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BENEFITS OF DOCUMENT

  1. Provides the key concepts and principles of the Lean management framework.
  2. Serves as a supplementary tool for your Lean awareness or workshop session.
  3. Print the poster in A3/A4 size right out from your office copier machine.

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This product (Lean Poster) is a 3-page PDF document with a supplemental PowerPoint document, which you can download immediately upon purchase.

The Lean Poster highlights the Lean Management Framework (a.k.a. the "House of TPS"), the concept of Value-added Activities and Non-value-added Activities (waste), the Eight Types of Waste, the Five Lean Principles and the generic PDCA Approach to Waste Elimination.

The Lean Poster is available in two distinct themes: a vibrant color scheme and a professional monochrome version. In both formats, the poster comes in a convenient PDF as well as an editable PPTX format, enabling effortless printing on A3/A4-sized paper from standard office copier machines. This versatile resource can be prominently displayed on employee workstations or distributed alongside Lean-related training materials.

Furthermore, the Lean Poster is an ideal supplement to Lean Thinking training presentations. It serves as a valuable takeaway, summarizing the core principles of Lean and reinforcing the key takeaways from your training.

The Lean Poster provides a description of the key Lean Concepts and Principles. It includes:

1. The Lean Management Framework
Includes the five "pillars" such as Stability, Standardization, Just-In-Time, Jidoka and Involvement

2. The Five Lean Principles
•  Define value from the customer's perspective and provide what they want
•  Identify the value stream or process for each product or service and reduce or eliminate steps that do not add value
•  Align the value-added steps so they flow continuously
•  Allow the level of customer demand to pull the process, i.e., produce only what is ordered
•  Pursue perfection through continuous improvement

3. The Eight Types of Waste
Over-production, Waiting, Motion, Transportation, Inventory, Defects, Over-processing and Intellectual waste

4. Value-added Activities vs. Non-value-added Activities
•  Value-added activities
•  Non-value-added activities: Incidental waste
•  Non-value-added activities: Pure Waste

5. The PDCA Approach to Waste Elimination
•  Eight-step PDCA problem-solving process

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Source: Best Practices in Lean Management/Enterprise PDF: Lean Poster PDF (PDF) Document, Operational Excellence Consulting


$20.00
Crafted by a seasoned Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt with a proven track record at industry leaders like Microsoft, IBM, and Panasonic, this poster is your pathway to achieving Operational Excellence through Lean Methodologies.
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Number of Pages: 3

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Operational Excellence Consulting, founded in 2009 by Allan Ung, draws from extensive experience at Microsoft, IBM, and Underwriters Laboratories (UL). With over three decades of expertise in strategy deployment, customer experience design, and operational excellence, our mission is clear: empowering global individuals and organizations through Design Thinking and Lean Methodologies. [read more]

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