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  1. Learn the Kamishibai techniques for creating visual management tools.
  2. Learn how a Kamishibai board functions.
  3. Learn how to engage team members, implement and utilize a Kamichibai Board.


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Kamishibai Boards are used as a visual control for performing specific tasks and/or audits within any process by both work area team members and management. These boards contain two-sided colored Kamishibai cards (red side and green side) to indicate that a task is scheduled (red) or has been completed (green).

Kamishibai Boards are practical visual control tools that assist with the allocation, sequencing, execution, and follow-up of key work routines and tasks. Kamishibai is a Lean Kaizen tool, as part of Lean Visual Management The Kamishibai technique can be used for a near-infinite number of task/audit functions and can be used for daily weekly, monthly, and even quarterly tasks/audits. Kamishibai boards are located at or very near the workplace. They are normally within visible range of the process in the scope of the audit.

Kamishibai Cards look like the Kanban board utilized in Manufacturing processes. In fact, Toyota is widely using the Kamishibai concept to do perform daily, weekly, and monthly audits of their business processes. Usage of Kamishibai Boards found in tackling many business processes and activities in Manufacturing, including production, maintenance, sourcing & procurement, and so forth.

What This Course Provides

This 20-page PowerPoint presentation and course, inclusive of a video on how to create a Leadership Audit Board, provides learners with a thorough understanding of the terminology and methodology associated with Kamishibai Boards. It is presented in FranklinGood's comprehensive and highly visual learning format. This course will help learners understand what Kamishibai Boards are, the scientific rationale why they are beneficial, the approach of engaging the team and building a board. Further, there are a number of examples to build additional understanding and demonstrate their application.

Learning Objectives

•  Learn the Kamishibai techniques for creating Lean Visual Management tools.
•  Learn how to make a Kamishibai Board.
•  Learn how a Kamishibai Board functions.
•  Learn how to engage team members, implement and utilize a Kamichibai Board.
•  Understand the multiple applications for Kamichibai Boards.

Extended Benefits from This Course

Our approach to Kamichibai Boards is very comprehensive. Our Leadership Audit video will quickly expand your understanding of and how to apply Kamichibai techniques to improve your processes. We teach you advanced applications and methods most people are unaware of.

When team members cooperate to create a Kamichibai Board, some very important things tend to occur:

•  A common base of knowledge and understanding is quickly developed about process execution.
•  Every team member contributes.
•  Communication is clear and easily understandable.
•  Problems are surfaced in a "friendly" way, are made visible, and lead to root cause countermeasures.
•  Everyone quickly knows the status of work tasks and activities, are we on track or off track?

Why is a Kamishibai Board used?

Objective of using Kamishibai is not a fault finding process. The proper use of a Kamishibai is to train the mind and eyes of the involved person's to see problems (deviations from the standard output), identify improvements even though these are small, and teach others also to see and solve these kind of problems.

This presentation can also be used as a template for your own business presentations on explaining Kamishibai Boards.

The course also delves into the mechanics of task-oriented applications, emphasizing time-sequenced organization and corrective action logs. Various examples illustrate the versatility and adaptability of Kamishibai Boards to different business needs.

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Source: Best Practices in Kaizen, Visual Workplace PowerPoint Slides: Kamishibai Boards PowerPoint (PPTX) Presentation, FranklinGood


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Author: FranklinGood
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Don Redinius, CEO of FranklinGood, is a globally recognized expert in business and personal performance improvement with a broad base of knowledge, extensive experience and he is an excellent teacher. He has over thirty years of business experience. More than twenty-five years of executive management experience at the VP, Senior VP, President, and CEO level, is a certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt and a Lean Expert. [read more]

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