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Lean Overview. 1. Introductions. Where were you in 1997?. Some Events in 1997. Madeleine Albright became 1 st female Secretary of State Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl XXXI The movie Titanic is highest grossing film of all time Princess Diana died in car crash

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introductions
Introductions
  • Where were you in 1997?
some events in 1997
Some Events in 1997
  • Madeleine Albright became 1st female Secretary of State
  • Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl XXXI
  • The movie Titanic is highest grossing film of all time
  • Princess Diana died in car crash
  • UK scientists create “Dolly” the first genetically engineered lamb
  • EO 97-03 Executive Order on Quality Improvement
section 1
Section 1

Introduction

starfish story
Starfish Story

“It sure will make a difference for this one.”

Star Fish Story - Making a Difference Every Day

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wuSaNCIde4

why lean

“The best solutions to our problems come from those on the line everyday seeing what works and doesn’t work and how to fix it and how to solve it.”

“Lean gives us the opportunity to do more with what we have.”

--Governor Gregoire, Lean Symposium 3/24/11

Why Lean?

Recently Governor set the expectation that all agencies will have done something with Lean by August 2012.

section 2
Section 2

Understanding

lean basics

questions
Questions
  • What is Lean?
  • What are the 5 Lean concepts?
  • What are the 7 wastes?
  • What is Kaizen?
  • What is 5S + Safety
what is lean
What is Lean?
  • Business management term
  • Roots in Toyota Production System
  • A philosophy and tools
  • Seen in service and government sectors since 1990s
lean improvement cycle
Lean Improvement Cycle

1

5

Improvement

Cycle

2

4

3

seven wastes
Seven Wastes

Overproduction

Waiting

7 Wastes

Defects

Transportation

Movement

Over

Processing

Inventories

kaizen
Kaizen

Kai = Change

Zen = Good (for the better)

Kaizen = Continuous improvement

kaizen1
Kaizen
  • “Change for the better”
  • Continuous improvement
  • Involves employees
  • Eliminates wastes
five s components
Five S Components

Sort

Self-

Discipline

Simplify

5 S

+Safety

Sweep

Standardize

s ort
Sort
  • Necessary
    • Used for daily work
    • Used periodically
    • I am the source
  • Unnecessary
    • Unsafe
    • Defective
    • Obsolete
    • Outdated
    • Unused
    • Extra/duplicate
s implify
Simplify
  • Easy to see
  • Easy to locate
  • Easy to complete
s weep
Sweep
  • Clean up
  • Quickly see what’s missing
s tandardize
Standardize
  • Best practice
  • Documentation
  • Communication
  • Everyone does it
s elf discipline
Self-Discipline
  • Good habits
  • Recognition
  • Follow up
  • Celebration
s afety
Safety
  • Identify
  • Investigate
  • Correct
section 5
Section 5

Wrap up

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