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Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Lean Roundup #161 – October 2022

A selection of highlighted blog posts from Lean bloggers from the month of October 2022.  You can also view the previous monthly Lean Roundups here. 


What Should Be Your Target OEE? – Christopher Roser explains OEE and what is a good target based on your business.


Lean, Chess, and Techno-Solutionism – Kevin Meyer discusses impact of technology on Lean and problem solving with the understanding that it is a tool not a solution itself.


Making Big Problems Into Little Problems – John Knotts shares some tools you can use to break down a problem.


Yokoten, Meta-cognition and Leadership – Pascal Dennis discusses best practice sharing within organizations.


Why FIFO: The Benefits of First In, First Out – Christopher Roser talks about the benefit of implementing FIFO in your production system.


Strategies to Improve Employee Engagement in the Workplace - Brittany Currier shares 5 strategies to improve employee engagement in your workplace.


Policy Deployment: Examples, Techniques, and Tools - Adam Darnell discusses all things policy deployment including 4 phases of implementation, key to success, and software to use.


The Connections Between Joy in Work and Habitual Excellence, via Value Capture – Mark Graban shares notes from a presentation that Rich Sheridan gave at the Michigan Lean Consortium annual conference in August.


Ask Art: How Important are Your Suppliers to Implementing Lean Production? – Art Byrne discusses the importance of your supply chain in Lean production.


6 Guidelines for Moving Toward a Lean Value Stream - Mike Rother and John Shook share advice on using value-stream mapping to continuously improve your value streams.


How Lean Thinking and Practices Helps Manage Rapid Growth - Michael Ballé and Nicolas Chartiers, cofounders of a successful digital startup share their experience navigating uncertainty.


Emotions on the Gemba - Michael Ballé and Fabian Sampayo discuss the role emotios play in a lean transformation.


Advancing Learning in a Lean Organization - Dan Prock explores our disposition to learning and the role of the sensei in enabling learning.

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