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A Suaju Company Presentation Covering all business lines: Lean Management, Business Process Intelligence (BPI) / Business Process Management (BPM) and …

A Suaju Company Presentation Covering all business lines: Lean Management, Business Process Intelligence (BPI) / Business Process Management (BPM) and
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  • 1. Company Presentation Technical Director How Lean Can Change Your Organisation Today Keeping Core Capabilities In-House Suaju Ltd
  • 2. Agenda
    • Business Overview
    • Lean
      • The Foundations of Suaju
      • Waste
      • Our Core Values
    • Business Lines
      • Lean Management
      • Business Process Intelligence (BPI) / Business Process Management (BPM)
      • Lean Software
    • Working Model
    • Lean Implementation Walkthroughs
      • Top-Down
      • Bottom-Up
      • Make-Way
    • The Lean Journey
    • Q & A
  • 3. Business Overview
    • A Bristol, UK based company Founded 2009
    • Employees recruited on a need basis
    • Founder worked 15 yrs IT in leading companies:
        • Assystems - Silver Atena
        • Rolls-Royce - Data Systems & Solutions
        • BAE Systems – ATS/Reflectone
        • GEC-Marconi
    • Business Scope:
      • “ Lean Management and Consulting Services, Implementing
      • Business Process Improvements, Software Development
      • Techniques and associated Hardware”
    • Why Suaju:
      • A need for a Lean Approach
        • Bureaucracy
        • Paper Work
        • Process
        • Uncontrolled costs
      • Attended the ‘Lean Government’ Conference in Westminster
  • 4.
    • Certification / Status:
      • ISO 9001:2008 - Quality Management System Certified by ACS Registrars, UKAS
      • Information Commissioners Office (ICO) - Data Protection Act 1998
      • FEANI - Federation of Professional Engineers, Combing 31 European Country Engineering Association Workings
      • Fair-Trade Workplace
    • Our Business Lines
      • Lean Management
      • Business Process Intelligence / Management
      • Lean Software
    Business Overview
  • 5. Lean
    • The Foundations of Suaju
    • Waste
    • Our Core Values
  • 6. Lean – The Foundations of Suaju
    • Lean Manufacturing or Lean Production
    • Used in the Toyota Production System
    • Resources other than adding customer value is waste
    • Principles:
      • Understanding Customer Value
        • Only what customer perceives
      • Value Stream Analysis
        • Only add steps that add value
      • Flow
        • Dedicated production cells
      • Pull
        • Work only on what is required
      • Perfection
        • Continuous Improvement
  • 7. Lean – Waste
    • Transfer of skills/Items
    • Catalogue/Storage Size
    • Irrelevant activity
    • Waiting for items
    • Production overkill
    • To much processing
    • Deficiency not conforming to requirements
  • 8. Lean - Our Core Values
      • Keep Core Capabilities In-house
      • Shared Services Approach
      • Understand the Business Cultures
      • Never compromise Quality
      • Accountability
  • 9. Business Lines
    • Lean Management
    • Business Process Intelligence (BPI) / Business Process Management (BPM)
    • Lean Software
  • 10. Business Lines - Lean Management
    • Continuous Improvement
      • Long term vision
      • Always work towards evolution and innovation
      • See facts for oneself
    • Respect for people
      • Stakeholders
        • Mutual Trust
        • Problems taken seriously
      • Employees
        • Manager takes responsibility of their employees objectives
        • Listen and work bottom-up
  • 11. Business Lines –BPI / BPM
    • Business Process Intelligence (BPI)
      • Process and Activities monitored Realtime
      • Identifying bottlenecks, interruptions, external events
    • Business Process Management (BPM)
      • Holistic Management Approach
      • Aligning organisation aspects with the requirements of the Customer
      • Design-Modelling-Execution-Monitoring-Optimization
  • 12. Business Lines – Lean Software
    • Apply the Lean Principles to Solutions
    • Development combines leading methodologies
      • Agile
      • UML
      • Waterfall
    • Worldwide workforce to hand
      • Finland
      • Ukraine
      • Poland
      • India
      • China
  • 13. Working Model
    • Inception
      • Business needs, Understand/Clarify the problems, What value can be added, Produce Findings
    • Elaboration
      • Identify scope, Schedule, Resource Profile, Risks, Top layer of solution
    • Construction
      • Produce full solution, Verify solution meets stakeholder needs
    • Transition
      • Deliver solution, Install, Stakeholders validate solution
    • Maintain
      • Keep Dialogue
  • 14. Lean Implementation Walkthroughs
    • Top-Down
    • Bottom-Up
    • Make-Way
  • 15. Lean Implementation Walkthrough 1 Top-Down
    • Scenario “flowed down organisation to project team”
    • Senior Management Discuss Lean Vision
    • Project Leaders are informed of the vision and a Project Leader is selected to lead the Lean approach for a Pilot
    • Lean Project Leader is given Objectives
    • Project Leader Objectives are flowed down to team members where negotiation takes place and team members are listened to
    • The Lean Principles are flowed down to the team members
    • Lean Project Leader is given a project where the Client has agreed the Lean Implementation Approach
    • The Lean Project Leader and their team members give feedback on a regular basis to senior management where lessons learnt are fed back into the system
    • Roll out pilot to other Project Leaders
  • 16. Lean Implementation Walkthrough 2 Bottom-Up
    • Scenario “increase employee moral and motivation”
    • A meeting is set up on a regular basis with employees (no managers) to discuss how things could be done better within their organisation and team
    • An idea is voted by the team and presented to their manager
    • The manager discusses this with senior managers
    • The idea is progressed – motivation and moral is increased within the team
  • 17. Lean Implementation Walkthrough 3 Make-Way
    • Scenario “make way for a change in process”
    • The Manager of a company is given the option to choose any process that requires improving and improve it
    • Clear path for change with support from senior managers is given
    • Form a direct, simplest, movement of information for those who produce it
    • Form a direct, simplest, movement of information for those that use it
    • Result in reduced cycle times and inventory
  • 18. The Lean Journey
  • 19. The Lean Journey
    • Lean introduced into organisation
    • Review organisation process structure
    • Changes proposed showing added value
    • Changes implemented into organisation
    • Changes reviewed and shared with rest of organisation
  • 20. Q & A How Lean Can Change Your Organisation Today Keeping Core Capabilities In-House
  • 21. Contact email: [email_address] tel: +44 (0) 117 902 4532 fax: +44 (0) 207 022 1663 web: suaju.com Suaju Ltd PO BOX 2927, Bristol BS3 9EZ United Kingdom Company Registered in England 6884790 © Suaju Ltd, UK. all rights reserved