Background
A student has overdrawn has checking account by $50 as of September 2009. Money earned from his
summer internship and a part-time job is added to the account while the student still has other monthly
expenses.
If the student chooses alternative

5SHandout,ProblemSolving
00:17
5 S Handout
5 Pillars: Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain
2 most importantsort and set in order
Foundation of improvement activities
In the daily work of a factory, just as in the daily life of a person, rou

Sinclair Corporation
THE COMPANY
Sales is replacing each box of fogged film with two new
Sinclair Corporation is based in Traverse City, MI and
acquired Premium Photo Products seven months ago.
Premium makes several types of film. The Premium
1000 series

IOE 425
Class Twelve
Dashboards, Logistics & Change Management
Reflect on Last Class
Note: We covered the slides via the
kaizen event
Dashboards
Logistics
Change Management
Create Practice Exam
1
Exercise
Imagine you are the general manager of a very su

Regression with Categorical
Variables
Ch. 13.1 and 13.5
1
Topics
Logistic regression (Ch. 13.5)
Regression with categorical predictors
2
Revisiting Logistic regression
with one covariate
We studied the logistic regression with one
independent variable, ,

IOE 425
Classes Nine and Ten
Hansei
What is the first step in a project to
reduce change over time?
How do you collect the external
changeover time?
Connect the dots: Standard Work, Poke
Yoke, Visual Workplace, Changeover
Problem Solving Tools
1
No Pr

IOE 425
Class Eleven
Kaizen
Office Hours on 4/13
Hansei
Kaizen
Kaizen Event
1
Kaize
n
Standardize first.
Then
Continuous small incremental improvement of an activ
to create more value and less waste (muda).
Standardize
Standardize
Ka i
zen
Standardize
Ka

IOE 425
Classes Nine and Ten
Hansei
What is the first step in a project to
reduce change over time?
How do you collect the external
changeover time?
Connect the dots: Standard Work, Poke
Yoke, Visual Workplace, Changeover
Problem Solving Tools
1
No Pr

Two-Factor ANOVA with one
replicate
Tukeys procedure
Ch. 11.1, p. 426
1
Topics
Multiple Comparisons
2
Recall Tukeys procedure in
Single factor ANOVA
1)
2)
3)
List the sample means in increasing order
Underline those pairs that differ by less than
= ,(1)

Two-Factor ANOVA with one
replicate
Ch. 11.1
1
Topics
Two-factor additive model
Significance test
2
Example 1: Environmental
Engineer at Work
You are an environmental engineer studying
water pollution in 3 different lakes to improve
life time of Zooplankt

Ch.11.2 Two-Factor ANOVA
with replicates (K > 1)
Ch. 11.2
1
Topic
Two factor ANOVA model with
interaction effects
Two factor Additive model
Tukeys procedure
2
Two Factor Layout with
replicates
K = the number of observations of factor A at level i and
fac

Ch 10 Design and Analysis of
Single Factor Studies (Analysis of
Variance ANOVA)
Ch. 10.1 Single Factor ANOVA
0
Topics
Decomposition of Variance
Significance test
1
Decomposition of variations
We decompose the total variation of response
into two groups
B

IOE 425
Classes Nine and Ten
Hansei
What is the first step in a project to
reduce change over time?
How do you collect the external
changeover time?
Connect the dots: Standard Work, Poke
Yoke, Visual Workplace, Changeover
Problem Solving Tools
1
No Pr

Ch 10 Design and Analysis
of Single Factor Studies
(Analysis of Variance
ANOVA)
Ch. 10.2 Multiple Comparisons in
ANOVA
Ch. 10.3 More on Single-factor
ANOVA
Topics
Multiple Comparisons in ANOVA
Tukeys procedure
More on Single-factor ANOVA
Unequal Sample S

IOE 425
Classes Seven and Eight
Jidoka
Quick Changeover
1
Jidoka
Jidoka The term jidoka used in the TPS (Toyota Production System) can be defined
as "automation with a human touch." The word jidoka traces its roots to the
invention of the automatic loom

Background
Company Overview: The company being mapped and analyzed is the Tuttle Spring Company from
Chelsea, Michigan. They were founded in 1982 and make springs that other companies have trouble
producing. They focus on producing springs with greater fa

Standardized Work Project
Team BBM
Amanda Metviner
Andrew Nicholls
Joshua Herritt
Our team observed several forms of waste among the three operators in this assembly line.
Here are the changes that we propose.
Station 1:
Raise the bin that stores the susp

IOE 425
Class One
History and Introduction
Introductions
Review Syllabus
Intro to Lean
The House of Lean: The Roof and The Center
Lean Pie
Course Leaders
Instructor:
E-Mail:
Office:
Office Hours:
Debra Levantrosser
[email protected]
IOE 1754
M and W 1:45

Project 1: VSM Case Study
Deliverables:
A current state Value Stream Map given
the information and data provided. Make
assumptions where needed.
Examples of each waste
A future state map
Answer all questions posed on following pages
An action plan of

IOE 425
Class Five
Hansei
Finish some material from last class
Heijunka
Standard Work
1
Level Production mix concept and
effect
Case 1
1,200 per
lot
X
Days
0
Y
10
Z
20
Case 3
Case 2
400 per lot
XYZ
30
Large Batch
3 lots of 1,200
3 changeovers
10 da

IOE 425
Class Four
Just-In-Time (Pull System)
Pull and Flow
Kanban
1
Flow Definition
Flow is the progressive achievement of tasks as a product proceeds
along the value stream, including design to launch, order to
delivery, and raw materials into the ha

IOE 425
Class Three
Defining and Mapping the Current &
Future State
Team Contracts Due Today
Project #1 To Be Posted Tomorrow
Hansei
Finish 5S/Visual Workplace
Current & Future State Mapping
House
Lean (aka Pillars of Lean)
The House
ofofLean
GOAL: H

Lean Pie
Lean is Not Process Improvement
Debra Levantrosser
2
Lean Pie
Coaching is the leadership style
See and Address Waste
Aligning Measures and
Priorities
Safe Environment
Rewarding Experimentation
Developing Problem
Solvers
Process Improvement
3
Lean

IOE 425
Class Two
The House Of Lean:
The Foundation, Part 1
Eight Wastes
Visual Management
Toyotas House Of Lean
Respect
for People
2
Toyota Production System Goal
Lean Approach
Reduce cost and maximize profits
through the total elimination of
waste.
Ta

Personal Experience with A3
Athos Papaellinas
October 2016
1
PERSONAL BACKGROUND INFO
Industrial & Operations Major
Took 425 last semester
Used many of the concepts in my summer internship
Prepared A3 presentation for an expansion plan
2
INTERNSHIP INFO