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The PCDA Cycle for Manufacturing Facilities

The PCDA Cycle for Manufacturing Facilities

Continuous improvement methods work best when time is given for appropriate planning and follow-up evaluation. One improvement tool that works well in manufacturing and industrial facilities is the PCDA Cycle. This method relies on four basic steps to target specific... Continue reading →
Implementing Kanban With Visual Cues

Implementing Kanban With Visual Cues

In any industrial facility, communication and visual cues can improve day-to-day operations—but what process is best for your facility? In facilities that struggle with production backlogs, excess waste, or defective products coming off the line, a visual management... Continue reading →
Glossary of Lean and 5S Terminology

Glossary of Lean and 5S Terminology

Lean and 5S strategies can help improve organization and streamline processes, but what does all of the terminology mean? When you’re trying to understand the basics of the 5S Methodology and Lean Manufacturing, it may help to begin with the definitions of the parts... Continue reading →
Visual Communication and Kaizen: A Perfect Match

Visual Communication and Kaizen: A Perfect Match

Kaizen is a continuous improvement strategy for updating manufacturing processes and working practices in industrial facilities. When implementing Kaizen, some of the top tools you have at your disposal are floor marking tape, signs, and other visual cues.  Explore... Continue reading →
What is Kaizen and How Do You Implement the Method

What is Kaizen and How Do You Implement the Method

From manufacturing processes and time management techniques to communication methods and visual cues, there’s always room for improvement in every industrial facility. But, employees may resist change, and new, large-scale updates to processes can take time to catch... Continue reading →
Carpet Tape for Indoor Directional Cues

Carpet Tape for Indoor Directional Cues

Providing safety instructions or directional cues is just as important in carpeted locations as it is in areas with non-carpeted flooring—but how do you provide these messages where floor tape won’t stick? Carpeted spaces can still benefit from floor tape for visual... Continue reading →