Above all, show what good looks like and how to achieve it. Furthermore, make clear what defects to avoid. So define an area where quality rules. To clarify, make a quality checkpoint near your process. Most importantly, this is where quality checks happen.
How to show what good looks like
In short, show what good looks like by creating a quality check station. Above all, show your quality standards in a way that’s immediately clear. Furthermore, accessible to all, at a glance.
Most importantly, therefore show what good looks like. In other words, set your quality standard visually. Therefore, show what good looks like using pictures. Likewise, say what good is using the most relevant information. Above all, make your own quality rules clear.
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In addition to showing what good looks like, it works well to show defects too. In other words, show what bad looks like. Furthermore, explain how to avoid defects. Use colour coding to help. Therefore, for example, use Green to show what good looks like. Similarly, on the other hand, use red text to show defects to avoid.
A further tip is to make your quality check station stand out. Therefore, make it outstanding! Clear, bright and engaging visuals are key.
Show what good looks like across your site
Make site wide Quality Station checkpoints. So, introduce quality stations at numerous checkpoints on site. Above all, make everyone on site aware of what good looks like. Most importantly, this works to achieve site wide quality standards.
Furthermore, give checkpoints a distinct appearance so they stand out.