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The Maryland World Class
Consortia (MWCC)
Organizational Overview
The Maryland World Class Consortia
• Enhance the competitive capacity of Maryland
organizations
• Expand and grow business...
What
Is
“Lean”?
A Brief History of Lean
Early TPS

Toyota Production System

Lean

Supply Chain

Lean

Development

Lean
Lean

Accounting
...
Lean Thinking
is a philosophy.

Neovista Consulting, LLC
© 2010

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What lean is:
Total Everybody
Culture Change
The Every Day
Way You Work

Cycles of PDCA
Systematically
Solving Problems
Cu...
Toyota Meals per Hour
Diagnostic Tools
• The Shingo Prize for Operational Excellence
• Named for Shigeo Shingo, who created/described many
aspec...
The Shingo Prize
• Version 7.1, May 2012
• Refined by Shingo Board
of Governors
• Guiding Principles:
– Away from deployme...
Education
• Nearly 2 Dozen Workshops:
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One-Day Lean Overview
Setup Reduction
5S and Visual Managemen...
Lean Facilitator Certification
Program 2014

• Our Eighth Class Year
• January 2014 Kickoff, Five Month Program
• Aligned ...
Lean Certification Partnership

• A universally recognized professional credential that:
• Differentiates levels of Lean k...
Networking and Shared Learning
• Member Company Tours
• Guest Speakers
• Quarterly Meetings
– 11 Feb, 20 May, 7 Aug

• Lea...
2014 Mid-Atlantic Lean Conference
• 22-23 October
• 3rd Annual Event
• Space Available:
Volunteers, Presenters, Sp
onsors
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Lean Govt. Presentations 2011-13
• FL Dept. of Environmental
Protection
• City of Grand Rapids, MI
• Livonia (MI) Public S...
Implementation Support
• Applying lean tools and techniques
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Performance Improvement
Front-line learns by doing un...
Just do it.

© copyright 2008 Neovista Consulting, LLC

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Jeff Fuchs, Director
jfuchs@choosemaryland.org, jbfuchs100@g
mail.com
Cell: 443.865.2198
Twitter: @JBFuchs
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Maryland World Class Consortia Overview Feb 2014

  1. 1. The Maryland World Class Consortia (MWCC) Organizational Overview
  2. 2. The Maryland World Class Consortia • Enhance the competitive capacity of Maryland organizations • Expand and grow businesses, preserve and grow jobs, strengthen the economy, improve society • Provided through: – Diagnostics – Education – Networking and Shared Learning – Implementation Support • Products/Services center on Lean Thinking (aka, The Toyota Production System)
  3. 3. What Is “Lean”?
  4. 4. A Brief History of Lean Early TPS Toyota Production System Lean Supply Chain Lean Development Lean Lean Accounting Service Lean Thinking
  5. 5. Lean Thinking is a philosophy. Neovista Consulting, LLC © 2010 5
  6. 6. What lean is: Total Everybody Culture Change The Every Day Way You Work Cycles of PDCA Systematically Solving Problems Customer Value, Less Waste
  7. 7. Toyota Meals per Hour
  8. 8. Diagnostic Tools • The Shingo Prize for Operational Excellence • Named for Shigeo Shingo, who created/described many aspects of the Toyota Production System • Established in 1988 to educate, assess, and recognize world class operational excellence • Philosophy: That sustainable results come from: – Universal, self-evident principles – Organization-wide alignment of management systems, improvement techniques • Shingo Prize and Research Prize
  9. 9. The Shingo Prize • Version 7.1, May 2012 • Refined by Shingo Board of Governors • Guiding Principles: – Away from deployment of tools, techniques – Bedrock of org. mindset – Drives systems design – Drives use of tools
  10. 10. Education • Nearly 2 Dozen Workshops: – – – – – – – – – – – One-Day Lean Overview Setup Reduction 5S and Visual Management Value Stream Mapping Lean Office Lean Product Development Lean Accounting Identifying Customer Value Creative Problem-Solving Policy Deployment Team-Based Management • Leadership Skills and Styles Development Program • Lean Facilitator Certification Program • Lean Certification Exam and Prep Workshops …And More
  11. 11. Lean Facilitator Certification Program 2014 • Our Eighth Class Year • January 2014 Kickoff, Five Month Program • Aligned with SME/AME/Shingo/ASQ Lean Certification
  12. 12. Lean Certification Partnership • A universally recognized professional credential that: • Differentiates levels of Lean knowledge and competency • Provides a standard approach for measuring Lean knowledge and accomplishment • Develops the next generation of Lean professionals • Facilitates the development of programs to align lean practices
  13. 13. Networking and Shared Learning • Member Company Tours • Guest Speakers • Quarterly Meetings – 11 Feb, 20 May, 7 Aug • Lean Peer Groups – Regional peer cooperatives supporting shared learning and development • Lean Leadership Tours – 12-13 May to Detroit/Ann Arbor Michigan – Fall TBD
  14. 14. 2014 Mid-Atlantic Lean Conference • 22-23 October • 3rd Annual Event • Space Available: Volunteers, Presenters, Sp onsors • • • • • 4 Keynotes 32 Presenters Exhibitors Optional Workshops Awards
  15. 15. Lean Govt. Presentations 2011-13 • FL Dept. of Environmental Protection • City of Grand Rapids, MI • Livonia (MI) Public Schools • MN Office of Continuous Improvement • IA Dept. of Economic Development • NH Dept. of Environmental Services • Howard County (MD) Public Schools
  16. 16. Implementation Support • Applying lean tools and techniques – – – – Performance Improvement Front-line learns by doing under an experienced coach Leaders learn coaching, mentoring, leadership skills Build self-sustaining cultures of continuous improvement • Local and Nationally-Recognized Consultants • All scales: – Turnkey lean transformation projects – Multi-day improvement events – Daily continuous improvement skills
  17. 17. Just do it. © copyright 2008 Neovista Consulting, LLC 17
  18. 18. Jeff Fuchs, Director jfuchs@choosemaryland.org, jbfuchs100@g mail.com Cell: 443.865.2198 Twitter: @JBFuchs

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