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    • Lean Office - Pull Kanban, Just in Time, Standardized Work Superfactory Excellence Program™ www.superfactory.com © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved.
    • Outline
      • Why Pull?
      • The Problem of Inventory
      • Just In Time
      • Kanban
      • One Piece Flow
      • Standard Work & Takt Time
      • Smoothing & Leveling
      © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved.
    • Why Pull?
      • Lean is really about minimizing the need for overhead
      • which is about concentrating precisely on only what is necessary
      • which is about linking interdependent supply system decisions, and actions
      • which needs to be visual, responsive and simple to manage
      © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved.
    • Push Vs. Pull Scheduling
      • Push Scheduling
      • • traditional approach
      • • “ move the job on when finished”
      • • problems - creates excessive inventory
      • Pull scheduling
      • • coordinated production
      • • driven by demand (pulled through system)
      • • extensive use of visual triggers
      • (production/withdrawal kanbans)
      © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved.
    • JIT Principles
      • Create flow production
      • • one piece flow
      • • machines in order of processes
      • • small and inexpensive equipment
      • • U cell layout, counter clockwise
      • • multi-process handling workers
      • • easy moving/standing operations
      • • standard operations defined
      © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved.
      • Japanese word for card
      • Authorizes downstream operations based on physical consumption
      • May be a card, flag, verbal signal etc.
      • Used often with fixed-size containers
      • Kanban quantities are a function of lead-time and consumption rate of the item being replenished (min qty=(demand during lead-time + safety stock)/ container quantity)
      Kanban © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved.