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  • Joe Weiss Skills Presentation 11/4/08

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  • Joe Weiss Skills Overview November 2008
    • Management By Objective
    • Confrontation Skills Training
    • Lean Manufacturing and Kaizen Experience
  • Management By Objective Approach
  • Confrontation Skills Training
    • How to Confront:
    • 1. Set the Climate
    • 2. State your Case
    • 3. Listen for Understanding
    • 4. Negotiate for Improvement and Win Win
    • 5. Agree to move Forward (Goal)
    • 6. Establish Goals and Strategy & Follow-Up
  • Confrontation Role Play Exercises
    • Conflict Exercise : Auggie Can’t Keep Up
    • Background to the Supervisor : Auggie is a good employee who is a positive member of the team. He has a great attitude towards his work and often volunteers for unpopular jobs like clean up duty. Auggie struggles to keep up with the Press when both sides are running. When he is running a machine by himself he produces at 88% of standard cycle time.
    • Situation : Two weeks ago you had a short meeting with Auggie about leaving his work area around Press 3 a mess at the end of the shift. Yesterday you had a discussion with the follow on Shift Supervisor (Rafael). Rafael complained that Auggie is leaving his work area a mess and doesn’t appear to be getting better at keeping up, He is leaving untrimmed parts behind fort the next shift.
    • Auggie Profile :
    • Auggie has had difficulty with the pressure of a fast paced production environment.
    • Auggie has great attendance and a positive attitude towards his work.
    • The Overall Problem is :
    • Auggie has an issue working in a production environment. He may not be able to work on a press because he cannot keep up. He should be re-trained and evaluated to see if he is a fit for Molding or the company.
    • When You ______________________________________________________________
    • It Makes Me Feel_________________________________________________________
    • Because_________________________________________________________________
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  • Kaizen is:
    • Get a Cross Functional Team together.
    • Give them some training on the Cellular Manufacturing Principles.
    • Give them the autonomy to make business change.
    • Present what they come up with, and Celebrate Success.
  • Goal of Lean is to Eliminate Waste
    • Manufacturing Waste Examples
      • Wasted Time
      • Materials (Scrap)
      • Walking
      • Red Tape
      • Double Handling
  • Waste In An Office Setting
    • Anything that does not add value to the product or service.
      • Customer on hold or told to call back
      • Documents waiting on approval or signatures
      • Product in queue due to batch operations
      • Waiting for information
      • Sorting, rearranging, prioritizing, excess handling
      • Planning repetitive tasks
      • Mistakes
  • Kaizen is the means to eliminate waste!
  • Our Vision
    • We are a courageous organization.
    • We are the leader in all our markets. We are obsessed with meeting our commitments.
    • We respect and challenge each other and confront issues with a sense of urgency.
    • Our 150-year heritage, values, creative passion and respect for our world are the heart of our organization.
    • We create compelling value for customers, employees, and shareholders.
  • ORBIS Vision
    • Customers love us because we are the best at packaging it right!!
    • We have fun providing creative packaging solutions that enhance our environment and reduce costs to consumers.
    • ORBIS has the absolute best people radiating confidence, energy and passion.
    • We aggressively capture new markets and customers to create compelling value.
    • We relentlessly keep our commitments!!
  • Cellular Manufacturing Principles
    • Continuous Improvement (Kaizen)
    • Employee Involvement
    • One Piece Flow
    • Visual Management
    • Total Quality Management
    • Kanban
  • Foundation Elements of Kaizen
    • Everything an organization does is a process to be standardized, controlled, and continuously improved.
    • Continuous improvement requires employee involvement.
  • Activity Worksheet
  • Changing the Workplace
    • Kaizen Workshops should focus on a specific task.
      • Customer request, order, set-up etc.
    • Defeat traditional boundaries, functions, departments (attempt to achieve flow without interruption).
    • Solve/eliminate work practices, rework, approvals etc.
  • The Rules Of Kaizen
    • Keep an open mind to change.
    • Maintain a positive attitude.
    • Never leave a silent disagreement.
    • Create a blameless environment.
    • Treat others as you would like to be treated.
    • One person, one vote – no position/rank.
    • No such thing as a dumb question.
    • No magic wand – just work smarter.
  • Leadership
    • A facilitator is assigned to provide the Cellular Manufacturing Training and help the group when it becomes stuck.
    • A Team Leader is assigned to insure that everyone contributes and to provide basic leadership through the exercise.
  • Final Presentation
    • The team presents their findings and action plans in a final presentation.
      • Introduction
        • Team name & Participants
      • Team Objectives
      • Results Achieved
      • Action Plans
      • Follow-Up Meeting (30, 60, 90 days)
  • Action Plans
  • Quantify Results Achieved
    • 32 x48 CITS- From 14 to 19 parts per hour
    • 36 x 36 CITS- From 14 to 20 parts per hour
    • 45 x 45 CITS- From 15 to 21 parts per hour
    • 42 x 48 CITS- From 14 to 19 parts per hour
    • 30 x 36 B CITS- From 18 to 19 parts per hour
  • Quantify Results Achieved
    • 45 x 45 CITS Pallet = $2.15 per pallet
    • 32 x48 CITS Pallet = $1.87 per pallet
    • 36 x 36 CITS Pallet = $ 2.12 per pallet
    • 42 x 48 CITS Pallet = $ 1.86 per pallet
    • 30 x 36 B CITS Pallet = $0.29 per pallet
  • Aftermath
    • Celebrate!
