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General Management and Operational Effectiveness

by: Mrs. Brice Lang

General Management and Operational Effectiveness GBUS 7608

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Mrs. Brice Lang
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This 20 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mrs. Brice Lang on Monday September 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to GBUS 7608 at University of Virginia taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 46 views. For similar materials see /class/209569/gbus-7608-university-of-virginia in OTHER at University of Virginia.

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Date Created: 09/21/15
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drawers are more appealingto open Standardization s Goal Develop a set of practices to maintain a good normalquot condition and assign responsibility to stakeholders s Steps Identity potential savings to standardizing work Obtain buyin from management Le my wife Develop a nightly audit process Create a visible invean system that guards against redundant purchases and tracks expiration dates Ensure checks and balances if one person does the cleaning the other person performs the nightly audit Standardization Bene ts and Management gt Potential savings and bene ts Es mmmmmhmmmmmdwm 50worthofeoneumeblesendutenelledeumdredundentor expired Healthierenvtmnmentendlncteaeedlomevttydpropelly malntalned equipment dif cult to quantity gt Management buyIn and checks 8 balances SSWMaMwh yhardsolsincemymlamednvento mlntalnlno deenllnees than myself lnoorporatedmywllelntheea lerstaaeedftheproject ammmmmmmmm I Reenmmendeduganiza onalaecesso es Challenges Mymlsonnnomofmwnsolamlenmmm Standardization 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Shoppirigzominperweok A Drymbommmoppimw A Munsmmamwmmhm A WWISQWWMMMMOWMM gt Lingering challenges Comer Cabinet AmmmwmaWWMmmmm Sustaining accountability 1 Matrix breaks down as sdndulos change Appendix Bad Normal State From Previous Submission Current Condition gt Location of need Kitchen Food prep utensil drawer Plastic tupperware cabinet Nonperishebles cabinet gt Operators Myself and my wife gt Typical Use 5 occurrences daily 2 separate breakfasts 2 lunches 1 dinner gt Examples of Good and Bad normal exist Evolution of Normal gt Different layouts present challenges and Opportunities 0 Previous residence J Seplete shelving unit designated tor lnli39equenuy accessed ltonns J quotmains rack for sto mldlaphvim pols Fm utensils less dupllcates Raising oountertop eploe reek Current residence 4 Lezymrean buiiHn forstorlng pots and mlxing bowls Deeperoabinets allow nuns to get lost Awkward comer bind m operlino with deep mess gt Good and Bad habits carryover Good habits employed for flatware pistesldishes cups and glasses wraps and foils Bad habits persist for challenging utensils tu mare misc I Bline Key Accomplishments Eliminated large platform at end of B line reduced WIP to O at electronics stations Benefit One piece flow simulates pacedindex line aids visual managementstd work audit Established sequencing rules for B line to optimize flow Benefit If orders enable sequencing we can eliminate repeat bottlenecks Moved operator from A line manifold cell to new manifold cell at start of B line Benefit eliminated supply constraints on B Implemented greenyellowred light to pace line stations Benefit Demonstrates time remaining at work station encourages pace setting Bline Accomplishments cont Revisedshifted WS activities eg WS 3 to WS2 Benefit Allows for WS time below takt time Established water spiderline roamer roll to replenish parts break down boxes support assembly at stations 3 and 4 when mix outside of takt time Benefit Allows water spider to complete work otherwise reserved for line associates enables water spider to fill in when mix is outside of takt time Established water spiderline roamer standard work Established area administer standard work and audit schedule of standard work Established playbook for outsidetakt time options eg ca button offset doors for electronics stations Bline Loading Chart BEFORE Time in secs Operator Loading Chart B Line Before 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 O 2 2 900 3 3 1150 4 4 1140 5 5 1040 6 6 720 7 7 1020 El Station I Time Station I Bline Layout AFTER Operator Loading Chart B Line After TT 1125 E 1200 7 0 0 m E 0 E I Station 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ITime 1046 1052 1104 1060 1070 1097 1041 Station Time to test air test first 5 manifolds ofthe day


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