Work That Makes Sense – Wins the Shingo Prize

July 27, 2011

We are very pleased to announce that our dear friend Dr. Gwendolyn Galsworth latest breakthrough book Work That Makes Sense: Operator-led Visuality has won the prestigious Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award .

Work That Makes Sense is THE book on how to implement, coach, support and sustain visual-inventiveness on the operator-level. The result? A 15% to 30% gain in productivity and a spirited, engaged, and aligned work culture.

Work That Makes Sense is an implementation manual for operators that equip them to lead and build a visual transformation in their own work areas. The book is in eleven chapters across four sections, populated by hundreds of full-color examples of actual visual solutions-and leadership tasks that help define support behaviors for senior leaders and supervisors.

280 pages with 550 full-color photographs and 50 full-color figures & charts.

To help celebrate we are offering 20% of the list regular price.

Regular price $55, Celebration price $44!

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