This chapter discusses implementing the enhancements the team came up within the brainstorming sessions. It also discusses creating standard work based on manning and ensuring visuals are in place, and start thinking about the required metrics to monitor total-value flow performance going forward. Keep in mind that Lean is one of the most flexible manufacturing systems going. It allows managers, by means of standard work, to add personnel to the total-value flow in times of peak need. Lean places primary responsibility for quality and workmanship of product with the operator who made the part. Keep in mind that Lean has an ideal goal, never achievable but always the object of the pursuit: eliminating all waste activities. Lean places primary responsibility for quality and workmanship of product with the operator who made the part. Many Lean facilities have visual signaling systems that trigger a response when a worker in a production cell is stopped by a problem.