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5 Principles of Lean Thinking. NetworkingMFG.com July 15,2008 Othmar Furer Trox USA Inc. 770-569-1433. The 5 Principles of Lean Thinking. Define value from the customer perspective Identify the value stream Make the process flow Pull from the customer Head toward perfection.

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5 principles of lean thinking

5 Principles of Lean Thinking

NetworkingMFG.com

July 15,2008

Othmar Furer

Trox USA Inc.

770-569-1433


The 5 principles of lean thinking

The 5 Principles of Lean Thinking

  • Define value from the customer perspective

  • Identify the value stream

  • Make the process flow

  • Pull from the customer

  • Head toward perfection

  • Welding ex.


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The 5 Principles of Lean Thinking

  • Define value from the customer perspective

    • How do we define value?

      Must pass all three criteria;

      • Customer has to care (willing to pay for)

      • Must change the thing,

      • Done right the first time.

  • 95% Waste


Seven forms of waste add costs but not value

Seven Forms of WasteAdd Costs but Not Value!

  • Transportation

  • Inventory (Unnecessary)

  • Motion (Unnecessary)

  • Waiting

  • Overproduction

  • Overprocessing (Inappropriate)

  • Defects


5 principles of lean thinking

Transportation

Excessive movement of people, information or materials.

“I had to go across the street!"

Courtesy of Vansco Electronics Ltd.

  • Spaghetti


5 principles of lean thinking

UnnecessaryInventory

Excessive storage and delay of information or products.

“We’re running out of room. We need to expand!"

Courtesy of Vansco Electronics Ltd.

  • Dell Costs


5 principles of lean thinking

UnnecessaryMotion

Any motion that does not add value

to the product or process.

“There’s got to be an easier way!"

5S- 90% Fail


5 principles of lean thinking

Waiting

Long periods of inactivity for people, information,

machinery or materials.

“The parts were supposed to be here yesterday!"

Courtesy of Vansco Electronics Ltd.


5 principles of lean thinking

Overproduction

Producing more/sooner than the Internal

or External customer needs.

"What do you mean the design's been changed!"

Courtesy of Vansco Electronics Ltd.

  • Dell-today


5 principles of lean thinking

Inappropriate Processing

Using the wrong set of tools, procedures or systems.

“Bigger is not necessarily better!"

Courtesy of Vansco Electronics Ltd.


5 principles of lean thinking

Defects

Frequent errors in paperwork,

product quality problems etc.

“Of course it’s taking a long time!"

Courtesy of Vansco Electronics Ltd.

  • CAR


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The 5 Principles of Lean Thinking

  • Define value from the customer perspective

  • Identify the value stream


The 5 principles of lean thinking3

The 5 Principles of Lean Thinking

  • Define value from the customer perspective

  • Identify the value stream

  • Make the process flow


5 principles of lean thinking

How long-PLT


The 5 principles of lean thinking4

The 5 Principles of Lean Thinking

  • Define value from the customer perspective

  • Identify the value stream

  • Make the process flow

  • Pull from the customer


The 5 principles of lean thinking5

The 5 Principles of Lean Thinking

  • Define value from the customer perspective

  • Identify the value stream

  • Make the process flow

  • Pull from the customer

  • Head toward perfection


5 principles of lean thinking

  • 1943: 17 B-17 Bombers built every day – 1/hour built by area farmers using Lean thinking

Then

  • 1924: Iron ore turned into cash in 41 hrs - Henry Ford… time included 13 hr. non-value added time floating down the Rouge River in Michigan


5 principles of lean thinking

“Lean”…

…Just Do It


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