Spaghetti Charts, Cellular Manufacturing, and TPM Tools
What you will learn
As you go down your Lean journey, tools like Spaghetti Charts and Cellular Manufacturing will improve the flow of work while reducing your operational footprint and reduce resources needed to meet demands. Implementing a Total Production Maintenance program will keep you up and running, as well as extend the life cycle of your equipment.
If you have excessive wait times in your operations, and/or excessive movement of material or information, you will want to see how Spaghetti Charts and Cellular Manufacturing will help reduce these two wastes. If Maintenance is a sore subject in your organization, then you will want to take a closer look at what TPM is and how to implement it.
- Introduction to Lean Methodology
- Example, Present State
- How to use a Spaghetti Chart
- Future State
- Comparing traditional vs. cellular structures
- Cellular building blocks
- Cell impact on workers
- Steps to implementing cells
- Cellular implementation concerns
- Maintenance related wastes
- Definition of TPM
- Stages of maintenance
- The 6 big losses
- Understanding OEE
- TPM thinking and roles
Target AudienceAnyone wanting to improve the flow of operations and their reaction time to customer demands will want to better understand the application of Spaghetti Charts and Cellular Manufacturing. In addition, developing a true TPM program will support the first two Lean tools.
Specification: Spaghetti Charts, Cellular Manufacturing, and TPM Tools
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