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Part of being the best at what we do, as well as working with some of the largest manufacturing brands in the world, is that we’re able to constantly expand our Lean knowledge in order to help our clients to succeed at what they do! We were lucky enough to be invited to join Nissan at their Sunderland Manufacturing Plant for an in-depth factory tour and workshop session with the Nissan Kaizen Team and other businesses looking to make Lean work for them…
Working on some of the largest infrastructure projects the Network Rail team have faced in recent years, Clarity Visual Management worked alongside the teams at Network Rail in order to design and implement visual management that engages the workforce and makes a huge difference through real-world, tangible results. Explore more in our case study on the continuing work we’re designing and implementing with the Network Rail teams which is now live!
Showcasing their industry expertise for the second time at the Manufacturing Management Show, Clarity Visual Management are excited to once again exhibit at the UK’s only show dedicated solely to manufacturing management. Live across the 22nd and 23rd November 2017 at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, Clarity aims to once again be the talk of the show through their unmatched knowledge of making visual management a success and making Lean work in businesses across every industry sector.
What is visual management? How do you define it? These are questions we get asked a lot here at Clarity so we wanted to ensure everyone has a clear understanding of this vital Lean tool! Implementing visual management is a sure-fire way of maximising your staff engagement and making the most of your Lean activities. Read more from Clarity and learn exactly how we define visual management…
When we were given the opportunity to work with a key NHS Hospital put into special measures by the Care Quality Commission we jumped at the chance to be able to provide a unique consultancy service, coupled with our high-quality, engaging products. Read more about how our bespoke service enabled this hospital to totally turnaround their fortunes and how you and your business can benefit from the unrivalled knowledge and expertise provided by Clarity Visual Management in our case study which is now live.
Here at Clarity, we’re thrilled when we get the opportunity to solve a visual management problem and that’s exactly what happened when worldwide logistics company DPD set us the task of coming up with an innovative solution to their problem of implementing visual management on a line where space is at a premium! The case study detailing our innovative solution is now live on ClarityVM.com!
Working tirelessly to enable our customers to improve their business through visual management is what we do here at Clarity. Recently, we’ve made some changes of our own and we think it’ll truly show you what Clarity is all about! We have worked with countless national and international businesses and brands and used this experience to create a website built around you, our valued clients.
We can trace the history of Lean all the way back to the 1500’s! Flow Production can be seen in the methods of the Venetian Arsenal who introduced assembly lines when creating standardised boats moving through assembly stations. Read more and learn about Lean history.
Visual Management is a proven Lean tool to support and sustain your businesses continuous improvement programme – effective visual management plays a huge role in engaging staff and instilling a real culture of communication and improvement.
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