- What are the objectives of lean? Continuously improve lead time, quality and costs by eliminating or reducing waste while respecting the humanity of employees
- What are examples of waste? Defects, over-production, waiting, non-utilized talent, excessive product travel, excessive inventories, excessive people motion, excessive processing, overburdening of people and machines, imbalance
- Workplace organization (5S)
- Standardized work
- Cellular manufacturing
- Point-of-use storage
- Visual management techniques
- Key manufacturing metrics
- Value stream mapping
- Single minute exchange of die
- Total productive maintenance
- A3 thinking
- Heijunka box
- Hoshin planning
Most of these should be individual classes.
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