Visual Management Consultants

Enhance operational transparency and efficiency through clear, intuitive visual communication

Visual Management is a systematic approach that utilises visual aids such as signs, charts, labels, colour coding posters and displays to convey critical information and facilitate efficient decision-making within a manufacturing environment. It transforms complex data and processes into easily understandable visuals, creating a streamlined workflow including schedules, performance tracking and project status. fostering a culture of continuous improvement.

A neat, clean, and well arranged facility is not only an improved condition for workers to do high quality work but is also safer and more productive. It is an essential initial stage in the Lean transformation process.

Not only does it improve efficiency by eliminating waste but it also provides the foundation for creating the leadership model in the workplace. Implementing Visual management systems in your organisation will help front line supervisors to lead a lean organisation.

Activities that are required to perform the day to day work are easily identified and executed. Information is readily available to those who need it in real time and abnormalities are immediately apparent so that they can be addressed quickly.

It has been observed that lots of businesses are now open to implement visual boards in their manufacturing plants or workplaces, including identity boards, safety signs, posters, policies & instructions, compliance boards, instructional boards, evacuation plans, etc.

Benefits of Factory Visual Management


In visual management, dissemination is the process of effectively communicating information to stakeholders within the company by using visual aids like graphs, charts, and diagrams to guarantee comprehension.


Visual management standardization ensures consistent details like labels, color codes, and signage, promoting clear communication for workflow optimization, safety, and inventory management, fostering organizational unity 

company aesthetic

Enhancing visual management aesthetics through improved design of signage, displays, and charts reflects the brand’s identity, elevating workplace ambiance and morale by integrating principles of color, typography, and layout.

Cultural Growth

Cultural growth in visual management entails fostering an environment where diverse perspectives are valued, integrating cultural elements into design, and promoting inclusivity through visual communication strategies.

Our Solutions

Custom Visual Solutions: We design and implement customised visual management systems tailored to your unique manufacturing processes and objectives. From production floor layouts to inventory management boards, we develop visual tools that enhance transparency, organisation, and efficiency.

Standardisation and Consistency: We help standardise visual cues across your facility to ensure consistency in communication and operations. By establishing uniform visual standards, we minimise errors, reduce waste, and promote clarity throughout the manufacturing process.

Training and Implementation Support: Our team provides comprehensive training and implementation support to ensure seamless integration of visual management practices into your organisation. We empower your workforce with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively utilise visual tools and maximise their impact on productivity and performance.

Continuous Improvement: Visual management is not a one-time effort but a journey towards continuous improvement. We assist you in establishing feedback mechanisms and performance metrics to monitor the effectiveness of visual management systems and identify opportunities for further enhancement.

Visual Management & Display Posters

A picture is worth a thousand words. Culture, discipline and standardisation in manufacturing is enabled by repetitive enablement and enforcement of best practices. Employees who are aware of/ know the best practices tend to follow the best practices in manufacturing. The visual management practices (in Japanese: “Mieruka” meaning making something visible) are followed extensively in 4 different types:

Information – General understanding about something

Identification – What is it, a place, an item, a machine, a zone etc.

Instruction – What to do and what not to do. If not followed will result in unfavourable consequences

Planning – How we intent to do and expected outcome

Our approach in the Visual Management Project?

Enhancement in the areas of Productivity, Safety, Quality, Efficiency, Compliance, and Performance Measurement. Additionally, it enhances presentation, accessibility, and visual appeal during client visits and audits. The factory visual management covers effective visual displays in appropriate locations throughout the organisation. In order to raise awareness throughout the company, the visual displays include safety signs, exclusive posters, compliance boards, informative boards, and performance improvement boards.

  • Identification
  • Directional
  • Productivity
  • Quality
  • Cost Saving
  • Speed Improvement
  • Safety
  • Environment
  • Motivational
  • Energy
  • Material Handling
  • Ergonomics
  • Planning Board
  • Instructional
  • Regulatory
  • Improvement Frameworks