Lean Startup Presentation by LEI CEO John Shook

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LEI CEO John Shook, who helped Toyota transfer its lean business system to the US, gave the audience some background on lean’s development and its key concepts. He also noted that whether it is established or startup, lean organizations share 2 traits.

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  • Lean Startup Presentation by LEI CEO John Shook

    1. 1. www.lean.org Lean Startup Conference San Francisco Lean Startup – From Toyota City to Fremont to You John Shook Chairman and CEO Lean Enterprise Institute www.lean.org December 2013
    2. 2. “Lean Production ” Was Named Exactly 25 Years Ago “The Triumph of Lean Production” Lean Enterprise Institute
    3. 3. In Search of the World’s Best Production and Management Systems
    4. 4. Toyota City – Lean’s Incubator
    5. 5. New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc. – NUMMI – kick-started a revolution that led to us meeting here today.
    6. 6. Joint Venture
    7. 7. The Worst Factory in the World…
    8. 8. The Worst Factory in the World… Certified Worst!
    9. 9. From the Worst to the Best… Certified!
    10. 10. NPR’s This American Life: “NUMMI”
    11. 11. So, How Did You Really Change the Culture at NUMMI?
    12. 12. It’s a Management System With a Social Side and a Technical Side
    13. 13. Engage Everyone in Continuous Problem Finding and Experimenting 14
    14. 14. Easy to do right, hard to do wrong Easy to spot problems Easy to do P-D-C-A Then…  Support to solve problems  Challenge for continuous experimentation
    15. 15. Problems Happen… What Do We Do With Them?
    16. 16. Hiding Problems is the Most Anti-lean “Problem”
    17. 17. Everyone an Expert Problem Finder and Experimenter “No problem is a problem!”
    18. 18. Ford Milpitas CA Plant
    19. 19. Ford Milpitas CA Plant Today
    20. 20. GM Fremont  What went wrong?
    21. 21. • It’s a Management System! • It’s an Organizational and a Personal Transformation.
    22. 22. Lean From the Start • Lean is about solving problems through continuous experimentation. • We ask: what is our purpose as an organization? What value to create or what problem are we trying to solve? • Then, how do we improve the work and how do we develop the people?
    23. 23. Lean From the Start Do startups face problems that are different from those of established enterprises? More uncertainty? Greater risk? Fewer resources?
    24. 24. Lean, Whether Startup or Established… • Engage Everyone in Problem Finding and Continuous Experimentation • Give Everyone Permission to Fail and Ability to Succeed
    25. 25. Lean Thinking • Principle of “Just Enough” • Practice of Questioning and Experimenting
    26. 26. Lean Enterprise Transformation Questions What’s the PURPOSE? What value? What problem to solve? How to improve the work? How to develop the people? What leadership role and management system? What’s the BASIC THINKING?
    27. 27. www.lean.org What’s the PURPOSE? What value? What problem to solve? How to improve the work? How to develop the people? What leadership role and management system? What’s the BASIC THINKING? Lean Enterprise Institute
    28. 28. www.lean.org Define Your Purpose Improve the Work Develop the People Lean Enterprise Institute

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