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  1. Special Interest Group

  2. Open forum to discuss Lean progression and reflect on the results.

  3. Agenda • Why are we here: Charter • SIG Framework • Case Study • Building the subject list • Network lunch

  4. Why are we here? • Charter: • Create an open forum to provide Lean Learning, Thinking, and Reflection. • "Doubt is not a pleasant state of mind, but certainty is a ridiculous one." - Voltaire • This SIG should help those in doubt feel more confident and those with some successes remember it's a journey.

  5. SIG Framework • 1. Philosophies - What are you trying to accomplish with Lean? Implement just to implement or trying to solve a problem? • 2. Strategies - How are you going about the Lean implementation? How to determine what to work on with so many opportunities? Where to start? What works for you? • 3. Culture - How did you overcome the resistance to Lean? Ease the tension of thinking Lean is the flavor of the month, getting folks to try something new, and secrets to getting workers excited about making change. How to foster the propagation of continuous improvement.

  6. SIG Framework • 4. Sustainability - What measures/counter measures put in place to keep the success going? • 5. Tools - Lean tools you've tried and were successful on, but now need suggestions to go to the next level. Or tools tried and failed and why. • 6. Other topics - Ideas for leveling production with the A, B, and C items, discussion of the Mike Rother, and/or Art Smalley seminars. (Take a ways and disagreements)

  7. Subject List • Questions and issues relating to the Framework. • We will be building the subject list later will be the fabric for the SIG discussions.

  8. Case Studies • Particular projects presented as case studies to the subject list relating to the framework. • Completed projects and need fine tuning, or proposed projects and needed brainstorming • Case Studies: (30 minute presentation max, 30 minute discussion and Q&A max)

  9. Case Studies • Should contain: • What is the problem you are trying to solve, • Enough background to convey the problem and approach to solving it (facts, data and a good story) • Challenge assumptions • Current situation with the progress of the project, and • Existing gaps between the current state and the ideal future state.

  10. SIG Meeting Rules • Topic/Case based on the framework and subject list. • Need volunteers to present their case studies. • Stay on topic. • Deal with the process and the people.

  11. Case Study • Coherent Thermopile cell cycletime reduction project

  12. Building the Subject List • Building the topics list for meetings to come. • What are your specific questions and issues that the SIG can provide help for?

  13. Questions? Thanks for coming and making the SIG a success.