Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
V.Raghunathan
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Sriwidh
Management Consultant
+1 Other

What are the benefits of Lean Manufacturing System?
Lean manufacturing resolve all buyer issues by achieving organization & individual prosperity.
Lean Manufacturing pilots better life for all the stakeholders.
Lean consciously focusing on elimination of waste and reduce usage of resources.
Reduce wastage of time, energy, manpower, materials, and money, etc.
Improve quality of product, service, working environment, safety etc.
What is necessary for effective implementation of Lean Manufacturing techniques?
The organization must decide & consider following elements, clarity of purpose (Strategic vision), to cultivate lean in every corner of the organization.
(1) Buy-in from Top Leadership, (2) Plan in time to ensure its success, & (3) Wholehearted team.
Can we implement Lean Techniques with in-house persons or should engage a Lean Consultant?
When you engage staff or consultant for effective implementation ensure that he / she has related practice and capabilities addressing your industry specific issues on the following origins:-
Does the he / she demonstrate the right level and type of expertise to address your problems?
• Industry expertise, • Subject-matter expertise, • Outside perspective based on experience and / or data.
Does he / she offer a roadmap for long-term success, a process for scoping the problem & solving it?
Does he / she leave behind a framework & structure for sustaining the gains once he completed the task?
Does the expert offer one-to-one contact at various levels? Who will stay in touch during the visit?
Is there a stable team deployed at all levels? Does the leader clearly diagnose your business, issues & culture?
Does he / she work with you to identify & deliver measurable top and bottom-line results or implemented hard savings? Is there a process for continuous evaluation?
What kind of wastes normally reduces production efficiency and quality of work in an organization?
1. Overproduction, 2. Waiting, 3. Unnecessary Transport, 4. Over processing, 5. Excess Material Consumption, 6. Excessive Movement, 7. Defects and 8. Unused Employee Creativity.
What are the normal tools required in Apparel Industry for sustainable growth?
ISO: 9001, JIT, Kaizen / Kanban, 5’s, Takt time, Visual Systems, Value Stream Mapping, PDCA, SA: 8000 etc.
The application of these tools will vary based on your manufacturing systems. Finally, the Impact / effect:
• Positive commercial influence, • Deliver a boost to organization ability, • Provide long term sustainability, • Improved profit margin and image in the market, • System change generate fresh opportunities, • Progress in customer trust & respect significantly, • Competitive gain / advantage over the competitors, etc.
There is a pressing need to improve productivity, for the real future. On the whole, it requires highest level commitment to achieve real progress. Have clear insight into your operational abilities. Your organization & people can surely get measurable growth once you start your journey. To get great results you may need external guidance and support. In this regard, we care improvement of customized solution & roadmap working closely with all levels of people in the organization. We guide you to survive in the race with proven tools based on your manufacturing systems. (Our CEO = Six Sigma – Black Belt, Well trained in application of tools & practises for process improvements). WE take care to provide the best achievable solutions that are a basic for today’s competitive mindset. We call this knowledge transfer. We focus on - Beliefs & Values (Culture), Governance, People, Leadership, Processes, Products, Results, Strategy & System.

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24th March 2016 From India, Madras
Dear Mr Jayaraman K,
Spreading awareness of lean manufacturing is a good idea, nevertheless, it would have been better if you had shared your own experience of implementation of lean manufacturing practices. Your own case study would have appealed more than question and answer session. Such material is abundantly available on internet as such and what is missing is personal experience. You could have filled this void.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar

24th March 2016 From India, Bangalore
Dear Sriwidh,
It is nice of you to have brought out a set of Q&A on Lean Management. The first half is very relevant to lean management. However in the second half there are different topics from TQM (Total Quality Management) like Kanban, PDCA, SA 8000, JIT, ISO systems etc. All these topics from TQM result in Continuous Improvement and improved efficiency. Hence they deserve a separate mention.
Thanks for your post.
V.Raghunathan
25th March 2016 From India
Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) happens to be the best & most reputed source of Lean training in India. They have got a large panel of experts & operate from multiple centers across India. The services also are very cost effective and in some cases, subsidized. Details are available on net.
28th March 2016 From India, Pune
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