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|All Sample Files||Zip file containing all sample files noted below.||526 Kb|
Value Stream Mapping
Diagrams are provided with permission from the Lean Enterprise Institute, Inc. publication “Learning to See”, and from The Karen Martin Group publication “Value Stream Mapping”.
|Lean Value Stream Map - Current State||Value Stream Map from "Learning to See", reflecting the current state of the production line, with a current tact time of 60 seconds and a customer demand of 18400 pieces per month. The current lead time is 23.6 days and actual value add time is 188 seconds.||326 Kb|
|Lean Value Stream Map - Future State||The future state from "Learning to See" reflects a batching and a leveling of weld and assembly. This reduces inventory and shortens lead time to 5 days.||382 Kb|
|Value Stream Map - Simple||Example Template for a Simple Value Stream, ready to be modified to capture your Value Stream using the concepts from the book "Value Stream Mapping".||170 Kb|
Extended Value Stream Mapping
Diagrams provided with permission from the Lean Enterprise Institute, Inc. publication “Seeing the Whole”.
|Lean Extended Value Stream Map - Current State||Alpha Motors current state production line with 46.5 days lead time but only 54 minutes of VA/T.||471 Kb|
|Lean Extended Value Stream Map - Future State 1||Alpha Motors proposed future state w/ reduced lead time to 24.5 days and in-plant time reduced by 66%.||547 Kb|
|Lean Extended Value Stream Map - Future State 2||Alpha Motors proposed future state w/ increased batch sizes and frequent transport loops to reduce lead time to 15.9 days and further reduce in-plant time by another 50%.||177 Kb|
|Lean Extended Value Stream Map - Ideal State||Alpha Motors showing value stream compression to co-locate or relocate value added activities. The ideal state has assembly done in cells reducing lead time 94% to 2.82 days and in-plant time to 1.9 days.||157 Kb|
|Acme Order Fulfillment Process||Order Fulfillment process for Acme Corp. using iGrafx Process map with swimlanes. Products are built to order. Invoice and Product are joined and shipped together. File has embedded Minitab® and JMP® data for six sigma fit data analysis. File used with the iGrafx Tutorial. Current process will yield 49 items every 3 months with an average cycle time of 23.57 days. Can you improve the process?||233 Kb|
|Order Process||Order process for software disk using iGrafx Process map with swimlanes. Product may be stocked or may need to be created. Invoice and product shipped separate.||172 Kb|
|Business Process Modeling Notation Diagram||Discussion group process using iGrafx BPMN template.||360 Kb|
|Cause and Effect Diagram||This diagram type, also called a ´Fishbone´ or ´Ishikawa´ diagram, is template is used for problem management to identify possible root cause. This example addresses possible causes of flawed edges on the blades produced by the company.||99 Kb|
|Organization Chart||Using iGrafx Org Chart template, you can easily create a chart reflecting the company structure. This is a sample of one such chart.||85 Kb|
|Relationship Diagram||A relationship diagram is used to reflect how products, services, and customers are connected. This diagram is created using the iGrafx Basic Diagram.||120 Kb|