They wanted help implementing lean in their stamping operation, reducing changeover times and help resolving some long standing quality issues.During my initial visit, they told me that one of their biggest problems was product contamination due to dirt, dust, human skin, fibers, etc.
As you can see there is a lot of movement from one station of the machine to another and also to a table and bench across the aisle where tools and supplies are kept. Posted by admin on Feb 22, 2015 in Continuous Improvement, Lean, Process Improvement | 0 comments A simple, but effective tool to help you better understand a process is a “gemba walk.” Gemba is a Japanese word for “where the work takes place,” and so a gemba walk is nothing more than taking a walk in the area where the actual work is occurring.
Some of you may remember the term “management by walking around” that was popular many years ago. In order to get the most from the gemba walk you must observe and keep the the following points in mind: Is there...
Several years ago, I was working with a client that wanted to implement lean in their organization. Posted by admin on Feb 25, 2015 in Continuous Improvement, Efficiency, Lean, Lean Six Sigma, Process Improvement | 0 comments A simple, but effective tool to help you eliminate waste due to motion is the spaghetti diagram.
You start by getting a layout of the area or by drawing a simple sketch.
Se ha destapado más de una vez en la gran pantalla, en este caso lo hacía ante el mismísimo Robert Pattinson en 'Historias de un seductor'.