3.1 VSM Part I-II Intro Current-State Map (1)

3.1 VSM Part I-II Intro Current-State Map (1) - Part I...

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Unformatted text preview: Part I Getting Started Part II Current State Map 1 MGSC 485 Business Process Management Moore School of Business University of South Carolina These notes reflect the techniques found in Learning to See, Version 1.3, by Rather & Shook, LEI 2003 Introduction Initial Value Stream Scope Learning to See . . . door to door Seeing the Whole; Mapping the Extended Value Chain Suppliers This firm Customers Adapted from Learning to See by Rother & Shook, LEI, 2003 Learning to See VSM is Based on Two Ideas System-wide view Content as a flow of all actions Production: raw material to customer New products: design concept to launch Visualizing Presented as multiple processes holistically Seeing Communicating Collaborating Information Material VSM is taking a walk; asking simple questions: 1. Does the product provide precise value in fulfilling customer wants? (or does it provide what our assets are suited to make) 2. Is the value stream mostly value ? (or for us, not customer?) 3. Does the product flow continuously? (or does it wait) 4. Does the customer pull product? (or build to planned schedule) 5. Is the performance improving ? (or reacting to problems) Senior management Front Lines Adapted from Learning to See by Rother & Shook, LEI, 2003 Kaizen Historically improvement activities Single process Continuous or one-time event VSM is flow Kaizen Higher level management view Vision development Mapping Select product family Draw a current state Draw future state Develop work plan and implement Adapted from Learning to See by Rother & Shook, LEI, 2003 Selecting Value Streams for Improvement Product-quantity analysis (PQA) Start here to determine if part volumes make the choice obvious....
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This note was uploaded on 07/02/2011 for the course MGSC 485 taught by Professor Ahire during the Spring '10 term at South Carolina.

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3.1 VSM Part I-II Intro Current-State Map (1) - Part I...

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