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Lean Production

Learn how to apply key elements of Lean Production, from minimizing inventory and reducing setup times, to using5S and Kaizen, in order to improve quality and productivity in your workplace.

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慕尼黑工业大学
edX
  • 完成时间大约为 6
  • 初级
  • 英语
注:因开课平台的各种因素变化,以上开课日期仅供参考

你将学到什么

The history and background of Lean production and the complementing elements of quantity and quality control.

Too measure production performance and how defects and waste degrade performance.

To understand the importance and role in Lean Production of the customer "Takt."

To improve process performance through application of Lean principles, including setup time reduction, batch optimization, and defect elimination.

To explainthe importance of Total Productive Maintenance and the widely-used metric Overall Equipment Effectiveness.

To understand the difference between push- and pull-systems and how implementation of pull systems reduces waste.

To apply elements of Lean production including Heijunka, Kanban, Jidoka, and Poka Yoke.

To apply the 5S methodology for establishing and sustaining a productive work environment.

课程概况

Learn about Lean Management, a customer-centric methodology that improves processes by eliminating waste and focusing on value-added tasks.

This course will introduce the main tenets of the Toyota Production System, which includes Just-in-Time manufacturing, quality management tools, and the critical concept of Kaizen, the Japanese practice of continuous improvement. You will also learn about key organisation and managerial approaches that are used in Lean.

You will learn how to analyse process flows in order to establish process capacity and identify the process bottleneck. You will then calculate resource utilisation and cycle time to evaluate the impact of set up times, batching, defects and reworks on key process performance measures, including inventory, flow rate and flow time.

We will also discuss the impact of key concepts of Lean, including Heijunka, Kanban, Jidoka, Andon, Poka Yoke, and 5S, which help achieve increased productivity and quality.

Upon successful completion of this program, learners will earn the TUM Lean and Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification, confirming mastery of Lean Six Sigma fundamentals to a Yellow Belt level.The material is based on the American Society of Quality (www.asq.org) Body of Knowledge up to a Green Belt Level. The Professional Certificate is designed as preparation for a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt exam.

课程大纲

Week 1: Introduction: Identification of Waste
Understand the basic differences between craft production and mass production. Review the history of Lean Production, focusing on Japan's Toyota Production System as an alternative to mass production. Discuss how waste impacts productivity and describe Taiichi Ohno’s famous7Wastes.

Week 2: Understanding Flow: Capacity Analysis
Cover the basics of process analysis, including understanding how to calculate process capacity and resource utilization, as well as the important concepts of cycle time and takt time. Understand the relationship between inventory, a waste, is directly related to the flow time in a system through Little’s Law. Understand how variability in a system causes queuing, or waiting. even if there is enough capacity on average.

Week 3: Continuous Flow: Setup Time Reduction
Calculate the impact of setups on capacity when the product variety is increased and understand how batching can improve this, but at the expense of increased inventory. Review the Single Minute Exchange of Die (SMED), and learn why reducing setups and changeovers are critical to Lean manufacturing. Discuss the concept of Total Productive Maintenance and calculate the metric Overall Equipment Efficiency.

Week 4: Improving Flow: Workplace Organisation and Visualization
Introduction to the concepts of Workplace Visualization and Organization and 5S for improving and maintaining continuous flow in Lean Production.

Week 5: Maintaining Flow: Establishing Pull Systems and Scheduling
Define the key principle from the Toyota Production System, Just-In-Time (JIT)and the significance that JIT has for Lean Production in reducing waste and meeting customer demand. Review the relevant components of production planning and how these affect Production Scheduling, the heart of Lean Production. Understand, with the help of reduced setup time, how Mixed-Model Scheduling achieves a match between production and customer and how Pull systems can be realized using Kanbans.

Week 6: Quality and Continuous Improvement
Calculate the impact defects have on our flow rate. Understand how Poka Yokecan help fool-proof our processes, and learn how to structure and run a Kaizen Blitzto bring about rapid improvement opportunities for problem solving and process improvements.Consider the central role of Continuous Improvement in Lean Production by comparing the set of management principles, The Toyota Way 2001, and Jeffrey Liker’s 14 Management Principles.

预备知识

This course reviews basic calculations used in production management. Therefore, basic math skills are necessary.

常见问题

Who offers this program?
The Professional Certificate ProgramSix Sigma and Lean: Quantitative Tools for Quality andProductivityis offered by edX and the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

How many courses are in the program?
There are three courses in this program:
Course1 QPLS1x - Six Sigma: Define and Measure
Course2 QPLS2x - Six Sigma: Analyze, Improve, Control
Course3 QPLS3x - Lean Production

Do I need to take the courses in order?
The courses should be completed sequentially, but it is not required that they be completed in any particular order. However, as Course2 QPLS2x - Six Sigma: Analyze, Improve, Control builds on the material in Course1 QPLS1x - Six Sigma: Define and Measure, we strongly recommend that you take QPLS1x before you take QPLS2x.

Which certification do I earn for this course?
You will earn the Verified Certificate forCourse3 QPLS3x - Lean Production.

What certificates do I earn with this program?
Upon successful completion of this program, learners will earn both theedX Professional Certificate for the programand theTUM Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification. In order to achieve the TUM Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification it is mandatory to complete all 3 courses in the program and achieve a Verified Certificate in each. Then, automatically, you will earn the edX Professional Certificate and the TUM Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification.
The TUM LSSYB is based on the American Society of Quality (www.asq.org) Body of Knowledge up to a Green Belt Level. The Professional Certificate is designed as preparation for a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt exam.

What is the passing grade for the course?
Anoverall average for all homework sets and peer-review assignments of 70% is required topass the course.

Do I need to achieve 70% on each homework?
No, you need an average grade for all homework sets and peer-review assignments of 70%. This means you can do poorly or miss a homework set as long as you do well enough on other homework sets to achieve 70% overall.

How do I receive the edX Professional Certificate for this program?
The Professional Certificate will be available from your dashboard after the end of the course.

How do I receive the TUM Lean SixSigma Yellow Belt Certification for this program?
If you have earned the Verified Certificate for all three courses in the program, then you will receive the edX Professional Certificate and the TUM Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt. These will be sent to you by email.
-- For those finishing all courses by October 31, 2020, you will receive your certificate before November 31, 2020.
-- For those finishing all courses by February 28, 2021, you will receive your certificate before March 31, 2021.
-- For those finishing all courses by June 30, 2021, you will receive your certificate before July 31, 2021.

When you have passed all three courses with a verified certificate and received the edX Professional Certificate, you can also include in your CV that you have achieved the TUM Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt, TUMLSSYB.

(Note: If you do not receive a certificate within 1 month of these deadlines, please send an email to the course email: qpls3x.mooc@tum.de.)

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