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www.johnnykinsella.com
Entrepreneur employing on average 10 people over a 20 period
Education
SME Management – Project Management - Executive Coa...
CUSTOMERS OVER THE YEARS
What is lean ?
Lean is a systematic approach
of eliminating “Waste”
so every step adds
“Value” for the Customer.
“Waste” is any activity that consumes
time, resources or space,
but does “NOT”
add any “Value” to the product or service.
...
“Value” is a capability provided to a customer,
at the right time,
at an appropriate price,
. as defined by the customer.
...
History of Lean
So,
Where did lean come from?
1. Define the value (from the customer perspective)
2. Map the value stream
3. Make the process flow
4. Pull from the cust...
Lean Principles
Map the
Value
Stream
Make
the
Process
Flow
Pull from
the Customer
2. Map all of the steps:
Value added
N...
1. Define the value (from the customer perspective)
2. Map the value stream
3. Make the process flow
4. Pull from the cust...
www.johnnykinsella.com info@johnnykinsella.com
Working with you to develop and maintain
a Sustainable Competitive Advantage
The 5 Lean principles
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The 5 Lean principles

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Utilise the power of "The 5 Lean Principles" to uncover your own solutions and to develop a sustainable competitive advantage.

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The 5 Lean principles

  1. 1. www.johnnykinsella.com
  2. 2. Entrepreneur employing on average 10 people over a 20 period Education SME Management – Project Management - Executive Coaching www.johnnykinsella.com
  3. 3. CUSTOMERS OVER THE YEARS
  4. 4. What is lean ? Lean is a systematic approach of eliminating “Waste” so every step adds “Value” for the Customer.
  5. 5. “Waste” is any activity that consumes time, resources or space, but does “NOT” add any “Value” to the product or service. What is Waste?
  6. 6. “Value” is a capability provided to a customer, at the right time, at an appropriate price, . as defined by the customer. Cost Quality Service What is value?
  7. 7. History of Lean So, Where did lean come from?
  8. 8. 1. Define the value (from the customer perspective) 2. Map the value stream 3. Make the process flow 4. Pull from the customer 5. Work toward perfection 5 Principles of Lean
  9. 9. Lean Principles Map the Value Stream Make the Process Flow Pull from the Customer 2. Map all of the steps: Value added Non-Value added that bring a Product or Service to the Customer 3. The continuous flow of products, services and information from end to end, through the process 4. Nothing is done by the upstream process until the downstream customer signals a need. Actual demand Pulls the product/service through the value stream 5. The complete elimination of waste ensuring all activities create value for the customer through innovation & continuous improvement projects 1. Define Value from the Customers perspective and express value in terms of a specific product or service Work towards Perfection
  10. 10. 1. Define the value (from the customer perspective) 2. Map the value stream 3. Make the process flow 4. Pull from the customer 5. Work toward perfection 5 Principles of Lean
  11. 11. www.johnnykinsella.com info@johnnykinsella.com Working with you to develop and maintain a Sustainable Competitive Advantage

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