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A3 Dojo: Share and Discuss A3s with Other Lean Thinkers
Welcome to this shared space for A3 thinking, which we¹ve designed to be a resource for lean practitioners to ask and discuss A3 questions, share common problems, and work together on ongoing challenges. This area builds on a conversation about lean management that was launched by John Shook's book Managing to Learn: Using the A3 Management Process to Solve Problems, Gain Agreement, Mentor, and Lead.
Below you will find a "wall" where you can post your A3s, ask questions, coach others and be coached yourself. You can also read an ongoing A3 column, written by experienced senseis, that teaches problem-solving and lean management, shares useful resources, and sparks new debate for the Dojo.
Please keep in mind that everything that you post on this site will be viewable to the public! We welcome your input, but caution you about revealing sensitive information.
|Subject: A3 feedback|
|Message: This is my first A3 draft report to be use with our Continuous Improvement Team. Any and all feedback is welcomed and appreciated.|
|Posted 9/6/2011 11:49 AM by Mario Arevalo|
|Comments (6) view all|
Message: Hi Mario,
Do you have an Ideal future state Value stream? I would of thought the goal was at least 1000 parts per day, given the demand.
The pareto is very informative with some obvious low hanging fruit but it's a little disjointed. The Ideal future state, with an interim plan and a series of planned problem solving through PDCA, finding root cause etc may help clarify your direction.
Well done for getting started. Good Stuff.
Posted 9/19/2011 8:07 AM by Timothy Anderson send a private message to this person
Message: Hi Mario,
Can you draw your "cell" and show how parts flow in it.
Also what is the actual cycle time vs planned cycle time.
More feedback after your reply.
Posted 10/13/2011 3:48 AM by Emmanuel Jallas send a private message to this person
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