What is to be lean?

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What does lean stand for? What is to be lean? A short definition of the so called "Lean manufacturing".

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What is to be lean?

  1. 1. What’s 2B Lean*? *term used by MIT, Jones & Womacks, in 1987 to describe the TPS
  2. 2. The English word “Lean” has no explicit link to continuous improvement. Lean is a buzz word!
  3. 3. Toyota called it TPS for: Toyota Production System
  4. 4. Manufacturing
  5. 5. Manufacturing
  6. 6. Lean applies in a company.
  7. 7. Lean= JIT Muri Standards Hoshin Andon kanban 5S Autonomation 5Why A3 SMED Jidoka Muda 8D Teamwork Heijunka QRQC Visual management TAKT 6Sigma Poka Yoke Genba Kaizen VSM Pull Mura TOC
  8. 8. Lean= JIT Muri Standards Hoshin Andon kanban 5S Autonomation 5Why A3 SMED Jidoka Muda 8D Teamwork Heijunka QRQC Visual management TAKT 6Sigma Poka Yoke Genba Kaizen VSM Pull Mura TOC
  9. 9. It’s not about
  10. 10. “At Toyota we don’t build cars, we build people, our people build cars. The tools are there only to develop our people.”
  11. 11. Lean=Thinking (Principles and rules)
  12. 12. What is really behind companies that succeed at sustained lean implementation is the level of thinking driven by lean principles and rules.
  13. 13. WE ALL WEAR A PAIR OF GLASSES
  14. 14. ALL OF US!
  15. 15. THIS ONE
  16. 16. R  E  A
  17. 17. A PAIR OF GLASSES WITH A LOT  OF FILTERS
  18. 18. FILTERS ALL YOUR LIFE VERY EARLY
  19. 19. L I   R  E  A   
  20. 20. Lean thinking is about  implementing new filters… PRINCIPLES RULES
  21. 21. …to let employees observe everyday work… R  E  A L  I CUR RENT STA
  22. 22. …and see gaps between current and ideal state. CUR IDE STA STA RENT AL
  23. 23. Based on these filters… LEAN PRINCIPLES & RULES … employees collect information, make decisions and take actions.
  24. 24. Thinking is powerful in changing an organization. The way an organization’s people think determines the quality and consistency of their actions.
  25. 25. Thinking drives behaviors. Behaviors drive action. Action drives results.
  26. 26. No tool can fix poor thinking. How you think matters!
  27. 27. Lean=Thinking (Principles and rules)
  28. 28. program
  29. 29. program
  30. 30. Journey
  31. 31. Toyota Production System started in 1947. It is still a "work in progress"
  32. 32. is a
  33. 33. …about Transformation of Management culture …and employee’s empowerment
  34. 34. Lean Manufacturing Lean=thinking (Principles and rules) Lean is a never ending journey

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