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What is a printed whiteboard?

A printed whiteboard shows what you need it to. In other words, it is a normal whiteboard but with information you choose printed on it. In short, to show exactly the information you need. Furthermore, make a standard whiteboard into a tool to help you work better. Your whiteboard works for you and your processes. There are a number of options for creating your own one.

January 2nd, 2021|Categories: Dry wipe, Resources, Whiteboards|

What is an SQDC Board?

Above all, your SQDC Board provides an instant visual assessment. SQDC is a daily management process. It continuously tracks Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost. Use your SQDC board to visually represent this management process. Most importantly, show your status for each process.

December 30th, 2020|Categories: Continuous Improvement, Dry wipe, Resources, Status boards|

Printed whiteboard examples

These printed whiteboard examples show the many different ways they work. Above all, a printed whiteboard delivers flexibility. Firstly, this is because it is dry wipe. Therefore, it is very easy to update. For busy areas, choose options to protect the written content on your whiteboard. Secondly, use magnetic status dials to add clarity. Finally, choose labels and other accessories to further bring your whiteboard to life.

December 28th, 2020|Categories: Dry wipe, KPI Board, Resources, Whiteboards|

What is a KPI Board?

A KPI Board tracks your Key Performance Indicators (or targets) in a visual way. Most importantly, this enables you to make smart decisions. Above all, your KPI Board provides an instant visual reference for the status of each target. Tracking KPIs is a daily management process. It drives improvements in the adaptive workplace.

December 23rd, 2020|Categories: KPI Board, Resources|

Reduce Waste with Visual Management

Firstly, make your purpose clear: reduce waste. Secondly, take steps to tackle every form of waste. In other words, audit your workplace purely in terms of waste reduction. Then, identify the areas where you need to take action. Finally, use visual management boards to set, monitor and meet waste reduction targets. Above all, take action everyday to reduce waste.

August 24th, 2020|Categories: Resources|

Continuous Improvement in action

Our boards are updateable, editable and come with a range of accessories so they bring your Continuous Improvement strategy to life. Here’s how our boards work for you

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