If possible, find a mentor to help you set up your daily management system. This may be a consultant, a new hire, or someone already within the company.
Choose an area to be a pilot for your daily management system. The area should have a strong leader and a receptive team. Areas in crisis are a bad idea, as the extra stress can make the change hard to manage.
Document and refine your daily management processes.
Roll out daily management throughout your organization.
Use our Daily Management Worksheet to quickly calculate the data needed on your daily management board. It determines capacity based on available staff, and projects how much production work should be completed. It also tracks and highlights variance.