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One	piece	flow
You	might	have	a	few
questions
Who	am	I?
@eigels
Why	are	we	here?
What's	the	goal	of	this
presentation?
How	we	will	do	it?
Why	talk	about	history?
Why	should	we	care	about	history?
Why	talk	about
manufacturing?
Who	is	this	presentation	for?
I	also	have	a	few	questions
How	do	you...?
How	did	work	work	at	the
beginning	of	industrialization?
This	man	brought	the	first
major	revolution	for	how	we
work
Scientific	management
The	study	of	work	process	scientifically
Building	an	equipment	is	a	well	defined	set	of	steps
Each	st...
Mass	Production	System
To	get	lower	costs	(higher	profitability)	you	need	to
increase	the	number	of	units	of	output
Characteristics
Resource	utilization
PUSH
"Any	customer	can	have	a	car
painted	any	color	that	he	wants	so
long	as	it	is	black."	-	Henry	Ford
Analytical	thinking
Work	became	a	series	of	small,	well	defined,
repetitive,	tasks
To	get	the	smallest	cost	one	needs	to
m...
It's	Demo	Time!
Back	to	efficiency
WASTE!
Muda
Muri	
Overburden
(supraincarca)
Mura
Unevenness
(neuniformitate)
"Mura	causes	Muri	causes	Muda
causes	Mura	and	so	on"
John	Bicheno
Unevenness	causes	Overburden	causes	Waste
causes	Unevenn...
Characteristics
Focus	on	flow
Focus	on	customer
Systems	thinking
A	network	of	interdependent	components	that	work
together	to	try	to	accomplish	the	aim	of	the	system
True...
"All	we	are	doing	is	looking	at	the
time	line	from	the	moment	the
customer	gives	us	an	order	to	the
point	when	we	collect	...
It's	Demo	Time!
Do	we	really	need	to	have	one
Single	tiny	tiny	piece	in	the
flow?
Little's	Law
Take	Away
"Ohno	was	able	to	realize	over	time
that	economy	of	flow	was	superior	to
economy	of	scale,	and	to	see	this
flow,	he	needed...
What	was	the	goal	of	this
presentation?
Your	feedback	is	appreciated
Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel   one piece flow
Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel   one piece flow
Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel   one piece flow
Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel   one piece flow
Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel   one piece flow
Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel   one piece flow
Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel   one piece flow
Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel   one piece flow
Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel   one piece flow
Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel   one piece flow
Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel   one piece flow
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  1. 1. One piece flow
  2. 2. You might have a few questions
  3. 3. Who am I? @eigels
  4. 4. Why are we here?
  5. 5. What's the goal of this presentation?
  6. 6. How we will do it?
  7. 7. Why talk about history? Why should we care about history?
  8. 8. Why talk about manufacturing?
  9. 9. Who is this presentation for?
  10. 10. I also have a few questions
  11. 11. How do you...?
  12. 12. How did work work at the beginning of industrialization?
  13. 13. This man brought the first major revolution for how we work
  14. 14. Scientific management The study of work process scientifically Building an equipment is a well defined set of steps Each step should take a predefined amount of time
  15. 15. Mass Production System To get lower costs (higher profitability) you need to increase the number of units of output
  16. 16. Characteristics
  17. 17. Resource utilization
  18. 18. PUSH
  19. 19. "Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black." - Henry Ford
  20. 20. Analytical thinking Work became a series of small, well defined, repetitive, tasks To get the smallest cost one needs to minimize(maximize) the cost(productivity) of each task
  21. 21. It's Demo Time!
  22. 22. Back to efficiency
  23. 23. WASTE!
  24. 24. Muda
  25. 25. Muri Overburden (supraincarca)
  26. 26. Mura Unevenness (neuniformitate)
  27. 27. "Mura causes Muri causes Muda causes Mura and so on" John Bicheno Unevenness causes Overburden causes Waste causes Unevenness and so on (Neuniformitatea cauzeaza suprasolicitare cauzeaza risipa cauzeaza neuniformitate si tot asa)
  28. 28. Characteristics
  29. 29. Focus on flow
  30. 30. Focus on customer
  31. 31. Systems thinking A network of interdependent components that work together to try to accomplish the aim of the system True costs are end-to-end Cost is in flow, not in activity
  32. 32. "All we are doing is looking at the time line from the moment the customer gives us an order to the point when we collect the cash. And we are reducing that time line by removing the non-value-added wastes." Taiichi Ohno
  33. 33. It's Demo Time!
  34. 34. Do we really need to have one Single tiny tiny piece in the flow?
  35. 35. Little's Law
  36. 36. Take Away
  37. 37. "Ohno was able to realize over time that economy of flow was superior to economy of scale, and to see this flow, he needed to understand his organisation as a system." John Seddon
  38. 38. What was the goal of this presentation?
  39. 39. Your feedback is appreciated
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