Leaning it out!. Organizing team efforts for Efficiency, Accuracy and Focus Patrick Lynch CFPIM, C.P.M. October 19, 2004 Nashville!. Background. Patrick Lynch CFPIM; APICS member for 15 years C.P.M. Certified Purchasing Manager ISM
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Organizing team efforts for Efficiency, Accuracy and Focus
Patrick Lynch CFPIM, C.P.M.
October 19, 2004 Nashville!
Materials and Logistics Management
a Lean conversion of product, support and assembly areas
…with simple tools
We all know the routine:
Unmanaged evolution leads to process Upon process,
Upon process, upon process…
Titan Bobble Heads 10/13/04
13th day of October Yesterday's MTD ave Yesterday's MTD
ProductSales Sales daily sale Inventory Production Production D-O-H
Mason 97 960 80 1250 0 490 15.6
Mcnair 118 1360 113 980 0 300 8.7
Calico 5 70 6 341 0 0 56.8
Bennett 67 620 52 750 0 180 14.5
Chris Brown 157 1497 125 750 200 920 6.0
Best if assigned responsibility for a full product line even if commonality exists on a large portion of materials
usage per month on average, lead time,
…And there is opportunity to split BOXING between #2 and the preceding step # 4 to save another headcount.
Bottleneck is now the test step.
[One bin = usage during leadtime + 15% buffer]
“Build tomorrow what you sold today”.
……………..Its an attitude