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Title: Depot Leadership Program


1
Depot Leadership Program
  • ANAD Partnering with JSU to develop tomorrows
    leaders
  • Fall 2007

1
2
Depot Leadership Program Class 3 Agenda
  • Introduction Sam Hazle
  • Students
  • JSU Professors
  • Mission Statement
  • Curriculum Overview Barry Adderhold
  • Individual Internship Briefings Each student
  • Group Recommendations Randy Pugh
  • Questions and Answers - Group

3
ANAD Participants
  • Barry Adderhold - ANCA Martha Corby - DPW
  • Sybil Haney - DMPO Sam Hazle - DES
  • Tyla McKenzie - DP Tim ODell - DMPO
  • Phil Petri DEQ Randy Pugh - DOIM

4
JSU Professors
  • Ed Bellman
  • Pat Borstorff
  • Richard Cobb
  • Jess Godbey
  • Mark Hearn
  • Dana Ingalsbe
  • Robert Landry
  • Terry Marbut
  • David Palmer
  • Bill Scroggins
  • Joanne Williams

5
ANAD Leadership Program Class 3
  • Mission Statement
  • Develop the leadership and foresight to make
    Anniston Army Depot a world class leader in value
    and service to the war fighter

6
Curriculum Overview
7
Lean Concepts
  • Management/Team Buy In
  • Value Stream Analysis
  • Kaizan Blitz / RIE
  • Eliminate Waste
  • Continuous Improvement

8
Six Sigma
  • Quantified Vision Process
  • D M A I C Tools
  • Statistical Approach Show Me The Data
  • Reduce the Variation Improve The Process

9
Safety Management
  • Why Safety?
  • Accident or Incident?
  • Reactive Safety Steps
  • Proactive Safety Measures
  • Safety Culture
  • Reinforcement
  • Safety is a Core Value

10
Government/Industry Partnership
  • What are GIPs?
  • Cooperative effort working toward a clear
    objective
  • Why we have GIPs
  • Huge uncertainties
  • Added expertise
  • Challenges to GIPs include
  • Bureaucracy (both sides)
  • Collective Inaction

11
Project ManagementLike eating elephant one bite
at a time
  • Project Development
  • Management Buy-in
  • Plan
  • Scope of the project
  • Schedule (subject to change)
  • People count
  • Communicate, Communicate, Communicate
  • If it can be misunderstood it will be

12
Business Communications
  • PowerPoint Training Keep it consistent
  • Presentation Stages
  • Planning
  • Preparation
  • Polishing
  • Questionnaire Design

13
Human Resource Management
  • Managing human talent to meet objectives
  • People make the difference
  • Understanding human behavior
  • Awareness of Economic, Technological,
    Social and Legal Issues
  • HRM is the right thing to do

14
Organizational Behavior and Leadership
  • Diversity
  • Problem solving in teams
  • Art of inspiring other to do what is required
  • Utilizing leadership tools received

15
Team Building
  • Team Advantages
  • Various ideas and views are proposed
  • Improves communication, cooperation, and trust
  • Decision Making
  • Buy-in from team members
  • Involve people performing the job
  • Synergy
  • Team results better than sum of the parts
  • 2 2 5

16
Financial Management Cost Accounting
  • Army Working Capital Fund
  • Anniston Army Depot Financial Statements
  • U.S. Standard General Ledger
  • Analyzing Corporate Financial Statements
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and Internal Controls

17
Supply Chain Materials Management
  • Understanding Supply Chain Management
  • Strategies
  • Performance Measures
  • Transportation and Logistics
  • Sourcing Decisions

18
Production Planning
  • Utilizing the Lean tool box
  • Materials Requirement Planning (MRP)
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  • Benchmarking
  • Just In Time (JIT) Inventory
  • Layout Strategy

19
Internships
20
War Fighter Protection CenterBarry Adderhold
  • Vision Statement
  • Focus on four key core defense markets
  • Raytheon Sigma
  • RAID System
  • Raytheon Success

21
Martha Corby
  • Produce Metal Cutting Machines
  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Facts/Figures
  • 140 Employees
  • 22 Engineers
  • Electrical Discharge Machine (EDM)
  • ISO 90012000

22
Sybil Haney
  • Smyrna Distribution Operation
  • Aftermarket Distribution Center
  • Quality Management
  • Environmental/Health/Safety
  • Six Sigma or Lean Initiative
  • Information Technology

23
Montgomery EMASam Hazle
  • Coordination of Disaster Exercise
  • Volunteer Registration Center (lean)
  • 211
  • Coordination with executive leaders before
    incident
  • More than a Storm Center
  • Strategic National Stock Pile (15 Counties)
  • Metropolitan Medical Response System

24
Tyla McKenzie
  • Immune Benchmarking Discovery
  • MOPs Measures of Performance
  • Quality, Cost and Time Management
  • Self-Sufficient Cell
  • 3-day New Employee Training
  • 2500 employees globally, 700 in San Antonio
  • 358,400 sq. ft. building

25
Tim ODell
  • Joint Systems Manufacturing Center Lima, OH
  • Four major manufacturing buildings, 1.6 Million
    sq. ft.
  • 1100 Employees
  • Fabrication of new weapons platforms
  • EFV, Cougar, MRAP
  • Numerous modifications to vehicles
  • Abrams, Stryker, Tusk Armor modification

26
Phil Petri
  • Culture
  • Deming Philosophy
  • BOSS system
  • Failure Modes Effects Analysis

27
Randy Pugh
  • Worlds largest manufacturer of mechanical seals
    and associated products
  • Subsidiary of Smith Interconnect, London
  • Cribmaster Vending Machines
  • Organic Lean/Six Sigma
  • Master Blackbelts
  • Internal White Belt program
  • DMAIC-R (Realization)

28
ANAD Observations Recommendations
  • ANAD Tour provide headsets for duration of
    industrial tour
  • Director briefings and insights were beneficial
  • Background
  • Leadership Style
  • Down-time days (off Fridays) were needed and
    appreciated

29
JSU Observations Recommendations
  • Additional Human Resources and Communications
    time is needed
  • Less Corporate Finance and more AWCF
  • Better coordination of course work between
    Business and Technology areas
  • Separate binders for each area, pre-assembled
  • Excellent tours of Lean and Non-Lean facilities
  • Outstanding Facilities and Instructors

30
ANAD Leadership Program Class 3
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