I’ve been using visual management daily for several years now, and I still keep finding new advantages to it. It makes the process operable and operation modes and interactions visible. It contributes to transparency and, consequently, confidence within the company. Finally, it helps to make problems visible, to deal with them, and to ensure that team activities are in sync with the operational reality. Less known is the fact that visual management brings a different cognitive approach that fosters a more effective manager/employee relationship. And this is essential as far as change management is concerned.