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Lean+                                                      Enterprise Initiative NASA Project Management Conference | Febr...
Agenda NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008       Establishing the Vision       Defining the approach       ...
Setting the vision   A Vision that rallies collective action NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008           ...
Continuous improvement journey   NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008                                       ...
Lean+ Tying it all TogetherBringing the best of Boeing … to Boeing NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008Copyr...
The Lean+ Mission at Boeing: NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008                                           ...
Lean+ Cultural Evolution NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008                                               ...
Do the basics!Understanding what Customers value … NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008                     ...
Do the Basics! NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008                                                Identify ...
Map the “Value Stream”, define successand measure performance NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008          ...
Eliminate waste and deliver value First time quality … saves money NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008     ...
NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008                                                Lean Success StoriesCopy...
Design/Procure/Build/Certify/Deliver737 Program NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008                        ...
SupportMaterial Management Response Cell NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008                               ...
Super HornetProduction Transformation NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008                                  ...
Satellite and Information SystemsLean Journey NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008                          ...
2006 Supply Catalog Reduction NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008        Reduced 39,000        items from t...
Ares I Proposal“Taking Lean to the Next Level” NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008                         ...
SummaryContinuous quality/productivity improvement is everyone’s job NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008EVE...
Copyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved.                                                NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ...
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  1. 1. Lean+ Enterprise Initiative NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008Lean+“Tying it all Together” Jan Martinson Director, IDS Lean+ February 2008BOEING is a trademark of Boeing Management Company.Copyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) |1 1/31/2008
  2. 2. Agenda NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Establishing the Vision Defining the approach Keys to successful deployment Examples SummaryCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) |2 1/31/2008
  3. 3. Setting the vision A Vision that rallies collective action NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Lean is … a desired state characterized by: Efficient use of assets High inventory turns Continuous flow Excellent supplier management Short cycle times First-time Quality Low transaction costs Engaged peopleCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) |3 1/31/2008
  4. 4. Continuous improvement journey NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Moonshine War Expanded Supplier Symposiums Engineering Leanfest Moonshine Groups Six Sigma Steering Team 3P, Chaku Chaku Enterprise-wide Lean Conf. World Class Competitiveness Training Six Sigma Events Two Shingo Prizes Awarded Productivity Circles Process Management Workshops Quality NavigatorsProductivity Programs 5S’s Kaizen Distribution Events Managing Quality Seminars First Shingijutsu Seminar Conway Seminars Shingijutsu Training Employee Involvement (EI) 1980 1986 1992 1995- 96 1998- 99 2003- 05 1984 1990- 91 1993- 94 1997 2000- 02 2006 Lean+ Moving Lines Initiated Quality Improvement Point of Use Circles Formed Supplier Development Value Stream Alignment Japan Study Missions Lean Mfg. Assessment (LMA) 9 Tactics developed CQI/Total Quality Mgmt. Sys. Integration of Six Sigma Training Moving lines Implemented Just-in-Time (JIT) Initiatives Inaugural Moonshine Wars Accelerative Improvement Workshops (AIW) Lean Conferences Began Copyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) |4 1/31/2008
  5. 5. Lean+ Tying it all TogetherBringing the best of Boeing … to Boeing NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008Copyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) |5 1/31/2008
  6. 6. The Lean+ Mission at Boeing: NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Lean+ enables an environment and culture focused on achieving world-class levels of customer satisfaction, productivity and long-term growth, through the systematic prevention and elimination of waste and sustained continuous improvement driven by: One Boeing approach A common language Consolidated and aligned tools / principles Consolidated and standardized training Sharing, learning, and replication Value stream focus: customers and supplier-partners Leaders as teachers Engaging our employees The ONE overarching continuous improvement approachCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) |6 1/31/2008
  7. 7. Lean+ Cultural Evolution NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 ng a rni tion Le niza a org ing nk ses Li es cc Leaders as su of teachers ck ets s Empowered Po cces teams su Connecting Self-sustaining cy en successes culture of urg te Learn Engaging the improvement C rea Do value stream Education Awareness People Link the System Improvements Years Months Days Hours Minutes Seconds measured in:Copyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) |7 1/31/2008
  8. 8. Do the basics!Understanding what Customers value … NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Identify Your Customers & StakeholdersCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) |8 1/31/2008
  9. 9. Do the Basics! NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Identify Products / ServicesCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) |9 1/31/2008
  10. 10. Map the “Value Stream”, define successand measure performance NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Clarify Needs & Set Goals Understand the Flow & Focus Action MetricsCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) | 10 1/31/2008
  11. 11. Eliminate waste and deliver value First time quality … saves money NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Make Work Flow Reduce System Complexity High Performance Environment Reuse Knowledge & ProductsCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) | 11 1/31/2008
  12. 12. NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Lean Success StoriesCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) | 12 1/31/2008
  13. 13. Design/Procure/Build/Certify/Deliver737 Program NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 737 Lean Progress 50% Final Assembly cycle time reduction 55% cost of quality reduction 63% reduction in hazardous wasteCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) | 13 1/31/2008
  14. 14. SupportMaterial Management Response Cell NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 CAS Lean Progress Goal of reducing response time to 4 hours 30% of requirements currently resolved in 30 minutes Handles more than 6,000 customer requests per weekCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) | 14 1/31/2008
  15. 15. Super HornetProduction Transformation NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 90%+ Defect reduction 55% Cycle reduction 20% Reduction in footprint Pulse / Moving line Paperless factory Our people shaping the futureCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) | 15 1/31/2008
  16. 16. Satellite and Information SystemsLean Journey NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Many talented teams applied Lean+ to improve quality and productivity Improved quality & mitigated technical risk Open qualifications reduced 100% Unit return rate reduced 97% Cost of rework, repair, scrap reduced 73% Increased throughput On-time engineering improved to 93% Electronic unit on-time delivery 97% Delivered results Electronic unit cost performance index 0.98 Consistently profitable Top-down Lean implementation led to business resultsCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) | 16 1/31/2008
  17. 17. 2006 Supply Catalog Reduction NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Reduced 39,000 items from the catalog Equal to 30 mini-marts Year-over-year cost savings of 15%Copyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) | 17 1/31/2008
  18. 18. Ares I Proposal“Taking Lean to the Next Level” NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008 Building upon the same Lean expertise that transformed the production lines of the 737, F/A-18E/F, and the Delta IV -- reducing costs, shortening lead times and increasing flexibility. All to take human space systems where they’ve never been before.Copyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) | 18 1/31/2008
  19. 19. SummaryContinuous quality/productivity improvement is everyone’s job NASA Project Management Conference | February 2008EVERYONE … Produces products or services Measures performance for what they produce Works to standardize, simplify their processes Removes non value added processes or steps that cause waste. Uses improvement techniques, making waste visible and then eliminate Empowers employees to improve how their products and services. Leaders need to set expectations … Define it, Measure it, & Reward it. Lean+ EVERYBODY is in … and ALIGNEDCopyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) | 19 1/31/2008
  20. 20. Copyright © 2007 Boeing. All rights reserved. NASA PM Conf | February 2008 ( 2007-0814-158) | 20 1/31/2008

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