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Old 16th November 2005, 08:11 AM
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Leading by example will always be the best way to get people moving in the desired direction. Too bad we don't see it more often.

/Claes
I agree.

I once saw a company president using the best motivator I had seen toward starting a 5-S program. One day he showed up at shift change at one of the busiest, dirtiest and most disorganized areas of the plant. He didn't say a word to anybody, but just got a broom out and started sweeping. The first day people were kind of stunned and just watched. He came back the second day and a few people joined in. He continued doing this for a week until it got to the point that when he came out people were already hard at work and there wasn't any cleaning for him to do. The next week he then started sorting and removing unnessary things and organizing the shop. Soon the shop was following 5S principles without anyone ever saying anything about 5S.

There were no slogans, no anouncements, no meetings, no banners just leadership by example.
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Old 16th November 2005, 08:28 AM
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Pl see more 5 S slides
Rangish
It dosent let me open the Presentation. Infact any of the PPt posted on this site.What can the reason be?

Abbeyabhi
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Old 16th November 2005, 08:35 AM
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The first day people were kind of stunned and just watched.
Wow! That must have been amazing to watch. I can imagine the looks on peoples faces Yes, that was a brilliant example.

/Claes
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Old 16th November 2005, 08:49 AM
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What if Deming is wrong and others like Crosby are right? There seems to be a knee jerk reaction to accept things just because Deming says so. Deming was a great teacher and there is great value in following his example. There is however also value in other approaches too though.
I agree. I personally believe that Crosby, to use your example, has done more harm than good, but that's not to say that there's no redeeming value in his products. Whenever the subject of slogans comes up I always think of the story about astronaut Gus Grissom told by Tom Wolfe in The Right Stuff.

In 1959 the original seven Mercury astronauts were visiting the General Dynamics plant in San Diego where the Mercury program's Atlas rockets were being manufactured. They did the obligatory plant tour, then gave little rah-rah speeches to an assemblage of plant workers. Grissom, a taciturn individual for whom public speaking was anathema, followed a rousing speech by John Glenn with a four-word masterpiece: "Well...," he stammered, "Do good work!" Wolfe described the workers' reaction:
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They started cheering as if they’d just heard the most moving and inspiring message of their lives: "Do good work!" After all, it’s little Gus’ @ss on top of our rocket!
Soon "do good work!" became a rallying cry, and soon there was a huge banner over the main production floor with those three words on it.

The point is, you shouldn't do anything just because someone famous said you should. Do what makes sense in your situation. And of course, do good work.
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Old 16th November 2005, 08:57 AM
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It dosent let me open the Presentation. Infact any of the PPt posted on this site.What can the reason be?

Abbeyabhi
There are versions of Microsoft Office that are regional - That could be the problem. I assume you have Powerpoint or the viewer installed on your computer.
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Old 16th November 2005, 09:07 AM
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There are versions of Microsoft Office that are regional - That could be the problem. I assume you have Powerpoint or the viewer installed on your computer.
There are different versions with regard to language, but file formats are the same in all versions, afaik. It's more likely that abbeyabhi is using an old version of PP and trying to open files created in more recent versions. Here's a link to the free PP viewer which should do the trick:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
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Old 9th January 2006, 06:33 AM
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Hi
We implemented 5s some 2years ago and we used the following slogans

SORT
SPARKLE
STORE
STANDARDISE
SUSTAIN
JJ
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Old 9th January 2006, 08:58 AM
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Slogans

Well, when I was a chield, I loved slogans. You know, I grew up in siocialism.
It was so nice to hear "There is no more exploitation, men by men".
Then I grew up, and the ilusions flown away.
That is what I think about slogans. Depends on people state of mind.
Hovewer, I found to which may be usable:
Strategies do not eliminate waste, people do.(maybe somebody's quote)
When in doubt, throw it out.

György
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