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LEAN

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Transcript of LEAN

Lean Principles SCM 440 Overview / introduction Lean Mario Baranzini
Teresa Hurst
Xin Fan Pat Gunowski
Alexis Kabala
Raj Parikh Lean Principles Toyota Production System Lean Building Blocks Benefits of Implementing Lean Question Time One of the primary goals of Lean is to minimize inventory. In your opinion, is inventory good or bad? Lean Manufacturing started as the Toyota Production System, and developed by the Toyota Motor Car Company. What do you think of Toyota? Any experience? Lean and Six Sigma, which one do you prefer? Why? Set of Tools used to reduce waste
Low impact when used alone
Sequence of Implementation is important Common Types of Building Blocks Pull System
Kanban
Work Cells
Total Productive Maintenance
Total Quality Management
Point of Use Storage 5S or Workplace Organization
Visual Controls
Concurrent Engineering
Quick Changeover
Batch Size Reduction Question Time Lean Manufacturing started as the Toyota Production System, and developed by the Toyota Motor Car Company. What do you think of Toyota? Any experience? Lean and Six Sigma, which one do you prefer? Why? One of the main pillars of Process Improvement.

Lean philosophy - derived from the Toyota Production System
Although similar; not the same

The ultimate goal is to design out :
overburden
inconsistencies
to eliminate waste (muda) Elimination of the 7 wastes (muda)
Transport
Inventory
Motion
Waiting
Overproduction
Over Processing
Defects Toyota Production System Goals and Ideology
J-I-T flow
Autonomation - Smart Automation (jidoka)
Strong Management

Principles
Continuous Improvement
Respect for people

Overarching Themes
Right Process = Correct Results
- heijunka- level the workload
Added-Value comes from strengthening stakeholders
Focus on solving root problems- promotes organizational learning
Time Savings

Quality Control

Continuous Improvement

Financial Savings
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