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Licg Profile 2010 Rev5

  1. 1. Lean India Consulting Group Delivering Continual Excellence A Presentation
  2. 2. Contents • Our Genesis • Vision, Mission & Values • About LICG • What we do 22 July 2010 2
  3. 3. Our Genesis A division of 10 year old JCE Mgmt Services Started by direct acolytes of Sensei Masaaki Imai- Kaizen Guru Were part of Masaaki Imai led Kaizen Institute Consulting Group for more than 10 years.  Combined industry experience of over 75 years in Manufacturing , Transactional , Healthcare, Construction ,IT/ITes etc  Expertise in TPS fundamentals , Radical Lean Transformations & Continual Business Excellence We excel both in consulting & execution Mentored by Taiichi Ohno’s direct disciples Led by Ashok Puri, renowned Lean expert in the country. Specialize in creating Lean culture & Human Performance Management  Expertise in Financial Services, Manufacturing, Biotech & Pharma, Oil & Gas & Healthcare 22 July 2010 3
  4. 4. Vision, Mission & Values Vision Lead & Support Continual Excellence Mission To create Value & make our clients experts Values -People -Client’s interest is supreme - Continual learning -Professionalism -Speed Theme LIFE – Lean Innovations For Excellence 22 July 2010 4
  5. 5. About LICG A company with global presence, driven by principles of Lean and helping organizations to drive Continual Business Excellence by Defining the Business Needs, Designing Strategy and Aligning Operations & Support functions with Strategy. We help transform business performance for sustainable growth & profits, transferring knowledge to people and making client experts. 22 July 2010 5
  6. 6. What we do Training Consulting Execution Strategy Deployment 22 July 2010 6
  7. 7. What we do Strategy Deployment Manufacturing Hoshin Kanri Balanced Scorecard Process Healthcare Continual Excellence Pharmaceuticals NPD SCM Lean Six Sigma Innovation Tools Process Management CE Leadership Construction IT/ITes Certifications Financial Services CE Practitioner CE Coach Service/Transactional CE Champion Governments 22 July 2010 7
  8. 8. Lean Training 22 July 2010 8
  9. 9. The Training & Certification Roadmap CE Champion CE Coach 8-12 weeks 4-6 weeks CE Practitioner 22 July 2010 9
  10. 10. Training & Certification – CE Practitioner Purpose  To train, facilitate & certify executives as Continual Excellence Practitioners Methodology  12 Days Training cum Workshop (Minimum 15 Participants)  Lean Principles & Philosophy  Lean Basic Tools  Waste Elimination,5S, Visual Management. Standardization – 4 days  TPM basics- KI, AM, PM,EM and over view of all pillars - 4 days  TFM basics – JIT, VSM, KANBAN, Internal and External logistics, single piece flow, LCA, SMED- 4 days  2 Hour Hard Copy examination (Min 80% passing) after each 4 days session. Outputs  LICG certified Continual Excellence Practitioners 22 July 2010 10
  11. 11. Training & Certification – CE Coach Purpose  To train, facilitate & certify executives as Continual Excellence Coach Methodology  12 Days Training cum Workshop (Minimum 15 Participants)  Lean for Business Processes– Advanced Tools  Flow Tools like Process Mapping, VOC, TAT, Systematic Layout Plan (SLP), Value Stream Mapping. 16 losses and loss identification in VSM, Potential Improvement Plan. Future state development.  Pull Tools like Kanban in Office, Visual Communication.  Mistake Proofing Tools like Standard Checklist  3 Hour Hard Copy examination (Min 80% passing) + One completed Project Outputs  LICG certified Continual Excellence Coach Pre-Requisites  CE Practitioner 22 July 2010 11
  12. 12. Training & Certification – CE Champion Purpose  To train, facilitate & certify executives as Continual Excellence Champion Methodology  12 Days Training cum Workshop (Minimum 15 Participants)  Continual Excellence Leadership Skills  Train the Trainer – 10 Modules  Leader Standard Work  Innovation Tools  Idea Generation Tools  Idea Selection & Prioritization Tools  3 Hour Hard Copy examination (Min 80% passing) + One completed Project + 2 training sessions as Trainer + Minimum 2 project facilitations Outputs  LICG certified Continual Excellence Champion Pre-Requisites  CE Coach 22 July 2010 12
  13. 13. Consulting 22 July 2010 13
  14. 14. We understand the “Mechanics” of Lean Culture Kaikaku Value Value Flow Pull Perfection Stream Seed & Grow Philosophy Kaizen Lean Tools, Statistical Tools, Innovation Tools Tools & Techniques Provision / Consumption Maps, Standards, OEE PDCA / DMAIC, Process Management Structure Customer Delight Thinking Pull Flow Philosophy MUDA, MURA & MURI Elimination 22 July 2010 14
  15. 15. Lean Excellence Journey Phase I Phase II Results • Process Improvements in terms of Equipment availability & utilization ,Lead Time, layout, Inventory, Set-up Time, Availability, Throughput Rate, Cost Reduction, Waste Elimination etc Challenge the Shingo Prize Developing systems for Continual Excellence Enhancing Process Performance and creating Systems for sustenance Leadership Alignment Results • Next-mark level of Process performance • ‘Lean’ becomes ‘way of doing business’ • Challenging ‘Shingo Excellence’ earning global recognition 2-3 years
  16. 16. Our Engagement Model Thinking Structure Tools Problem Solvers Execute Assess Educate Internalize Initiate  Identify Need Leader Conclave Training Pilot Areas Facilitation Capture VOC Evolve Policy/s Evaluation Standardize TTT Report Out Induction Certification Deployment Self Learning Project Management
  17. 17. Flow Lean Shingo Award Lean Logistics Integrating Lean company wide Leader Standard Work 14 Supplier improvement programs Lean Live Office Projects Standardization A3, Standard Work Point Kaizen Workshops SMED, Cell, Kanban, Point 5S Lean Live Office training Kaikaku Projects Layout Change, 5S, Visual Management, Quality Defects, Project Management, NPD Select Projects Assessment Leadership Conclave Hoshin Kanri Future State Mapping Current State Mapping Education & Training Management decides to “Go Lean” Certification 22 July 2010 17
  18. 18. Benefits Overall benefits Benefits Short Term Long Term Improvement Culture -Certified Problem Solvers -Higher Top Line / Bottom Line -Higher customer satisfaction -Completed projects (Min. 1 per person) -Self directed work Teams -Cost Reduction -Continual project execution -Productivity Improvement -People Involvement -Reduced Defects -Optimal Resource Utilization -Reduced energy consumption -Process Improvements -Quick Wins in Pain Areas 22 July 2010 18
  19. 19. Contact us …… Ashok Puri Managing Director Lean India Consulting Group 5, Kanishka Complex, K- block Kalkaji New Delhi 100019 Mob. +919810030260 Ph no. 011-41629387 apuri@leanindia.co.in www.leanindia.co.in

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