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1

Who is Dr. Taichi Ohno

Father of Toyota Manufacturing

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What are the 7 ways of Taichi Ohno "Wastes"*

Waste from over production
Waste of waiting time
Transportation waste
Inventory Waste
Processing waste and scraping
Waste of motion
Waste from product defects

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Waste from over production *

Produce more than needed

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Waste of waiting time *

Not waste from people waiting. It is from Work in Process waiting.

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Transportation waste*

Moving the goods from one place to another. Warehouse to floor and then from floor to warehouse. Back and forth (unnecessary)

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Inventory Waste*

Takes up space, person needs to manage it, then move it around.

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Processing waste and scraping *

Inventory that is unfixable and you are having to throw it away.

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Waste of motion *

Unncessary motion by worker.

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Waste from product defects *

Products you can fix, but it takes time away from other things, and money that is now being wasted.

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What is Uniform plant loading *

Taking the number of products needed and producing them over the period of time before they are to be sold.

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Kanban

Card signal system: No computers in the past so this system made it so everyone knew what was going on and what was needed.

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Lean Production

a focus on eliminating as much waste as possible

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Customer Value

defined as something for which the customer is willing to pay

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Waste

is deefined as anything that does not add value from the customer's perspective

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Value Stream

Consists of the value-adding and non-value-addings activities required to design, order, and and prvide a product or service from concept to launch, order to delivery, and raw materials to customers.

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Waste reduction

The optimization of the value-adding activities and the elimination of non-value-adding activities that are part of the value stream.

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Lean suppliers

Culture is one of continuous improvement.
To develop lean suppliers, organizations should include them in their value added stream planning.

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Lean procurement

Automation and visibility

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Lean Manufacturing

Produce what the customer wants, in the quantity they want, when they want it, and with minimal resources.

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Lean Warehousing

Eliminating non value added steps and waste in product storage.

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Lean Logistics

Can be applied to the functions associated with the movement of material through the system.
Eliminating non Claude added activities while improving the value added activities.

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Lean Customers

Understand their business needs.
High levels of delivery performance.
Effective partnerships.
Value in their products

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Value stream mapping

flowcharting tool. used to visualize product flows through various processing steps.

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Preventive maintenance

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Group Technology (GT)

is a philosophy in which similar parts are grouped into families, and the processes required to make the parts are marranged in a manufacturing cell.

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Quaility at the source

means do it right the first time and, when something goes wrong, stop the process or assembly line immediately.

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JIT Produciton

producing what is needed when needed and no more.

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Level Schedule

is one that requires material to be pulled into final assembly in a pattern uniform enough to allow the various elements of produciotn to respond to pull signals.

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Backflush

is used where the parts that go into each unit of the product are periodically removed from inventory and accounted for based on the number of units produced

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Freeze window

period of time during which the schedule is fixed and no further changes are possible.