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This is an introductory presentation that I use before people start doing their own value stream mapping.

This is an introductory presentation that I use before people start doing their own value stream mapping.

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Value Stream Mapping Workshop Value Stream Mapping Workshop Presentation Transcript

  • Lean Workshop – Value Stream Analysis Michael Sahota
  • Lean Family Tree Copyright 2007 Poppendieck
  • Value Stream: Pull from Customers $$$ Value is defined by the Customer Let customer demand pull the work.
  • Enemies of perfection Picture Source – Toyota Motor Company Australia Waste Un-Evenness Overburden
  • Enemies of perfection II
    • Mura: unevenness of flow
      • Establish a reasonable pull, an even flow.
    • Muri: overburdening the system
      • Keep slack in the system to handle the unexpected.
      • Don't try to force more through than it can handle.
    • Muda: waste
      • Type I: Actions that do not create value but that are currently necessary for the company.
      • Type II: Actions that do not create value and that are not necessary.
  • 7 Classic Wastes Manufacturing Knowledge Work In-Process Inventory Partially Done Work Over-Production Extra Features Extra Processing Paperwork & Relearning Transportation Hand-offs Motion Task Switching Waiting Delays Defects Defects
  • Typical Project Value Stream
    • http://www.michaelnygard.com/blog/2008/02/
  • Overloaded Department Copyright 2007 Poppendieck
  • Example of a Fast Value Stream Copyright 2007 Poppendieck
  • Example of a Slow Value Stream Copyright 2007 Poppendieck
  • Exercise: Break into groups and draw value streams