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Visual Management & Kanbans

Visual Management & Kanbans

Visual Management & Kanbans

Professor Malcolm Keif
Professor Malcolm Keif
on behalf of Printing Industries of America

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Launch date: 03 Jan 2015

Expiry Date: 22 Jan 2030

Last updated: 16 Oct 2017

Reference: 134211

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Visual Management & Kanbans
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Description

This module introduces the learner to visual management principles for printing. Further, the module provides instruction on flow and kanbans, an important tool for managing inventory and replenishment.

Objectives

Objectives
The objective of this module is to help the learning understand:
1. Why visual management is so important.
2. Ways to implement visual management.
3. Why inventory and WIP should be minimized.
4. Using Kanbans to minimize inventory and to replenish inventory.
Professor Malcolm Keif

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Professor Malcolm Keif
on behalf of Printing Industries of America

Malcolm G. Keif is a Professor in the Graphic Communication Department at Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, Calif. Cal Poly is recognized among the leading Universities for print and packaging.
Malcolm oversees instruction in Flexographic plating and press operations at Cal Poly, as well as teaches Quality Management, Printed Electronics, Cost Estimating, Packaging Workflow and Lean Management. With more than 25 years of experience, Malcolm is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and contributor to numerous industry publications.
He is the author of three books: Setup Reduction for Printers, Lean Printing: Pathway to Success, and Designer’s Postpress Companion.
Malcolm received his Ph.D. in 1995 from University of Missouri. In 2004, Malcolm was selected as the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation’s Educator of the Year.

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Professor Kevin Cooper

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