Work That Makes Sense: Operator-Led Visuality
by Gwendolyn Galsworth’s
Learn how to go beyond 5S—to train, implement, coach, support, and sustain visual inventiveness on the operator-level. This is a must-read for all levels of the organization. Based on nearly 30 years in the field, author Galsworth provides value-add associates with a methodology and over 500 full-color actual visual solutions for converting their own work areas into visual workplaces.
The result? Visuality becomes the embedded language of operational excellence—and the workplace speaks. Work That Makes Sense is addressed directly to the real experts of day-to-day work in your company—front-line associates—showing them what a visual workplace is, why it is important to their daily work, and how to create one. Bonus material spells out sixteen key tasks for leaders so they can pro-actively coach and support the conversion.
Brent Allen, VP/Operations at Lifetime Products (Salt Lake City), writes: “I’ve been a student of management for 30 years, read countless management books and gone to innumerable conferences. I have never found a better, more powerful system of transformation than Galsworth’s. This comes through on every page of this book. She does that better than anybody.”
- Paperback: 280 pages
- Publisher: Visual-Lean Enterprise Press; 1st edition (2011)
- Language: English