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  • Video for Manual Kanbanyahaanpedekhna
  • Speaker notes (refer to these for providing explanation)Production Kanban- authorizes production of goodsTransportation Kanban- authorizes transporting a fixed amount of product to downstreamKanban Square- its like an area marked to hold designated itemsMaterial kanban-used to order material in advance of a processSupplier Kanban- Rotates between the factory and suppliers
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  • 1. KANBAN SYSTEMSPresented By Anupam Sharma
  • 2. What is Kanban? Kanban, a Japanese word, literally meaning “signboard” or “billboard” Means of achieving JIT production System of continuous supply of components & parts Enables workers to have  What they need  Where they need it, and  When they need it
  • 3. What is Kanban? Can be used by  ManufacturingOrganizations  Non Manufacturing Organizations Kanban system can be implemented either  Manually or  Through oracle based applications, or  A hybrid of Oracle and Manual techniques
  • 4. Why Kanban? Visualize workflow Lower inventory investment Better “customer” service Reduced administrative costs
  • 5. Starting with Kanban Start with what you do know Modify it slightly to implement pull Use a transparent method for viewing work, and organising the team Limit WIP and pull work when the team has capacity Evolve from there by recognising bottlenecks, waste and variability that affect performanceKanban will support the team’s journey of process Improvement and will expose the best solution
  • 6. Manual Kanban Manual Information system to control production, material transportation, and inventory A visual record is left at the site to achieve replenishment In the broad sense it is a communication signal from a downstream process (customer) to an upstream process
  • 7. Kanban Card
  • 8. Simple 2-Bin Hybrid KanbanHere, Number of Kanbans(bins) = (Demand during leadtime+ Safety stock)/Size of theBin
  • 9. Types of Kanban Production Kanban (P-Kanban) Transportation Kanban (T-Kanban) Kanban Square Material Kanban Supplier Kanban
  • 10. ImplementableElsewhere? IT industry? Service Industry (hotels, restaurants)? TAPMI?
  • 11. Kanban Board
  • 12. Kanban References: Anderson, Kanban in Action: http://www.agilemanagement.net/Articles/Weblog/KanbaninAction.ht ml Hiranabe, Kanban Applied to Software Development: from Agile to Lean: http://www.infoq.com/articles/hiranabe-lean-agile-kanban Ladas, Scrumban - Essays on Kanban Systems for Lean Software Development: http://www.lulu.com/content/3864767 Ladas, Scrum-ban: http://leansoftwareengineering.com/ksse/scrum-ban/ Belshee, Naked Planning, Kanban Simplified: http://joearnold.com/2008/03/naked-planning-kanban-simplified/