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Lean Manufacturing System Compared to Traditional System: Identify the Differences

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In order to effectively transform an organization, the Leadership Team must understand the differences between the current situation and the desired situation (future state). Every member of the team …

In order to effectively transform an organization, the Leadership Team must understand the differences between the current situation and the desired situation (future state). Every member of the team must have the same vision, and a plan to achieve the goal.

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  • 06/07/09 G2 Understanding the ChallengeRCB1Sep05
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    • 1. Lean Hoshin Systems :
        • PEOPLE
        • STABILITY
        • FLOW
    • 2. FLOW : Comparison of Traditional and Lean Systems Lean System Traditional System
      • Rewards “make as much as possible
      • Inventory is good
      • Flexibility and quick changeover are
      • not good because they stop us from working on product
      • Push system scheduled internally
      • Does not recognize the financial
      • value of Speed and time
      • Focus on Value-Add improvement
      • (5%)
      • Rewards making only what the
      • customer needs
      • Inventory is WASTE
      • Flexibility and quick changeover are
      • required to give the customer what they want when they want it
      • Pull system scheduled by Customer
      • Requirements
      • Reducing speed and time is an
      • absolute necessity
      • Focus on Non-Value-Add Waste
      • Elimination (95%)
    • 3. PEOPLE : Comparison of Traditional and Lean Systems Lean System Traditional System Contact [email_address] for more information
    • 4. STABILITY : Comparison of Traditional and Lean Systems Lean System Traditional System Contact [email_address] for more information
    • 5. FINANCIAL : Comparison of Traditional and Lean Systems Lean System Traditional System Contact [email_address] for more information
    • 6. HOSHIN : Comparison of Traditional and Lean Systems Lean System Traditional System Contact [email_address] for more information
    • 7. HOSHIN : Comparison of Traditional and Lean Systems Lean System Traditional System Contact [email_address] for more information