Guide To Lean

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Good principles to follow to transform to a lean culture

Good principles to follow to transform to a lean culture

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  • 1. Guide to Lean Principles Leadership Personal
  • 2. Principles of Lean
    • Directly observe work as activities, connections, & flows
    A B C D E F Flow Activity Connection
  • 3.
    • 2. Systematic Waste Elimination
    • 8 Types of waste-
      • 1.Overproduction (more or sooner)
      • 2. Transportation ( movement of anything)
      • 3. Inventory
      • 4. Motion (any movement of people)
      • 5. Waiting (any downtime)
      • 6. Overprocessing (doing more than the customer requires)
      • 7. Defects (any error)
      • 8. Talent
    Principles of Lean
  • 4.
    • 3. Establish high agreement of what & how
      • - The people closest to an activity or process should be in agreement about what & how an activity or process should be accomplished
    • 4. Systematic problem solving
      • Five Whys
      • DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control)
      • Get to the root cause of a problem,
      • not the root blame
    Principles of Lean
  • 5.
    • 5. Create a learning organization
      • Plan – Do – Check – Act
      • - Experimentation means that the plan must include a hypothesis
      • - Reflection (requires time)
    Principles of Lean Plan Do Check Act
  • 6. Leadership Lean
    • Leaders Must be Teachers
      • - Transfer ideas, skill & understanding to others
    • 2. Build Tension, Not Stress
      • - People feel stress when conditions are nearly impossible
      • - People feel tension when they sense a gap between the current state & the ideal state
      • - The leader must pull people together
      • & provide the means to cross the chasm
  • 7.
    • 3. Eliminate Fear & Comfort
      • - Force people out of the comfort zone by setting clear goals & providing mechanisms
      • - Provide physical, emotional & professional safety
      • - Model the proper behavior
    Leadership Lean Comfort Zone Fear Zone Current Knowledge Learning Zone
  • 8.
    • 4. Lead through visible participation, not proclamation
      • - Pull the organization through the process
      • - Active engagement of Lean Coordinator and other training sources
    • 5. Build lean into personal practice
      • - Leaders need to look at their own practices
      • - Design a structured flow for work
      • - Standardization
      • - Use the scientific method
      • (hypothesis)
      • - Broadcast incorporation of lean
    Leadership Lean
  • 9. Personal Lean
    • Always work for the customer
      • Push means there is no demand for the resource
      • Pull means that there is a demand
    • Problem solving at a relationship level
      • Manage commitments
      • Use systemic problem solving & the 5 Whys to determine the true root cause, not root blame
    • Personal learning through Plan/ Do/ Check/ Act
      • Capture expectations – this leads to developing a hypothesis
    • Master what you can control – by eliminating variation you can create more predictable outcomes
    • See more with your own eyes – directly observe work as activities, connections & flows