Flow,Lean Basics

One-Piece Flow

18 Mar , 2016   Video

Learn what one piece-flow is, and why is it better than traditional batching.  More…

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Flow,Kanban,Lean Tools

Pull System by Lean Concepts

11 Mar , 2016   Video

Now when you understand differences between push and pull it is time to go into more details regarding the Pull System.  More…

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Lean Tools,TPM

Introduction to the Total Productive Maintenance

9 Mar , 2016   Video

Watch this short video to find out what Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is and isn’t.  More…

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Lean Tools,VSM

Introduction to VSM

8 Mar , 2016   Video

In this video, Gemba Academy’s Ron Pereira talks about one of the key lean tools: value stream mapping.
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Flow,Lean Tools,SMED

Eight Principles of SMED

7 Mar , 2016   Video

Mr. Rogers explains SMED basics and its eight principles.  More…

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Flow,Lean Tools,SMED

QCO & SMED Overview by Gemba Academy

1 Mar , 2016   Video

Quick Changeover & SMED are invaluable tools in the pursuit of flow.  More…

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Lean,Lean Tools

Plug Game by Lean Games

26 Feb , 2016   Video

Understand Lean principles better through games and simulations.  More…

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Jidoka,Lean Tools

Jidoka by Lean Concepts

23 Feb , 2016   Video

When we think about House of Lean we visualize it’s two pillars: JIT and Jidoka. Unfortunately, many Lean journeys fall short of expectations because companies leaders (management) focus a majority of their efforts on Just in Time pillar and marginalize Jidoka. Why is that so?

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Flow,Lean Basics,Lean Tools

Push vs. Pull

18 Feb , 2016   Video

In this short video Mr. Arthur describes differences between push and pull.  More…

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Flow,Lean Tools

Heijunka by Lean Concepts

2 Feb , 2016   Video

Successful leveling is considered one of the highest achievements in lean manufacturing.
But why is it so important? Simply because process variation is inevitable, and product demand isn’t an exception.
Nothing is more basic to improving the manufacturing systems than the reduction of variation (unevenness – Mura).

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