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Definition: One Point Lesson (OPL)
One point lesson (OPL) is a simple yet powerful operational tool used to educate operators in an organization and improve product or service quality. The main point of learning for a particular process is written in one to two sentences, accompanied by simplified but explanatory diagrams. An ideal one-point lesson should be prepared within half an hour, comprehended in 10 minutes and have 80% diagrams and 20% text.