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Lean Six Sigma

A presentation to explain the basic concepts in lean and six sigma
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Kimberly Barnett

on 23 June 2011

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Transcript of Lean Six Sigma

Lean Six Sigma 101 Philosophy History Concepts Approach People Mistake Proofing so...What is it that you do? Define Measure Analyze Improve Control 6σ Lean Lean is eliminating waste.
Six Sigma is eliminating variation. These techniques can be used together
to improve inefficiencies and lower the cost to do business.
This adds value to the customer. Customers,
Who are they? BELTS:
- Yellow
- Green
- Black
- Master Black
What is value? Value is what the customer is willing to pay for.
It can be in the form of providing a product or service. Lean is an approach that requires working together
to continuously improve processes. It requires a commitment
from everyone. Mistake Proofing (Poka Yoke).... 'Quality is everyone's responsibility'
- W Edwards Deming "It is not the EMPLOYER who pays the wages.
He only handles the money.
It is the PRODUCT that pays the wages."
~Henry Ford Six Sigma follows the DMAIC approach.... Lean follows the PDCA model... Tools Sort remove items that are not needed. a place for everything, everything has its place. cleanliness; be proud of your work area. establish guidelines. keep your hard work from unraveling. pay attention, wear personal protective gear when required. set in order shine standardize sustain
safety Before After Seek to Identify the 8 Deadly Forms of Waste WAITING "Time waste differs from material waste in that there can be no salvage. The easiest of all wastes and the hardest to correct is the waste of time, because wasted time does not litter the floor like wasted material."
- Henry Ford Transportation Motion Over production Extra Processing INVENTORY defects, Inspection
and rework Underutilized talents Kaizen Event Kai - to work together
Zen - to improve We have a new facility...how should we lay it out? Thank YOU!! Your Lean Six Sigma Team:
Pat Thomas
Kim Barnett Excessive transportation can be a costly mistake.
Moving equipment, material, & personnel comes at a price.
The potential for damage increases as well as delays. Extra Processing Extra Processing Filling out different documents with the same information??!! Where can I store this?
Will it Expire??
Wait, I needed that part for this... Defects cause rework. Rework can double, if not triple the cost
of performing a task that should have been done right the first time.
Not all defects are caught with inspection, some the customer finds.
Those can damage our reputation, which can lead to damaging our profits. The most obvious is the external customer:
The person buying the goods or service
for DynCorp, Department of State is our customer. However, we are all each other's internal customer:
The pilot is a customer of the mechanic
The mechanic is a customer of production control
Production control is the customer of the Buyer... Lean Six Sigma uses many Tools to document your process including:
SIPOC Diagram - supplier, inputs, process, outputs, customer
Value Stream Map - this is where you look for the waste
Process Map - shows the different departments involved and steps
Spaghetti Diagrams - used to show all of the movement in a layout Tools to quantify risk:
FMEA: Failure Modes Effect Analysis
Simulations
Rolled Throughput Yield
Gage R& R (Repeatability & Reproducility) The 5 Why Method
Why?
.......Why?
Why?
.......Why?
Why? Cause and Effect Diagrams
(Fishbone Diagrams) Questions?
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