How to stop compile a checklist with the Kamishibai board for TPM (Total Productive Maintenance).
A great solution to eliminate writing and overprocessing in TPM tasks.
Kamishibai (紙芝居, paper drama):
Originally Buddhist paper theater performance for children.
At Toyota, this tool is used for visual management,
where cards with an audit or problem-related information are on board.
Here an example:
If a card has been turned on the green side the task or audit it is completed.
If a card has been turned on the red side the task or audit it is completed.
To have further information on the Kamishibai Lean Meaning you can
visit this Lean Glossary
An application for Layered Audit
I have discovered a book on Amazon on this topic.
Kamishibai Boards: A Lean Visual Management System That Supports Layered Audits
This book explains how to use this visual management system
to identify normal conditions versus abnormal conditions in your organization.
Filled with easy-to-follow instructions that require minimal training,
it outlines a layered audit system for sustaining continuous improvement
that can be applied to any organization in any industry.
I have not read the book yet …
If you have read the book you can leave the comment below and let us know 🙂