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In his keynote presentation at the 2010 Lean Logistcs Summit, Robert Martichenko, co-author of the Building a Lean Fulfillment Stream workbook, delineated the elements of a lean supply chain

In his keynote presentation at the 2010 Lean Logistcs Summit, Robert Martichenko, co-author of the Building a Lean Fulfillment Stream workbook, delineated the elements of a lean supply chain

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  • Processes alone will self destruct/fall apart. System left on own will move to state of chaos…Idea that business is a system, lean recognizes that…Whole point about PDCA

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  • Building the Lean Fulfillment StreamLean Logistics SummitJune 22, 2010
  • Slide: 2
    Process and the Supply Chain
    “Brilliant Process Management is our Strategy”
    “We get brilliant results from average people managing brilliant processes”
    “We observe that our competitors often get average (or worse) results from brilliant people managing broken processes”
    Toyota Motor Manufacturing
    Oh No ! What happened !
  • 3
    Is Anything For Certain These Days ?
  • Non-Value Added
    Business-Value Added
    Value Added
    Adds value to the output and customer is willing to pay for.
    Does not add value to the output, and customer isn’t willing to pay for.
    Does not add value to output, customer will not pay for, but is necessary.
    (Legal, Safety, Etc.)
    Certainty # 1
    Process
    Optimize
    Eliminate
    Minimize
  • Certainty # 2Processes Want to Fall Apart
    In a system, a process that occurs will tend to increase the total entropy of the universe.
    Second law of thermodynamics
    Entropy
    • A measure of the disorder or randomness in a closed system
    • A measure of the loss of information in a transmitted message
    • Inevitable and steady deterioration of a system or society
    System: A group of interacting, interrelated, or interdependent elements forming a complex whole.
  • Certainty # 3
    Overproduction is the King of waste…Make to order is utopia
    +
    <
    = MTO
    Customer LT
    Supply LT
    MLT + OL
    <
    +
    = Forecast
    Customer LT
    Supply LT
    MLT + OL
  • Slide: 7
  • 9
    Principles of the Lean Supply Chain
  • Lean - & Systems Thinking
    All New Products every year with 100% new components…
    The defining characteristic of a system is that it cannot be understood as a function of its isolated components. First, the behavior of the system doesn't depend on what each part is doing but on how each part is interacting with the rest ...
    Kofman and Senge,
    1993
    You’re a fool if you don’t focus on BOM costs
    What we need are more sales promotions !
    I love it when a plan comes together…did it ?
  • Supply Chain & Logistics ManagementA Practical Viewpoint
    Supply Chain Management
    Logistics
    12
  • Do we see the flow (or lack of flow )
  • Thank YouRobert@leancor.com