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An example of a mind map that was created to help remembering the continuous improvement tools and techniques.
An example of a mind map that was created to organize perspectives and objectives using the balanced scorecard strategic management approach.
An example of a mind map that was created to help remembering personal development tools and techniques.
The use the three-point identification system in 5S (rack-row-column). You may also include aisles in the identification.
The use of a duty schedule in 5S to show which tasks must be performed, when, and by whom.
The use of a red tag as a labeling tool in the Sorting phase in 5S.
The use of colors and labels to define inventory levels and reorder triggers.
Dividing the workplace into zones in 5S and allocate people to take charge of each zone.
A Machine cleaning/lubrication check sheet is an example of standardization in 5S
A Gantt chart that uses the traffic light colors to indicate the status of activities and milestones in a project.
A map that uses the traffic light colors to indicate the areas which have the most safety incidents resulted in lost time.
A worksheet that uses the traffic light colors to assess the skills of employees and training needs.
Andon display uses traffic light signals to communicate production information on the shop floor.
A RAID dashboard which summarizes the details of a supply chain project.
A RAID log which summarizes the details of a supply chain project.