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When the writer’s family business wanted to change its factory layout, he used a Lego display to walk employees through the idea — and received many helpful suggestions as a result.
Not everyone learns or understands information as well in the written form. This is a wonderful example of what's deemed the visual workplace; where posters in work areas provide instructions on how to operate a machine. We might liken this strategy to the difference between people who prefers to read instructions on how to put together a product, say a piece of furniture from a place like IKEA, to someone who prefers to look at a series of pictures of how to assemble the entire piece. I, for one, prefer the series of pictures....and there are a lot of us.
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