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  • 1. Intro to Lean
    Presenter:
    Christopher Koroly
    EFC – Skyline Church 05/08/2011
    EFC – Skyline Church
    1
    5/8/2011
  • 2. Presentation Flow
    Introduction
    Video of James P. Womack
    Q&A
    (45 Minute Takt Time)
    EFC – Skyline Church
    2
    5/8/2011
  • 3. Introduction
    Christopher Koroly
    Project Engineer at Goodrich Aerostructures
    Goodrich
    With Lean, Goodrich has been able to do:
    Twice as much, with half the space, a third of the resources, in a quarter of the time
    EFC – Skyline Church
    3
    5/8/2011
  • 4. Womack Presentation
    http://www.lean.org/whatslean/
    EFC – Skyline Church
    4
    5/8/2011
  • 5. Lean topics and tools to touch on
    Value Added vs. Non Value Add Activities
    7 Types of Waste
    Process Mapping
    5S
    EFC – Skyline Church
    5
    5/8/2011
  • 6. Value Added Activity
    What is Value Add?
    Customer acknowledges the value and
    Part/raw material/information is transformed or shaped to meet customer requirements and
    Done right the first time
    EFC – Skyline Church
    6
    5/8/2011
  • 7. Non-value Added Activity
    What is Non-Value Added Activity? (waste)
    Customer is not willing to pay for it or
    Takes time/resources/space but does not add value or
    Not done right the first time
    EFC – Skyline Church
    7
    5/8/2011
  • 8. 7 Types of Waste
    Inventory
    Overproduction
    Transportation
    Over-processing
    Defects
    Waiting
    Motion
    EFC – Skyline Church
    8
    5/8/2011
  • 9. Process Mapping
    Visually mapping the actual steps required to deliver a product or perform a service.
    Document reality not how it’s supposed to be
    Each step is shown and clearly identified
    EFC – Skyline Church
    9
    5/8/2011
  • 10. Process Map Elements
    Tasks and activities
    Decision points
    Work in process
    Sequence
    Loops
    Travel/distance
    Yield/Scrap
    EFC – Skyline Church
    10
    5/8/2011
  • 11. 5S
    A workplace methodology in which the 5S stands for:
    Sort
    Straightening
    Shine
    Standardize
    Sustain
    (Safety)
    EFC – Skyline Church
    11
    5/8/2011
  • 12. Intro to Lean – Part 1
    Q&A
    EFC – Skyline Church
    12
    5/8/2011
  • 13. Intro to Lean – Part 1
    Further Reading
    What is Lean? Article
    Around Aerostructures Article on Training for City of Chula Vista
    Lean Thinking by James P. Womack and Taniel T. Jones
    EFC – Skyline Church
    13
    5/8/2011
  • 14. Intro to Lean – Part 1
    Additional Further Reading
    The Toyota Way by Jeffrey K. Liker
    EFC – Skyline Church
    14
    5/8/2011