Escaping the Legacy of Mass Production by Prof Daniel T Jones

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Breaking through the legacy of mass production: is IT part of the problem and how could it really help to unlock the future?
Discover Prof. Daniel T Jones presentation from the European Lean IT Summit 2013. The video is available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5YZ7SCEHPw&list=UUS_BXp5Zg9td-ZfczI1BgZw&feature=share&index=19
More Lean IT videos and presentations on www.lean-it-summit.com

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Escaping the Legacy of Mass Production by Prof Daniel T Jones

  1. 1. Copyright © Institut Lean France 2013 3 & 4 October, 2013 Paris, France European Lean IT Summit 2013 Escaping the Legacy of Mass Production Prof. Daniel T Jones - The Lean Enterprise Academy
  2. 2. Escaping the Legacy of Mass Production Daniel T Jones
  3. 3. “Follow Me” Leadership Go See Ask Why & Show Respect The Path to Lean After John Shook, LEI By enabling Front Line Staff to unblock the Flow of Value Creation By developing their Capabilities through Mentored Learning by Doing Solve Business Problems in their specific Context So everyone learns to use the Scientific Approach
  4. 4. A Lean Management System Direction FocusTop Vital Few Aligning Hoshin Enabling Oobeya The Value Stream Stability Plan/Actual Problems Gemba Kaizen Stability Plan/Actual Problems Stability Plan/Actual Problems Stability Plan/Actual Problems Stability Plan/Actual Problems End-to-End VS Analysis Function Function Function Function Development Value Streams Delivery Value Streams Support Value Streams
  5. 5. Taylor Lean From Mass to Lean Growth Value Action V Stream Cash Flow Cost Pull Cap Ex Perfection Technical Capabilities Model & Simulate Asset utilisation Compliance Vertical Control Led by Experts Back from the Customer Capabilities to Unblock the flow Optimise Whole Value Streams Horizontal Demand driven Engages Everyone
  6. 6. Alignment on the Work Rhythm or Takt Visual Plan/Actual PDCA testing Reflect and learnProject or Pipeline? One size fits all? Separate the flows? What is the scope? What is the work of Management? See and enable the work Escalate and remove obstacles Clear direction and focus Connect activities across departments Mentor capability development
  7. 7. Seeing the Whole Value streams begins with defining customer needs and ends with feedback from supporting users But defining value and risk differs Market intelligence & USP LEAN STARTUP Validated learning & Pivots Map how customer meet needs NEXT GENERATION Capture learning for next time Knowledgeable users lean process first INTERNAL SYSTEMS Rapid response and zero defects
  8. 8. In Conclusion • Learn by doing experiments - not “do it for me”! • Learn to see the Work, the Whole and to Focus • Think iterative, modular and adaptive – not big batch systems! • Hands-on management helps teams reflect on eliminating unnecessary work • It all starts with defining value and risk with actual customers
  9. 9. Escaping the Legacy of Mass Production Daniel T Jones
  10. 10. Copyright © Institut Lean France 2013 3 & 4 October, 2013 Paris, France More Lean IT videos and presentations on www.lean-it-summit.com

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