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The role of the lean/TWI champion is described using an analogy to fireworks displays.

The role of the lean/TWI champion is described using an analogy to fireworks displays.

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    Role Of The Twi Champion Role Of The Twi Champion Presentation Transcript

      • 105,000 sq ft Facility
      • 200 Employees
      • $29 million in Sales
      • 33 Injection Molding Presses (20 ton to 720 ton)
      • 24/7 Production
      About Donnelly Custom Manufacturing Company: Diebold Presentation
    • Role of the TWI Champion
      • Load ‘em up (the shells)
      • Light ‘em up (the fuses)
      • Get out of the way
      • Oooh and Ahhh
      Enjoy the Show!!!
    • 1 – Load ‘Em Up
      • Define your objectives and link to your key business needs / critical success factors
        • JR: leadership training for shop floor associates; address “fairness” and turnover
        • JI: train better and faster for new associates and setups; improve quality
        • JM: engage associates; improve value-add per employee, safety, quality
      • Involve Managers
        • Observe training
        • Develop training plan
      • Develop measurements
      • Build into performance appraisals
    • 2 – Light the Fuses
      • Start the training
        • Go for density
      • Coach Managers / Supervisors how to encourage (and not discourage)
        • Carry and refer to the card
        • Look for ways to use it
        • Don’t accept when it should be used and isn’t
        • If too late, describe how it could have helped
      • Post visual measures
      • Broadcast early successes
    • 3 – Get out of the Way
      • Let your Supervisors own it, but strongly support
        • Training plan
        • Visuals
        • Core concepts
        • Track who’s contributing
    • 3 – Get out of the Way (Cont’d)
      • Let TWI adapt to your environment
        • Supervisory training
        • JI breakdowns as a training tool
        • JI training delivery versus breakdown dev’t
        • JM breakdowns
    • 4 – Oooh and Ahhh
      • Encourage ongoing training and learning
        • Read books & articles
        • Blogs, webcasts
        • Peer councils
        • Seminars and conferences
        • TWI Summit
      • Celebrate
      • Brag about your team!!!
    • Role of the TWI Champion Enjoy the Show!!! Load ‘em up Light ‘em up Get out of the way Oooh and Ahhh