DMS is a fundamental part of Lean management and stands for: Daily – every day; Management – ensuring processes are well-designed and perform as intended; Systems – interconnected and reliable practices.
This seemingly simple concept is often glossed over in organizations as nothing more than daily huddles. In reality, it’s a powerful practice that ensures processes perform as intended and barriers to performance are quickly removed.
This course breaks DMS down into four components—standard work, DMS boards and daily huddles, checking, and escalation. Instructor Jennifer Panco delves into each one, providing real-life examples and offering direction for DMS rollouts in a variety of work environments. What you’ll learn:
1. What Daily Management Systems are—and how the various elements work together
2. The benefits of Daily Management Systems
3. What managing work actually means
4. How to begin creating an effective Daily Management System
5. And the role DMS plays in business performance improvement
The uninterrupted viewing time for this course is 1 hour and 13 minutes.
Licenses are valid for one learner only and are not transferable.
What You’ll Earn
When you pass the final exam with a score of 70% or higher, you’ll receive a signed and dated course completion certificate and earn an Achievement Badge.
TKMG Academy Achievement Badges are digital credentials, which verify your continued commitment to learning and development. Learners can share them on LinkedIn and other social sites, and add them to resumes and email signatures, validating their commitment to continuous improvement and growth.
- Lesson 1 – What is Daily Management
- Lesson 2 – Redefining Management
- Lesson 3 – Daily Management System Elements
- Lesson 4 – The DMS Board
- Lesson 5 – DMS Board Sections: Updates and Area Readiness
- Lesson 6 – DMS Board: Daily Performance and Problem Solving
- Lesson 7 – DMS Board: Additional Content
- Lesson 8 – DMS Frontline Huddles
- Lesson 9 – Daily Huddle Standard Work
- Lesson 10 – DMS Checking and Problem Solving
- Lesson 11 – Escalation Path
- Lesson 12 – DMS and Business Performance Improvement
- Lesson 13 – DMS Deployment Considerations
- Lesson 14 – Building DMS Proficiency