By making KPIs, targets and scores visual, data is displayed for the team(s) to see – displaying clearly and easily what needs to be achieved.2.Creates visual thinkers
By implementing visual management into the workplace, you are embedding a culture change and empowering your employees to think differently and more efficiently.
3.The physical work environment ‘speaks’
As well as the cultural environment changing within the workplace, it will also affect the physical environment too. Your workplace comes alive with visual management telling the story.
4.Bottom line improvement
With staff feeling empowered, there will inevitably be bottom line improvement; staff working in the same direction, knowing what’s important and knowing they can make a difference to achieve results.
Correctly deployed HSE visual management increases awareness amongst the whole company. This will provide the company with clarity around Health & Safety and the current performance on the site. A simple yet powerful measure often displayed within visual management is Time Since Last – Lost Time Incident (LTI)
With everyone working together, on the same page, and towards the same goals, the company as a whole will be more aligned to what’s important. Have you got visual management? Is it aligned to the overall Company Mission?
7.The secret weapon to make Lean work
When visual management is implemented alongside a Lean strategy, it is proven to boost the success of Lean programmes, which otherwise may fail. Working with clients across training, consulting and products, visual management is key to ensuring long term success of Lean in your workplace.