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Concepts of Industrial Maintenance ManagementLOG 209MODULE 2.0 REVIEW
Concepts of Industrial Maintenance ManagementLOG 2092Lesson 2.1 – Lean Principles1.One of the most basic things about Lean is the focus on time. Requires a continuous look at ways ofmaking things not only better, but FASTER.If time is money, then Lean is an effective money maker.a.Lean is a systematic approach where the goal is to identify and eliminate waste.b.It looks at the existing system or method of production.c.It assumes there is already a way of doing things and examines that way – or system – indetail.d.While the output of the system may vary, the system should remain constant.e.In Lean terms, Waste is referred to as NonValue Added activityf.Goal: Continuous Improvement.i.Foundation of Leanii.Attack the problem over and over againiii.Returns generally diminish as areas improve, but the point is to never accept the2.Five Guiding Principles of Leana.Valuespecifying exactly what creates value … from the CUSTOMER’S perspectivei.Specify value from the perspective of the customer and ONLY from that perspectiveii.Recognize that only a small fraction of the total time and effort in any organizationactually adds value for the end customeriii.Clearly defining Value for a specific product or service from the end customer’sperspective, all the non value activitiesor wastecan be targeted for removal1.Processes have three types of activitiesa.Value Addedi.Activity must actually change something about theproduct or service (changes form, fit or function)ii.Customer must be willing to pay for itiii.Activity is done correctly the first time.b.NonValue Added (waste)c.NonValue Added but required (things which must be done, butdon’t add value FROM THE CUSTOMER’S PERSPECTIVE i.e. safety)b.Value Streamvery tedious and intricate task of identifying all steps along process chaini.Tool allows us to determine which activities are Value Added and which are MUDA,or Wasteii.Map out ALL linked actions currently used for transforming inputs to outputsiii.First step in the improvement processiv.Creates a picture of the entire value stream from the customer’s perspective andallows us to see pockets of wastev.The Value Stream represents the endtoend process that delivers the value to thecustomervi.Once you understand what your customer wants the next step is to identify howyou are or are NOT delivering that to themc.Flowstart making changes to make those processes flow smoothly
Concepts of Industrial Maintenance ManagementLOG 2093i.Smooth movement of products and services along the value streamii.Ideally we want things to move continually and steadily throughout the processiii.Perform just one process activity on each piece in a group or batch (of 5, or 10, or20, etc) before sending it to the next stepiv.Make the valuecreating steps occur in tight sequence so the product will flowsmoothly toward the customerv.Create this Flow by eliminating Wasted.Pull

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