1.3 Lean Thinking v5.1

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Thinking Lean - Lean Summer Academy - June 2003 - 1 © 2003 Alexis Stanke C o u r s e Lean Thinking 2010
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Thinking Lean V5.1 - Slide 2 © 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Course Learning Objectives At the end of this module, you will be able to: Describe the elements of a process Draw a process map Explain what constitutes value in a process Restate the five fundamental lean principles Recognize several concepts and tools for implementing lean principles
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Thinking Lean V5.1 - Slide 3 © 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Course What is a Process? Process: A series of actions, changes, or functions bringing about a result Set of actions which transform inputs to outputs Inputs Outputs Source: http://www.dictionary.com, Jan. 8, 2003
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Thinking Lean V5.1 - Slide 4 © 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Course They go to a CUSTOMER! External customers - are outside an organization, money is typically exchanged with external customers End users are customers who pay for an operational or consumable product or service Internal customers - are inside an organization, money is typically not exchanged directly with internal customers Customers also drive the inputs to a process through their needs and requirements Identify the Customer What happens to the outputs of a process?
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Thinking Lean V5.1 - Slide 5 © 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Course Process Maps Only understood processes can be improved Understanding a process is easier when it can be visualized A Process Map is an organized visualization of all the interrelated activities which combine to form a process Process map for non lean engineering drawing release New Requirement Schedule Review PR’s Write EDA Basic Layout FAMSCO Write PS Assign Task Detailed Layout Layout from Config STRESS Assy Drawing Detail Drawing CHECKBOARD RELEASE CENTER SIGNOFF NEAR DCC Investigate C/A Board C/A
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Thinking Lean V5.1 - Slide 6 © 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Course Process Map For Fixing a Hot Dog Yes Store Customer Need Hot dog, bun ? P pantry No Cook Hot Dog Put in bun Add condiments Hot dog Order Deliver Order Supplier, Warehouse No Yes Decision Inventory, Wait Task Symbology Main process flow Secondary, feeder flow Information flow Yes Last Dog, bun ? Add to shopping list Clean up No Stop
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Thinking Lean V5.1 - Slide 7 © 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Course Hot Dog Stand Process Map With your team, develop a process map for S&A Hot Dogs Use post-it notes for processes elements Put post-its on easel chart or white board Don’t get hung up on symbology In 15 minutes, be prepared to explain your process map to the class Sasha Andy
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Thinking Lean V5.1 - Slide 8 © 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Course Process Wrap Up Processes underlay everything we do The fundamentals of lean thinking provide the
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