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Continuous Improvement Gallery

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An example that uses Force Field Analysis to decide whether to implement a content management system or not.

 
An example that uses Force Field Analysis to decide whether to employ an internal or an external consultant.

 
Sorting and setting in order phases.

 
A Red Tag is a labeling tool used in the Sorting phase.

 
Indicate minimum and maximum levels clearly.

 
Divide the workplace into zones and allocate people to take charge of each zone.

 
Machine cleaning and lubrication check sheets.

 
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.

 
A RAID log in its simplest form.

 
Example of a Project Closure Template.

 
Example of a Project Charter Template.

 
A SMART checklist helps to ensure that the goals are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time bound.

 
Example of a pugh matrix table.

 
Example of a pugh matrix to select the best concept from among three alternatives.
The four quadrants of the importance urgency matrix.
Personal activities sorted in the importance urgency matrix.
Job-related activities sorted in the importance urgency matrix.

 
The four quadrant matrix is used to analyze the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats involved in any business strategic planning.

 
The four quadrant matrix is used to prioritize work and personal activities based on the Eisenhower method.

 
The four quadrant matrix is used to classify stakeholders according to the power they hold and how likely they are to be interested in a project.

 
The four quadrant matrix is used to select the projects that will have the greatest impact with the least amount of money, time or effort.

 
The four quadrant matrix is used to select the appropriate methodology for problem solving and process improvement.