Lean pdca cycle

Lean manufacturing is a process improvement methodology based upon the highly acclaimed Toyota Production System (TPS).  The main focus in lean manufacturing is the removal of waste from a value stream.  Waste in this instance is defined as anything that consumes resource but does not add value for the customer.  By removing the waste in a value stream it becomes possible to only produce the right material, in the quantity desired by the customer, at exactly the right time.  This results in a process that is more efficient and delivers product to the customer more quickly.  The elements within a value stream that add value for the customer tend to represent a very small percentage of the total process.  Therefore focusing on removing the waste , or non-value adding elements represents a significant opportunity for improvement in many businesses.

Identifying what creates value and eliminate all other activities, as they are by definition ‘waste’, will become your normal approach to evaluating procedures and processes across every aspect of your enterprise. When you recognise that within your organisation only a fraction of the time consumed, and a small portion of all efforts undertaken, genuinely add value for your end customer, you will have a basis to clearly define true value from your end customer’s perspective. Only then can all your non value activities (or waste) be targeted for systematic reduction and eventual removal.

 
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Lean Culture & DiSC Profile:
Sustaining a continuous improvement efforts requires defining the company culture and developing team members. The lean philosophy and process must be systematically aligned with the organizations core values in order to seamlessly cultivate a problem solving culture. Lean Culture exposes the participants to the systems necessary to prepare lean leaders, to foster the sustained process of continuous improvement and to permeate continuous improvement throughout the organization. The DiSC profile assessment is used for participants to better understand behavioral and communication preferences within themselves and among others.

Lean pdca cycle

lean pdca cycle

Lean Culture & DiSC Profile:
Sustaining a continuous improvement efforts requires defining the company culture and developing team members. The lean philosophy and process must be systematically aligned with the organizations core values in order to seamlessly cultivate a problem solving culture. Lean Culture exposes the participants to the systems necessary to prepare lean leaders, to foster the sustained process of continuous improvement and to permeate continuous improvement throughout the organization. The DiSC profile assessment is used for participants to better understand behavioral and communication preferences within themselves and among others.

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