You have Kanban on your factory shop floor.
Managing your work [removed] reveals how the workflows through your team’s process. This gives you insight into where work gets stuck or blocked, helping you identify opportunities to eliminate waste, improve your processes, and increase efficiency.
Once your Kanban system is in place, it becomes the cornerstone for continuous improvement. Kanban is intended to be an evolution, not a revolution. It encourages an experimental approach where teams improve collaboratively. Knowing the metrics you can measure – and the effects they have on each other – enables you to focus on a specific improvement goal, whether it’s quicker delivery, predictable delivery, or higher quality work.
How did you implement Continuous Improvement once you had Kanban?
Your experience would be a great help.