GA 192 | How to Use Visual Management with Julie Lushbough

This week’s guest is Julie Lushbough. Julie works for Hallmark and shared her lean journey with us, including her experience using visual management. An MP3 version of this episode is available for download here.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • A quote that inspires Julie (2:42)
  • Julie’s background (3:59)
  • What Julie is working on (6:05)
  • Where Julie’s lean journey started (9:06)
  • The problem she and her team are trying to solve with visual management (9:56)
  • How they started (13:20)
  • Using colors (14:40)
  • Some of the challenges involved (17:28)
  • How often they meet (20:46)
  • The results (22:05)
  • Julie’s advice (24:09)
  • What “Respect for People” means to Julie (26:28)
  • The best advice Julie has ever received (28:24)
  • What Julie is most proud of as it relates to lean (29:33)
  • Final words of wisdom (32:01)

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What Do You Think?

How do you/have you use(d) visual management?

1 Comment

  1. Ann Hamon

    May 19, 2021 - 8:08 pm
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    I believe visual aid is a good thing. People seem to understand visual items or pictures more than just reading a long plan. Using visual aid makes thing more simple. Yes, I am working on a visual aid , to where to return over flow tape guns. silhouettes of tape guns will be put in place with a hanger for the tape guns to be replaced after uses on an 5S board.

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