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Lean Manufacturing - TECH/ISE145, Spring 2010 Page 1 of 11 San José State University Department of Aviation and Technology TECH/ISE 145 – Lean Manufacturing Spring 2010 - Section 01 General Course Information Instructor: Dianne Hall Office Location: IS 108 Telephone: (408) 924-3204 (checked infrequently – use Blackboard email) Email: Dianne Hall in Blackboard (checked 1-2 times a week) Alternate Email: Dianne.Hall@sjsu.edu (checked rarely – use if Blackboard issues only) Office Hours: Tuesday, 4:30pm – 5:30pm, or by appointment Course Number TECH: 27381 ISE: 28802 Class Days/Time: Tuesday 6:00pm – 8:45pm Classroom: IS 132 Prerequisites: BUS 140 or BUS 145 or ISE 140 Faculty Web Page and MYSJSU Messaging Copies of the syllabus may be found on my faculty web page accessible through the Quick Links>Faculty Web Page links on the SJSU home page. You are responsible for regularly checking with the messaging system through MySJSU. All course materials may be found in the Blackboard Learning Management System. Once you are registered for the course, you will be automatically added to the Blackboard course shell. See details below for accessing Blackboard. You should regularly check Blackboard for updates. Course Description Exploration and practice of techniques for reducing waste to optimize the value stream in both manufacturing and non-manufacturing environments. Toyota Production System, Value Stream Mapping, 7 Wastes, 5S, Just-in-Time, TPM, Kaizen. Prerequisite: BUS 140 or BUS 145 or ISE 140.
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Lean Manufacturing - TECH/ISE145, Spring 2010 Page 2 of 11 Purpose of the Course This course is designed to introduce the student to the Lean Manufacturing Method; a production methodology based on the Toyota Production System. This course has both a web-based component and in-class lectures to illustrate key learning points. There is a significant hands-on learning project outside of the classroom as lean manufacturing is best learned by doing. Both production processes and transactional processes will be explored. Course Goals and Student Learning Objectives At the successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: Define Lean Manufacturing/Production and other Lean terms demonstrating an understanding of the language of lean. Understand the personal attributes required to be a successful change agent and the factors required for successfully implementing change. Create a Value Stream Map for a process and then identify the 7 Wastes in that Value Stream. Use several lean tools such as 5S, Visual Management, Quick Change Over (QCO/SMED) and Mistake Proofing (poka-yoke) to eliminate waste and improve a value stream. Understand the material flow on a Lean Production Line, in particular the difference between push and pull systems and kanban use for material flow. Understand the importance of communication and employee involvement in
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