Presentation on theme: "COURSE DESCRIPTION The purpose of this hands-on workshop is to develop participants Lean thinking abilities and to build their skills in creating Lean."— Presentation transcript:
COURSE DESCRIPTION The purpose of this hands-on workshop is to develop participants Lean thinking abilities and to build their skills in creating Lean processes throughout their organizations, while facilitating continual learning and improvement. This interactive workshop spends equal time in the classroom and learning through hands-on application exercises. The exercises will teach attendee’s how to incorporate the concepts of PDCA and problem solving into daily practice to drive continuous improvement and learning in both manufacturing and administrative processes. Throughout both days, attendee’s will participate in shop floor activities to refine and create visual controls to manage, monitor, and improve processes. Additionally, attendee’s will participate in exercises creating A3’s and Leader Standard Work. Participants will be provided with an electronic version of all workshop materials. This 2 day workshop is held at Axiom Electronics in Beaverton, OR. Sorry, No EMS competitors are allowed to participate. Past Workshop Attendee’s Have Said: “One of the best AME workshops I’ve attended. Excellent mix of presentation, participation of group, and break-out activity.” “Excellent participation, great hosts, and I came away excited to spread my learning in this Workshop to my organization.” “Great presenters – all were passionate about the topic and have relevant expertise to teach. Easy to be inspired to be a life-learner…” Host Company: Axiom Electronics CEO’s, Presidents, Vice Presidents Executive Leaders, General Managers Managers, Lean Leaders Those facilitating change within their company’s will benefit greatly from this workshop Plan-Do-Check-Act Thinking: Define each component and understand how to apply PDCA as a foundational element of all Lean tools Refine and create Visual Controls to manage, monitor, and improve processes Develop and use A3’s as a problem solving tool to structure continuous improvement activities and to facilitate learning Create and use Leader Standard Work to manage and hold the gains of process improvements Effectively connect Policy Deployment (Hoshin Kanri ) to improve the effectiveness of kaizen events and daily continuous improvement activities Each participant will learn and practice the following during this workshop: Who Should Attend PDCA: The Core of Sustained Improvement Efforts Learn by using practical hands-on tools: Hoshin Kanri, A3’s, Visual Controls, and Leader Standard Work ; June 11 – 12, 2013 | Portland, OR Axiom Electronics is an Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) company providing assembly and test services targeted towards high mix, high complexity, and high reliability printed circuit board assemblies (PCBA) and integrated systems. Axiom delivers mission critical flight hardware, spacecraft components, medical products, test systems and other high performance products, such as products for the Mars Odyssey, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the Space Shuttle, military Rivet Joint, Global Hawk, Stryker and Trident. Industrial applications include products for medical electronics, semiconductor FAB equipment, and high performance test equipment. Axiom believes it is vital to reinvest in our company and employees to continuously improve our ability to provide outstanding customer service. To reduce cost, eliminate waste and improve quality, Axiom employees utilize Lean principles, including 5S, Value Stream Mapping, TPM, and Setup Reduction to name a few. Axiom deployed Lean many years ago and no longer view Lean as a program, but a way of life.
COURSE AGENDA Tuesday, June 11 th 6:30 – 7:15 a.m. – “Grab & Go’ breakfast at hotel 7:15 a.m. – Travel to Axiom Electronics (AME hosts will provide shuttle service) 7:30 a.m. – Welcome and Introductions 7:45 a.m. – PDCA: The Core of Sustained Improvement Efforts Workshop 11:30 a.m. – Lunch 12:15 p.m. – Continue PDCA: The Core of Sustained Improvement Efforts Workshop 5:00 p.m. – Adjourn 5:15 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – Networking Social at Axiom with appetizers & non-alcoholic drinks Workshop Speakers 6:30 – 7:15 a.m. – “Grab & Go” breakfast at hotel 7:15 a.m. –Travel to Axiom Electronics (AME hosts will provide shuttle service or attendees can drive themselves) 7:30 a.m. – PDCA: The Core of Sustained Improvement Efforts Workshop 11:30 a.m. – Lunch 12:15 p.m. – PDCA: The Core of Sustained Improvement Efforts Workshop 5:00 p.m. – Complete evaluations and adjourn Recommended Hotel: Extended Stay America NW Eider Ct. Beaverton, OR P: (503) Ask for the Axiom rate of $130/night, includes a “grab & go” breakfast REGISTRATION (No EMS Competitors) PDCA - June 11 th – 12 th, 2013 FEES AME Member $ Non-Member $ AME Student Member: Non-Student Member: Payment (please check one) __ Check Enclosed __ Purchase Order Account Number:_________________________________________ Expiration Date:__________________ Security Code:____________ Signature:_______________________________________________ Purchase Order Number:___________________________________ AME Payment Policy – Payment or purchase order must be received by the AME office five days prior to the event start date. If no payment or PO number is received, you will be asked to pay with a credit card or check at the event before entry. Cancellation Policy – Enrollment fee less a $100 non-refundable registration charge will be refunded up to one week before the event. Substitutions may be made any time prior to the stat of the workshop. This event may be cancelled by AME for any reason. AME is not responsible for incidental costs incurred by registrants. Purchasing refundable airline tickets is recommended. PDCA: The Core Sustained Improvement Efforts ; June 11 – 12, 2013 | Portland, OR Wednesday, June 12 th This Workshop is presented by four Executives who have over 55 years of combined experience leading change within their organizations. All are Directors on the West Regional Board of AME: Phil Steklenski is a Vice President with Woodgrain Millwork and is responsible for the operation of six manufacturing facilities in the United States. Phil has a broad hands-on background of Lean tools/principles and has actively worked to implement, manage, and sustain Lean efforts in a variety of manufacturing and supply chain environments. Scott Simmons is the Vice President of Engineering, Quality and Operations at Climax Portable Machining & Welding Systems (CPMT) and has extensive experience in Lean tools and Lean Management Systems. In his current role, Scott is leading CPMT’s Lean transformation and is focused on operational excellence through developing people as leaders, utilizing Lean thinking to transform the organization, and teaching the organization to “see.” Julie Simmons is the Executive Director for the Northwest High Performance Enterprise Consortium (NWHPEC) in Portland, OR. In this role, Julie is responsible for promoting the vision, mission, and purpose of the consortium, planning and organizing Lean learning events, coordinating benchmarking and sharing between consortium members, and meeting the learning needs of the membership. Alissa Nichols is the Continuous Improvement Manager for Columbia Machine, Inc. in Vancouver, WA. In this role, Alissa is responsible for bringing Continuous Improvement tools and practices to Columbia’s manufacturing and office processes in an effort to build an entire company striving towards the mission.