Lean Management in
Non-Manufacturing
Workplaces
By: Total Excellence Manufacturing
Lean production have been
making a huge difference in
cutting down waste and
increasing customer value.
Tools utilized
may include
Kaizen and Six
Sigma
amongst
others.
Photo Credits: Wikipedia
In this presentation, let us
see how lean management
inputs can help!
1. FLOW
In a factory environment, the product
cycle is mapped from the raw material
stage to the finished products stage.
The aim is to have a
production cycle that
flows smoothly.
2. WASTE
Figure out processes and
activities that waste a lot
of your employees’ time.
It will help to cut down
such wasteful systems
and processes.
3. WORK
MOVEMENT
Do you have too
many hierarchies
and approvals in
place?
How much
delegation of
decision making
happens in the
workplace?
4. Professional
Training
Good look at the daily work
of professionals and
streamlining techniques can
help improve productivity.
Do you Need More
Help in Understanding
Lean Management?
Visit:

www.txm.com.au
Total Excellence
Manufacturing
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Lean Management in Non Manufacturing Workplaces

  1. 1. Lean Management in Non-Manufacturing Workplaces By: Total Excellence Manufacturing
  2. 2. Lean production have been making a huge difference in cutting down waste and increasing customer value.
  3. 3. Tools utilized may include Kaizen and Six Sigma amongst others. Photo Credits: Wikipedia
  4. 4. In this presentation, let us see how lean management inputs can help!
  5. 5. 1. FLOW
  6. 6. In a factory environment, the product cycle is mapped from the raw material stage to the finished products stage.
  7. 7. The aim is to have a production cycle that flows smoothly.
  8. 8. 2. WASTE
  9. 9. Figure out processes and activities that waste a lot of your employees’ time.
  10. 10. It will help to cut down such wasteful systems and processes.
  11. 11. 3. WORK MOVEMENT
  12. 12. Do you have too many hierarchies and approvals in place?
  13. 13. How much delegation of decision making happens in the workplace?
  14. 14. 4. Professional Training
  15. 15. Good look at the daily work of professionals and streamlining techniques can help improve productivity.
  16. 16. Do you Need More Help in Understanding Lean Management?
  17. 17. Visit: www.txm.com.au
  18. 18. Total Excellence Manufacturing
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