- visual learners;
- auditory learners
- kinesthetic learners.
A daily meeting next to a wall with visual management recalls all learning styles—auditive, visual and kinesthetic dimensions that suit all team participants.
Make queues visible—and simple—it will reduce traffic jam in peoples heads.
- is a way to present information visually on a physical material—paper, post-it notes, …;
- sits in a strategic location—a wall close to the team or a whiteboard;
- reaches out to impacted people so they can reach the information easily;
- gives immediate access to the information;
- encourages commitment from all involved;
- attracts people, even from other teams;
- educes interesting and valuable feedback;
- is an excellent tool of communication and collaboration;
- improves team’s ability to take ownership of a task;
- gives immediate view on tasks’ progress;
- increases communication and sharing of information.
- Lean Blog » Mark Graban » Moving from “Visuals” to “Visual Management” and to Broader Lean Thinking
- InfoQ » Bruno Sbille » Leadership Styles and Visual Management (interview)
- Wikipedia » Learning styles
- HBR » Michael Schrage » The Question All Smart Visualizations Should Ask
- Visual Management Blog » Xavier Quesada Allue » Scrum of Scrums: Making it visual
- E-mail Olav Maassen on Digital scrum boards, 2013-08-25