    • Follow-Up to insure timely completion of action plans.
    • Don’t be afraid to revisit OPES Workshops if you don’t get the desired results.
  • Employee Involvement
    • An important aspect of Kaizen is that the team is allowed to solve the problem. Their decisions need management support to be effective.
  • Employee Involvement
    • Some of the best results come from a cross functional team. A broad perspective helps you see the forest through the trees.
    • Make participation in the workshops sought after. Bring in lunch, celebrate successes etc.
  • Total Quality Management
    • Establish a standard for each task.
      • Create an Operational Method Sheet. Where there is no standard, there will be no improvement.
    • Poke-Yoke (mistake proofing).
      • Design the process so it can only be done correctly.
        • Color Code
        • Size to fit only one way.
        • Irregularly punched holes match only one file.
  • Operational Method Sheets
    • Shows the standard procedure for performing a task or operation
      • Includes:
        • Elements from previous operations that need to be checked
        • The work content of the task or operation
        • The elements that need to be verified
        • Materials and equipment that are required to complete the task
  • Total Quality Management
    • Use Do-Check-Verify for critical tasks.
      • Check previous tasks, do your work the same each time, check critical elements upon completion.
        • Do checks across departmental boundaries.
  • U Shaped One Piece Flow
    • Materials, equipment, and functions arranged in order of use
    • Steps completed in sequence without waste
    • One piece flow - no batching !
    • Supplies and materials at point of use (KANBAN)
    • Visual Management (flexible employees)
    • Five S used and maintained
    • Total Quality Control (Do-Check-Verify)
  • Spaghetti Diagram “Before”
  • Spaghetti Diagram “After”
  • Visual Management
    • A philosophy ingrained in our work environment that visually tells us what we need to know without verbal communication.
  • No adult should need to ask another adult what to do!
    • All information should be visible
    • All employees should be empowered to take action
    • Employees will make as good or better decisions as management, given the same information
  • Visual Management Continued
    • Create a system that gives cell members all the information needed to serve the customer. Examples include:
      • Designated storage areas for a pallet jack.
      • 5S Improvement Idea Board
      • Takt Boards
      • Andon Lights
  • The 5 S’s
    • Sort – clearly distinguishing between what is needed and what is not
    • Set In Order – Organizing the way needed things are kept so that anyone can find them easily
    • Shine – Sweeping floors and keeping things looking good
    • Standardize – Sort, Set In Order, and Shine are being maintained
    • Sustain – Always following specified procedures
  • Nozzle Cleaning Stations
  • A Place for Everything…
  • And Everything in its Place!
  • SMED
    • The theory and techniques for performing set-up operations in under ten minutes. The goal is to eliminate waste associated with set-up and reduce overall set-up time. There are three stages to SMED:
      • Separate External and Internal set-up elements.
      • Convert Internal to External set-up elements.
      • Streamline all aspects of the set-up operation.
  • Convert Internal Changeover Tasks to External
  • Set–Up Video Exercise
  • Tools: Phase 1, Crash Carts
  • Phase II Eliminate the Need For Tools
  • Phase III Put Necessary Items at the Point of Use
  • What is KANBAN and what does it do?
    • A card or an empty bin
    • A pull system - a signal to replenish
    • Initiated by consumption
    • Authorizes delivery of required items
    • Carries information between company and supplier
    • Delivers supplies when needed
  • KANBAN Inventory Control by Visual Records General Rules
    • All containers must have KANBAN cards or labels (green only)
    • No less than two containers of each item
    • Empty containers or KANBAN cards are the only authorization to re-supply
    • Material is held at the supply or producing center until needed
    • Standard containers are always used and filled to the required quantity
  • KANBAN PULL Inventory Control by Visual Records
    • Example: Bread in the grocery store
      • The supplier delivers the product to the point of use
      • Re-supply is initiated by the customer
        • Empty space is a KANBAN request to re-fill
      • Visual management signals the supplier to fill the KANBAN
      • Fluctuations (spikes) in demand are addressed by the system
      • Low inventories and high “turns” insure fresh bread
      • The “process” manages the daily routine –grocer manages the exceptions (visual management)
  • KANBAN Pull sequence
    • Container empties, card placed into KANBAN box
    • KANBAN coordinator picks up cards same time each day
    • Release is sent to vendor (quantity, packaging, delivery time and procedure pre-negotiated)
    • Card placed on receiving board on due date
    • Card and supplies restocked upon receipt
    • Process managed by visual controls
  • KANBAN Calculations
    • *Number of cards or containers =
    • DA X (SVLT + POUI)
    • Container Quantity
    • Where:
    • DA = Daily Average Usage
    • SVLT = Supplier vendor lead time (in days)
    • POUI = Point of use inventory (in days– usually 5 or less)
    • *(Minimum of two containers or cards)
  • Kanban Card
  • Questions?