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Using color coded cleaning equipment along with tool shadow boards is a great method for organizing your shop floor and sustaining your 5S Shine program. Our Custom Project Experts can help you easil…

Posted by David Visco on March 3, 2015 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Using color coded cleaning equipment along with tool shadow boards is a great method for organizing your shop floor and sustaining your 5S Shine program. Our Custom Project Experts can help you easily design these boards and help you develop a color coded program. Learn more…

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Improve your Shine program

Posted by David Visco on March 3, 2015 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Using color coded cleaning equipment along with tool shadow boards is a great method for organizing your shop floor and sustaining your 5S Shine program. Our Custom Project Experts can help you easily design these boards and help you develop a color coded program. Learn more…

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We all want to be validated

Posted by David Visco on February 23, 2015 at 11:45am 0 Comments

"On the last episode of her show, Oprah Winfrey said that after 25 years of interviews the one thing all of her guests had in common was the need to be validated. Recognition is an inherent need in all of us. Awards are badges of honor, they are acknowledgements before your peers that you did something better than everyone else." From They Can't Eat You by Marc Sparks.

How are you going to award your best performers? It doesn't take a lot of effort on your part however the results are…

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The KEY to Sustaining

Posted by David Visco on February 11, 2015 at 9:36am 0 Comments

Accountability is key to sustaining any improvement. As John Maxwell, Leadership Guru, states "It's pretty tough to encourage accountability if no one knows what he or she is responsible for. Take away any confusing gaps in responsibility, and your people will adapt to new roles and grow in their current ones. The entire team will benefit. People are more likely to own up to a problem when they know what they own." 

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