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The 5S numbers game. This sheet represents our current work place. Our job during a 20 second shift, is to strike out the numbers 1 to 49 in correct sequence. Example: 1 2 3 The team score will be represented by the lowest individual score achieved.

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This sheet represents our current work place.
  • Our job during a 20 second shift, is to strike out the numbers 1 to 49 in correct sequence. Example: 1 2 3
  • The team score will be represented by the lowest individual score achieved.
  • Give the sheets out face down and have someone keep time.
  • Ask each person to call out their individual scores and mark them on a flipchart. Circle the lowest and therefore team score.
  • Ask if they are happy with the score
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48

87

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72

30

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27

3

69

51

21

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18

57

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75

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78

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36

63

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81

42

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84

66

90

53

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68

80

77

86

62

74

29

65

5

41

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35

56

32

89

44

8

83

50

26

47

17

11

38

71

59

14

31

64

49

34

61

7

28

54

40

16

52

58

76

10

22

88

73

85

1

43

4

82

25

13

37

19

67

79

46

70

ROUND 1

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For our first action, we are going to implement 5S in this area.
  • The first step of this is “Sort” and so we have removed from the area all the numbers from 50 to 90 which are not needed.
  • Same rule applies. Strike out numbers 1 to 49 in sequence during a 20 second shift.
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ROUND 2

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Having achieved some improvement, we now need to move onto the next step ”Set In Order”.
  • We have installed some racking, and we have organized the items so that with Number 1 in the bottom left hand corner, the numbers are located from left to right and bottom to top - examples 1 in the bottom left, 2 in the middle, and 3 in the top left.
  • Same rules apply 20 second shift, lowest individual score equals team score etc…
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ROUND 3

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Having now made a significant step forward, and having ignored “Shine” for this exercise, we must “Standardize”.
  • Since we are dealing with numbers 1 to 49 in sequence, it seems logical to re-organize them in a standard way that makes the completion of the work task as easy as possible.
  • This should ensure that everyone is able to complete the task (and therefore produce a team score of 49.)
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Numbers from 1 to 49

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ROUND 4

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To show respect for Standards it is necessary to make the “management” of the area visual.
  • Returning to our original work area, we have for this assignment two numbers missing. We cannot complete the task without these numbers - so first we have to find them.
  • Start a clock running and every 20 seconds, tell them how many “shifts” they have been down looking for the appropriate numbers.
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48

87

45

72

30

33

27

3

69

51

21

24

57

9

75

54

78

6

36

63

60

15

12

81

39

84

66

90

53

2

68

80

77

86

62

74

29

65

5

41

20

23

35

56

32

89

44

8

83

50

26

47

17

11

38

71

59

14

31

64

49

34

61

7

28

54

40

16

52

58

76

10

22

88

73

85

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82

25

13

37

19

67

79

46

70

ROUND 5

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Numbers from 1 to 49

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ROUND 6

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