TOTAL LEAN SYSTEM

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The implementation of lean manufacturing through trying to make value flow at the pull of the customer (Just In Time) prevents and eliminates waste in your processes. Waste being categorized as part of the seven wastes; Transport, Inventory, Motion, Waiting, Over-processing, Overproduction, and Defects. All of these wastes have a direct impact on your costs, they are all non-value adding operations, operations that your customer would not be happy to pay for and add no value to the product or service that you provide.
Benefits:
  • Lean Removes Waste
  • Gaining Satisfied Customers
  • Financial impact of Lean
  • Lean Improves Your Profits
  • Lean Manufacturing Implementation Facts and Figures
Eliminate the NVA activities in all transactional process
Increase the ITO and reach the 100% of OTD
Lean IT is not a methodology of good practices, it is a philosophy, a way of thinking and acting based on listening "the voice of the customer". It is important to look after customers, listen to their needs, give them the attention they deserve and deliver exactly what they need, using the least resource at the right time. Avoid excessive and unnecessary spending of money or material goods such as:
  • Overproduction: Excessive functionality in applications not used by the Business
  • Defects: Reworking, development mistakes, low quality changes.
  • You wait:
    • Applications with low performance
    • Manual mechanisms for request scaling
    • Lack of system integration
    • Lack of integration between IT Organizational Units
  • Displacements: Unnecessary meetings if the description and assignment of tasks and documentation Were adequate
  • Extra processes: Documentation of details that become obsolete too fast and Excessive bureaucracy / forms / unnecessary approvals
  • On inventory: Excess of unused licenses or licenses
  • Do not use the Knowledge: Loss of improvement opportunities

KAIZEN

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DMAIC – The 5 Phases of Lean Six Sigma
DMAIC is the problem-solving methodology behind Lean Six Sigma. It consists of five Phases: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control. It is pronounced “duh-may-ik”).
Servises

Lean Six Sigma is a combination of two powerful process improvement methods: Lean and Six Sigma.

OPERATION IMPROVEMENTS KPI'S

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