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Introduction to the subject

Introduction to the Lean Mfg

Objectives of Lean Mfg

Key Priniciples of Lean Mfg

Key Implication of Lean Mfg or Difference between Lean and Traditional Mfg

Types of waste

Value Creation and Waste Elimination

TAKT Time Introduction

TAKT Time Problems and Continuous Flow Introduction

Lead Time, Takt Time and Cycle Time (Video); Mixed Continuous and Discontinuous Flows

Continuous Improvement/Kaizen and Worker Involvement

Stages of Kaizen (Lecture 1)

Stages of Kaizen (Lecture 2)

Cellular Layout

Unit- II Introduction to Standard Work

Steps in Standard Work, Communication of Std Work to the employees, Std Work and Flexibility

Standard Work Combination Table and Spaghetti diagram

Process Map, Visual Controls, Quality at the Source

5 S Priniciples and Total Productive Maintenance (2 Pillars)

Total Productive Maintenance (8 Pillars)

Overall equipment effectiveness

Changeover/Setup Time (SMED)

Problems in OEE

Batch Size Reduction

Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA)

Line Balancing Theory and LCR method of solving (Introduction)

Line Balancing problem solved using LCR method

Line Balancing problem solved using RPW method

Line Balancing problem solved using KWM method

Production levelling (Heijunka)

Unit III Introduction to the unit and Introduction to VSM

VSM Symbols (39 Symbols and its meaning)

Steps involved for Current VSM creation

VSM Mapping Tips, from the book of "Learning to See"

Student Seminar - Ragavendran G and Sri Karthik V S

Introduction to JIT (Just in Time Manufacturing)

Kanban Production Control

KANBAN Types (Single/Two/Three Bin system)

JIT Supplier Networks

Unit 4: Introduction to Lean Six Sigma, Need, Difference and Importance

Critical Success Factors of Six Sigma

DMAIC Process

Common Implementation issues and management strategies in lean six sigma

Toyota Production Systems

Revision of all units