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Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel one piece flow


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Iasi code camp 12 october 2013silviu eigel one piece flow

  1. 1. One piece flow
  2. 2. You might have a few questions
  3. 3. Who am I? @eigels
  4. 4. Why are we here?
  5. 5. What's the goal of this presentation?
  6. 6. How we will do it?
  7. 7. Why talk about history? Why should we care about history?
  8. 8. Why talk about manufacturing?
  9. 9. Who is this presentation for?
  10. 10. I also have a few questions
  11. 11. How do you...?
  12. 12. How did work work at the beginning of industrialization?
  13. 13. This man brought the first major revolution for how we work
  14. 14. Scientific management The study of work process scientifically Building an equipment is a well defined set of steps Each step should take a predefined amount of time
  15. 15. Mass Production System To get lower costs (higher profitability) you need to increase the number of units of output
  16. 16. Characteristics
  17. 17. Resource utilization
  18. 18. PUSH
  19. 19. "Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black." - Henry Ford
  20. 20. Analytical thinking Work became a series of small, well defined, repetitive, tasks To get the smallest cost one needs to minimize(maximize) the cost(productivity) of each task
  21. 21. It's Demo Time!
  22. 22. Back to efficiency
  23. 23. WASTE!
  24. 24. Muda
  25. 25. Muri Overburden (supraincarca)
  26. 26. Mura Unevenness (neuniformitate)
  27. 27. "Mura causes Muri causes Muda causes Mura and so on" John Bicheno Unevenness causes Overburden causes Waste causes Unevenness and so on (Neuniformitatea cauzeaza suprasolicitare cauzeaza risipa cauzeaza neuniformitate si tot asa)
  28. 28. Characteristics
  29. 29. Focus on flow
  30. 30. Focus on customer
  31. 31. Systems thinking A network of interdependent components that work together to try to accomplish the aim of the system True costs are end-to-end Cost is in flow, not in activity
  32. 32. "All we are doing is looking at the time line from the moment the customer gives us an order to the point when we collect the cash. And we are reducing that time line by removing the non-value-added wastes." Taiichi Ohno
  33. 33. It's Demo Time!
  34. 34. Do we really need to have one Single tiny tiny piece in the flow?
  35. 35. Little's Law
  36. 36. Take Away
  37. 37. "Ohno was able to realize over time that economy of flow was superior to economy of scale, and to see this flow, he needed to understand his organisation as a system." John Seddon
  38. 38. What was the goal of this presentation?
  39. 39. Your feedback is appreciated