Learning from Toyota - Engineering a Kaizen/Lean Summer Camp

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Travis & Jack Schott of http://campingcoasttocoast.org presented at the American Camp Association National conference.

The "Lean" principles (deliver what is valuable to customer; reduce Waste; improve continuously) became well known with the Toyota Production System but has been applied in business, the service industry and even in government.

We examined how these principles could reduce waste (time and money) in the summer camp environment

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Learning from Toyota - Engineering a Kaizen/Lean Summer Camp

  1. 1. Engineering a KAIZEN Summer CAMP (Learning  from  Toyota)
  2. 2. last week I retired
  3. 3. Travis Allison @CampHacker
  4. 4. Larry’s boy
  5. 5. Jack Schott @CampCoast2Coast
  6. 6. Laura Kriegel @CampCoast2Coast
  7. 7. #CampPros c4mp.pro
  8. 8. Kaizen  is
  9. 9. con7nuous  improvement
  10. 10. LEAN  is • Deliver what is valuable to customer • Reduce Waste • Improve continuously
  11. 11. To  get  be;er  as  a   Camp
  12. 12. Don’t  be  AFRAID  to  change
  13. 13. Ask  WHY
  14. 14. A quick history of “Lean”
  15. 15. 1500  -­‐  Venetian Arsenal   (ships  built  in  one  Day)   1913  -­‐  Henry Ford   (assembly  line)   1950  -­‐  Edwards Deming   (Plan,  Do,  Check,  Act)   1950  -­‐  Tiichi Ohno  (Toyota   Produc7on  System  &   Just  In  Time)  
  16. 16. The Seven Deadly WASTES
  17. 17. •D  own7me   •O  ver  produc7on   •W  ai7ng   •N  ot  U7lizing   Employees   •T  ransporta7on   •I  nventory   •M  o7on   •E  xcess  processing
  18. 18. Visuals  allow  you  to  see  and  instantly  know  when  you   have  a  problem  or  abnormal  condi7on.
  19. 19. visual SYSTEMS
  20. 20. Visuals  allow  you  to  see   and  instantly  know   when  you  have  a   problem   Make  your  work  and  the   status  of  that  work  as   visual  as  possible   Design  simple  techniques   to  error-­‐proof   processes     Catch  mistakes  and  errors   before  they  turn  into   customer  defects
  21. 21. What  would  a  lean  camp  do?
  22. 22. Learn  through   small,   con7nuous   improvements
  23. 23. Try  new  things
  24. 24. Learn  through   experiments
  25. 25. Kaizen  at  your  camp
  26. 26. Problem areas Elec7ve  sign  ups   Medicine  delivery   Drop  off  day   A  &  C  supplies   PuXng  out  a  meal   on  7me
  27. 27. lean leadership
  28. 28. Kaizen  event
  29. 29. A3
  30. 30. OBEYA  room
  31. 31. Everything  I  Know   About   lean I  Learned  in  First   Grade
  32. 32. staff  will  get Frustrated if  nothing  changes
  33. 33. Leadership  by   chairman cho
  34. 34. Show  Respect   Go  and  See   Ask  Why
  35. 35. thank you! slideshare.net/zoic
  36. 36. Jack Schott & TRAVIS ALLISON CampingCoas;oCoast.org   CampHacker.TV Free   Camp   MARKETING Newsle;er

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