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Creating Your Lean Future State How to Move from Seeing to Doing by Tom Luyster

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Published by Productivity Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Business/Economics,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Production & Operations Management,
  • Office Automation,
  • Business logistics,
  • Case studies,
  • Manufacturing processes,
  • Production planning

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages133
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8643196M
ISBN 101563272482
ISBN 109781563272486

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Book Description. Move beyond Value Stream Mapping and Create Your Lean Future. In Creating Your Lean Future State: How to Move from Seeing to Doing, Tom Luyster, with Don Tapping, details the implementation of lean after the creation of current and future state maps.. This book is a follow-up to the successful Value Stream Management: Eight Steps to Planning, . In Creating Your Lean Future State: How to Move from Seeing to Doing, Tom Luyster, with Don Tapping, details the implementation of lean after the creation of current and future state maps. This book is a follow-up to the successful Value Stream Management: Eight Steps to Planning, Mapping and Sustaining Lean Improvements. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Creating Your Lean Future State: How to Move from Seeing to Doing at Read honest and 5/5(1).   Future State Map 7 Basic Questions Posted on Decem Novem Author business 1 Comment In the book, Value Stream Mapping for Lean Development: A How-To Guide for Streamlining Time to Market, Drew Locher explained how to create a Future State Map by utilizing seven basic questions.

Value Stream Mapping (VSM) is one of the most important lean tools, used to improve the flow of materials and information. What a VSM is and an introduction in the VSM symbols is already discussed in the article: ´Value Stream Mapping´. This article focusses on the 8 steps of designing a Future State VSM which are described in the book Lean Transformations (Panneman, ). Move beyond Value Stream Mapping and Create Your Lean Future In Creating Your Lean Future State: How to Move from Seeing to Doing, Tom Luyster, with Don Tapping, details the implementation of lean after the creation of current and future state maps. this book, when implemented, will result in a culture change that will transform your company into a learning organization that continuously eliminates waste and improves its processes. Lean Production for the Small Company Elbert Lean Production for the Small Company Mike Elbert ISBN:   One of the most common tools used in lean is a Value Stream Map (VSM). During this process a team draws out the current state using certain mapping techniques. The second step is to draw out a future or ideal state map, then add improvement ideas to the current state that would help to get to the future : Matt Wrye.

After identifying the waste, you draw a map of a leaner future state and a value-stream plan to guide implementation and review progress regularly. Creating Continuous Flow This workbook is the next logical step after Learning to See, which defined the pacemaker process and the overall flow of products and information in the plant. Lean IT: Enabling and Sustaining Your Lean Transformation. Mike Orzen. With a consulting and coaching career spanning more than 20 years, Mike has gathered a unique blend of lean, IT, healthcare, and operations experience that he uses to . David Mann is the author of Creating a Lean Culture: Tools to Sustain Lean book was awarded the Shingo Prize for Operational Excellence in and has become a best-seller in its field. It has been translated into Chinese, .   Leadership means creating a management system to support a new kind of engagement with the real work at hand, the way the work is being done now, not the way you and your teams hope to be doing work sometime in the future. Planet Lean (and the Lean Global Network) aims to inspire people and organizations around the world to embrace lean.