display

Work Instructions

Information Board

A T P M ChecklistTPM
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Visual Work Instructions

What do size and placement of work instructions tell us ?

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These color coded work instructions include Pictures

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Product Boundary Sample Display
Increases quality awareness Reduces variation Useful training aid Creates pride in products made
Color Code Legend : Green Yellow Red: : : Good Part / Acceptable Repairable / Marginal Scrap / Not Acceptable / / /
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Raw Material Boundary Samples
Set quality standards Operators make quality decisions Create shared product knowledge

Use photos when actual samples are not practical
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Information Board Examples

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Information Boards

What is the focus of this information board ?

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Performance Level
Goal Current

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Safety Cleaning -Organizing Team Meetings & Activities Environmental Management Management at a Glance Process Capability & Control Problem Solving & Avoidance Coupled Manufacturing Production Scheduling Work Standards Quality System Employee Commitment Supplier Development Knowledge Utilization Skill Versatility & Cross-Training Delivery Performance Preventive Maintenance Quality Assurance Approach Management of Objectives Quick Changeover

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WOR LD CLASS

20 Keys of Continuous Improvement Work Unit

BEST IN CLASS

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TRADITIONAL LEADING LEARNING
1 2 3 4 5 Performance Level

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Performance Level 1
Safety/Health Leadership Vision & Executive Sponsorship Objectives/Improvement Planning Communication Learning & Personal Skills Development Managing Change Team Building / Teamwork Problem Avoidance Idea Implementation New Product/Process Introductions Internal Customer Focus Team Recognition External Customer Focus Supplier Development C I Tool Utilization People Supportive Practices Valuing Continuous Improvement Environment Best Place To Work

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LEADING

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LEARNING

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20 Keys of Site Excellence

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Goal

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Information Board Guidelines

Cell/Unit determines what will be displayed

Make information easy to read and understand

Always post information in same location

Keep the focus clear; don’t overload info
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Keep information current

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Other Types of Visual Display
Status Boards Product Displays Storyboards / Pictures / Electronic Marquees

Business Unit Display
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The best visual displays are easy to understand

Symbols
are easily understood

give immediate status

engage viewer’s attention
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Symbols make status visible and easy to understand

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What other information might be useful here ?

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What do these symbols tell us ?

P1 Device

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Production Status Board managed by team

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Picture Boards Tell Stories

Pictures show, “Who we are” and “What we do” ”

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Pictures Display Before and After

Improvements are easily documented with pictures
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TPM Before and After ( Storyboards ) TPM

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To add impact to visual displays, relate items to a cost

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Product display for waste awareness

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Using Visual Display to show operating supplies cost

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Product Display Example
Sample assemblies are added to display every 2 hours 2

Display used as a problem-solving tool
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Team decision-making tools

How do balance boards and cross training charts become team decision making tools

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Everyone knows “Safety is our Top Priority ”

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Lost Time Accidents
Goal is “Zero Accidents” ” Always keep displays up to date Changing the display daily focuses our attention on safety –daily

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Lighted displays capture attention

What audio warnings exist for safety concerns ?
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These standard lighted displays provide …
Consistency Easy visibility Status at a glance

Problem recognition Team encouragement

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Marquee Information Display

What are other good uses for marquee displays ?
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Visual Displays as A Voice to our Visitors
Share success stories

Recognize team achievements

Communicate pride in our work

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Race to World Class

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Team Competition Display
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Display Team Competition Boards in Team Territory

For long term goals that take longer to achieve, remember to reward for progress along the way
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Team Territory

This area is the team’s domain, but it is seen by all
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Team Territory is a place to ...

hold meetings identify the team exhibit products made be managed by the team communicate team goals display team accomplishments

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Provide teams the territory they need to succeed

Common Territory

Shared Territory
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Team photos personalize this agenda display board

This display board creates awareness of team meeting topics and projects
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Extra !
ARVIN EXHAUST - FRANKLIN PLANT FLOWER - Cosmos

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October 17, 1997

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Plant newspapers provide excellent opportunities for recognition of

PRODUCTION PRESS
BIRTHSTONE - Opal

Happy Birthday
1 0/ 17 1 0/ 18 Audrey Lucas Lula Vandeventer Siberto Gonzales David Koons James Patton 1 0/ 19 1 0/ 21 Judy Hicks Larry Burton Catherine M cTarsney Angie Freeman Douglas Hutcherson David Thomas Travis Burton 1 0/ 22 Phillis Burris Timothy Sneed Lori Smither Tonya Jones W arren Beeler Randy Fisher 1 0/ 23 Debbie W ard On October 10th, the workers involved in the United Way - Pacesetter Campaign at the Franklin Plant, were present for discussion of this year's United Way drive. Those present discussed ideas for future activities in the United Way program at this Plant, and we all wish to Thank those that signed up or increased the contribution to the United Way Drive. The highlight of the lunch meeting was the drawing for the Color TV set that was awarded to a "Contributor", to this years program. The lucky winner was: Keith R. Park - from FPO Second Shift
(pictured above, right, with Facility Manager, Bob Elliott)

UNITED WAY WINNER - TV

employees !

QUOTES OF THE W EEK:
f you feel dog tired, maybe it is because you have growled all day? little kindness may mold a fine character.?

Congratulations Keith !!!!!

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Provide customer recognition

Use banners, logos, product samples, flags, awards and plaques
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Customer Focused Display

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Customer / Supplier Information /

What do we produce? What is it used for / on? Who do we contact if we have problems? Who supplies our materials? Where do our finished goods go?
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Customer / Supplier Display

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What is being produced here ? Where is the product used

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Exhaust assembly display with vehicle application pictures

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How to implement Visual Display
Identify subject to focus on Identify problems or success associated with the subject Identify the audience for visual display Choose the best location for the display Develop and test the display Improve, finalize, and implement the display

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Review

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Does your visual display offer these benefits ?
Communicate information about performance

Make standards visible Makes problems recognizable Make work safer and easier Recognize an achievement Creates a shared knowledge base
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Remember

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Your Visual Displays tell others ...

what is important to XXX
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