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1920s Henry Ford 1940 Taiichi Ohno - Toyota
High-volume production Minimal invetories Nothing is produced until it is required Smooth flow of material
Interaction with all departments Large companies requires more time for implementation Small companies – simple structure- less time for implementation
Increasing utilization of machinery Zero investory storage Impovement in quality Closer relationship with suppliers
Supply shock Hidden costs Increasing expenses for suppliers Problems to develope flexible workforce
Teamwork Presentation on JUST IN TIME” METHOD World Wide Science, Online MBA Program 25 June 2011 Head of Group: Head of Group: Ahmad Shikeb Farazi Ahmad.
Lean Production The elimination of waste in the production process.
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Chapter 5 Value Stream Mapping. IT-465 Lean Manufacturing2 What is VSM? It is a method of creating a “one page picture” of all of the processes that occur.
Lean Manufacturing. Why do this? Lets look at jobs on Monster.com that refer to Lean - ployer/?WT_srch=1&s_kwcid=job%20ope.
Ford 1. Ford 2 Ford 3 Ford 4 Ford 5 Ford 6 Ford 7.
Lean Supply Chains Chapter Fourteen McGraw-Hill/Irwin
Lean Manufacturing. Lean Enterprise - A business system for organizing and managing product development, operations, suppliers and customer relations.
Operations Fall 2015 Bruce Duggan Providence University College.
Production Systems Mr. Kerins. Mass Vs. Lean Production.
Just-in-Time Manufacturing. A. INTRODUCTION Why “Just-in-Time” manufacturing ? Why “Just-in-Time” manufacturing ? No large capital outlays required. No.
Operations – II Value chain basics Chitra Duvedi.
Going Lean Can it work for the Medical University? Jennifer Hooks MBA Manager, Performance Improvement Six Sigma Master Black Belt Lean Sensei.
Layout Strategy. Introduction What – Layout Decisions Where – For efficiency or customer appeal Why – Improve Profitability.
Supply Chain Management
JIT/Lean Production Chapter 13.
ERP IMPLEMENTATION. Implementation Implementing such a large and complex software system in a company used to involve an army of analysts, programmers,
Social Roles and Relationships.
Just-In-Time Manufacturing David Comita Arielle Herold Jaslyn Moore Shanelle Williamson.
Basics of Lean How to See and Eliminate Waste Slides courtesy of Doug Fingles, MERC.
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