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The Practice process for   Lean Learning Activities 6 S’s and Stream cycle
Created by Tom Curtis 2011Blog: www.onimproving.blogspot.comPresentations: on www.slideshare.net/onimproving Email: ideame...
Set up   Streamstop    solve  SmoothStandardize
Set upGet the activity ready to test.
Stream cycle
StreamFlow the activity untilan issue is identified.
stopHalt the activity as soonas the issue is identified.
solveFix the issue identified.Begin stream againbefore corrected step.
StreamFlow the activity untilan issue is identified.Final Stream step should flow full activity.
SmoothRemove any remain roughspots from the activity.
StandardizeDocument the process so it canbe followed by someone else.
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Lean Learning Activities: The Practice Process

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  1. 1. The Practice process for Lean Learning Activities 6 S’s and Stream cycle
  2. 2. Created by Tom Curtis 2011Blog: www.onimproving.blogspot.comPresentations: on www.slideshare.net/onimproving Email: ideamerchants@gmail.comTwitter: @onimproving
  3. 3. Set up Streamstop solve SmoothStandardize
  4. 4. Set upGet the activity ready to test.
  5. 5. Stream cycle
  6. 6. StreamFlow the activity untilan issue is identified.
  7. 7. stopHalt the activity as soonas the issue is identified.
  8. 8. solveFix the issue identified.Begin stream againbefore corrected step.
  9. 9. StreamFlow the activity untilan issue is identified.Final Stream step should flow full activity.
  10. 10. SmoothRemove any remain roughspots from the activity.
  11. 11. StandardizeDocument the process so it canbe followed by someone else.
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