How Practical Problem Solving boards work
Use your Practical Problem Solving or PPS board in a number of ways. Firstly, for example, identify and show the problem. Secondly, categorise the issues in a visual way. Perhaps, for example, using the 4M method. This, for instance, defines categories as: Material, Method, Machine, Man.
Meanwhile, analyse underlying cause(s) of problems. Furthermore, come up with countermeasures and share them on your PPS board. Subsequently, put those countermeasures into action. After that, assess targets and evaluate results. Use visual board accessories to do this in a highly visual way. Finally, use findings to learn, and move forward….