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Title: Introduction to Value Stream Mapping


1
Introduction to Value Stream Mapping
  • Kevin Schutt
  • Director, Business Process Improvement

2008 Tri-Cities Quality Forum
2
Outline
  • What is a Value Stream
  • Identify The Value Stream
  • The Approach
  • Prepare
  • Current Conditions
  • Vision
  • Plans

3
What is a Value Stream
  • If there is a product for a customer, then there
    is a value stream.
  • The challenge is learning to see it.
  • A value stream is all the actions (both value
    added and non-value added) required to bring a
    product, or service, to the customer.

4
  • Identify the Value Stream

Start Here
5
The Approach
6
Prepare
  • Activity Checklist

7
Prepare
  • Identify your team and charter your activity.

Mission
Objectives
Scope
8
Current Conditions
  • Hold your kickoff meeting with your team.
  • Walk the process from start to end and gather all
    the data possible.
  • - documents/forms used
  • - personnel requirements
  • - identify any current problems within the
    process
  • - any communications
  • - identify customer requirements
  • - establish the Takt Time
  • - etc.

9
Current Conditions
Gather the data and the facts Process
Observation Sheet Time Observation
Sheet Standard Work Combination Sheet
10
Current Conditions
  • Conduct your Activity

11
Current Conditions Value Changing form, fit,
or function, and the customer is willing to pay
for it.
12
Current Conditions SIPOC
13
Current Conditions Documents / Reports
14
Current Conditions Spaghetti Diagram
15
Current Conditions Map the Value Stream
16
Current Conditions Current State Map
  • Add to your Current State Map
  • Documents / Reports

17
Current Conditions Current State Map
  • Add to your Current State Map
  • Communications

18
Current Conditions Current State Map
  • Add to your Current State Map
  • Value Added, Non-Value Require, Waste

19
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20
Current Conditions Current State Map
  • Add to your Current State Map
  • Trigger Forms

21
Current Conditions Current State Map - Process
22
Current State Map Plant (Door to Door)
23
Current State Map Process
24
Vision Analyze Current Conditions
  • What are the metrics
  • Where are the improvements
  • Eliminate Waste
  • Eliminate Non-Valued Added Required
  • Improve the Value Added
  • What are you going to change
  • How are you going to change it

25
Vision Develop Ideal State
26
Plans Develop Future State Map
27
Future State Map Process
28
Future State Map Plant (Door to Door)
29
Savings Can be Realized
30
Plans Develop Action Plans and Tracking
Brainstorm a PICK chart
31
Plans Develop Action Plans and Tracking
Develop Your Action Plan
32
Closeout
Lab Results Manual Data Transfer VSM May 5-8,
2008
33
Celebrate
34
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Title: Introduction to Value Stream Mapping


1
Introduction to Value Stream Mapping
  • Kevin Schutt
  • Director, Business Process Improvement

2008 Tri-Cities Quality Forum
2
Outline
  • What is a Value Stream
  • Identify The Value Stream
  • The Approach
  • Prepare
  • Current Conditions
  • Vision
  • Plans

3
What is a Value Stream
  • If there is a product for a customer, then there
    is a value stream.
  • The challenge is learning to see it.
  • A value stream is all the actions (both value
    added and non-value added) required to bring a
    product, or service, to the customer.

4
  • Identify the Value Stream

Start Here
5
The Approach
6
Prepare
  • Activity Checklist

7
Prepare
  • Identify your team and charter your activity.

Mission
Objectives
Scope
8
Current Conditions
  • Hold your kickoff meeting with your team.
  • Walk the process from start to end and gather all
    the data possible.
  • - documents/forms used
  • - personnel requirements
  • - identify any current problems within the
    process
  • - any communications
  • - identify customer requirements
  • - establish the Takt Time
  • - etc.

9
Current Conditions
Gather the data and the facts Process
Observation Sheet Time Observation
Sheet Standard Work Combination Sheet
10
Current Conditions
  • Conduct your Activity

11
Current Conditions Value Changing form, fit,
or function, and the customer is willing to pay
for it.
12
Current Conditions SIPOC
13
Current Conditions Documents / Reports
14
Current Conditions Spaghetti Diagram
15
Current Conditions Map the Value Stream
16
Current Conditions Current State Map
  • Add to your Current State Map
  • Documents / Reports

17
Current Conditions Current State Map
  • Add to your Current State Map
  • Communications

18
Current Conditions Current State Map
  • Add to your Current State Map
  • Value Added, Non-Value Require, Waste

19
(No Transcript)
20
Current Conditions Current State Map
  • Add to your Current State Map
  • Trigger Forms

21
Current Conditions Current State Map - Process
22
Current State Map Plant (Door to Door)
23
Current State Map Process
24
Vision Analyze Current Conditions
  • What are the metrics
  • Where are the improvements
  • Eliminate Waste
  • Eliminate Non-Valued Added Required
  • Improve the Value Added
  • What are you going to change
  • How are you going to change it

25
Vision Develop Ideal State
26
Plans Develop Future State Map
27
Future State Map Process
28
Future State Map Plant (Door to Door)
29
Savings Can be Realized
30
Plans Develop Action Plans and Tracking
Brainstorm a PICK chart
31
Plans Develop Action Plans and Tracking
Develop Your Action Plan
32
Closeout
Lab Results Manual Data Transfer VSM May 5-8,
2008
33
Celebrate
34
Questions
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