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Creating Valuable Human Capital to drive Lean through Lean Supply Chain training

This training focuses on analysing a typical supply chain to determine the wastes in the supply chain. Guidelines on how to improve and redesign a supply chain to make it leaner are provided and used in the exercises. These include for example:

- Deploy Lean within each Facility to Eliminate all the Waste in them

- Proactively share Information on Customer Demand Rate across the Extended Value Stream

- Ensure that Products and/or Processes are designed to mitigate Variation

- Implement ways to Maximize External Variety While Minimizing Internal Variety

- Emphasize making the Extended Value Stream Flow

- Use Pull Signals to Schedule Production Across the Extended Value Stream to achieve flow

- Minimize Inventory all across the Extended Value Stream

- an many others


Aside from the lecture and exercises, the beer distribution game simulation is used to demonstrate a number of key principles in supply chain management.

Lean Supply Chain flow



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