时间：2019年09月06日 Source: jajshop.com Time: September 06, 2019
Lean Treasure-"Gold Mine" after reading 1000 words:
The book "Gold Mine" tells the story of how a company approaching bankruptcy turned a profit through a series of lean management. Throughout the story, the entire book explains in detail how the author's father did lean improvement, data analysis, and more. After reading it, I felt that I had participated in this reform in person.
The author elaborated the management thoughts in the form of a novel, which fully demonstrated the lean manufacturing culture of "close to customers, treating employees, low cost, and zero defects". From the second chapter of the book, the author started a dialogue on "production waste", citing Toyota's seven wastes (overproduction, waiting, handling, moving, inventory, unnecessary operations, and non-conforming products). The production status was analyzed. Point out that if you want to be efficient, you need to maximize the value of the product. As the book says, make customers feel that your product is indeed worth buying.
In response to the various wastes in the production process, the author's father and son have adopted a series of lean management measures, implemented just-in-time production system management methods, are customer-oriented and demand-oriented. Only when the ineffective labor (waste) is 0 can the proportion of work be close to 100%, and the efficiency can be really improved. Toyota pursues on-demand production, so people need to be controlled so that the excess productivity matches the required output. Lean management insists that inventory is the "source of all evils" of uneconomic production. As there is unnecessary inventory, corporate funds are backlogged and capital costs are increased. Therefore, enterprises need to combine efficiency improvement with cost reduction, and work towards the production of only the required number of products with a small number of people. In terms of efficiency, we must start with each operating staff on the site and the production line organized by them. Every link must be improved to receive the overall effect.
What is lean management? To put it plainly, through continuous improvement, companies can invest more in human resources, equipment, funds, materials, time and space with minimal resources to create more value and provide customers with new products and timely services. The overall goal is to reduce waste and increase profits.
Looking back at our company, isn't the continuous improvement of the 6s and rationalization suggestions that Allende has been promoting also aimed at reducing waste and increasing profits?
Lean management stems from lean production. I personally think that lean management should not stop at "talking on paper". Lean management comes from production and should also return to production. Any management that does not take the site as a benchmark is empty talk. In "Gold Mine", the author's father said that "the factory is a gold mine, and the front-line employees of the factory are the gold in this gold mine." Just like the "people-oriented" concept of lean management, in the process of putting forward a lean management plan, we need to combine with the field and with the field operators.
Lean management focuses on "people-oriented". For the company, employees are the real wealth of the company. Just as many companies will learn to imitate Toyota's lean management philosophy at first, but in fact, the most attractive part of Toyota is its employee culture. An enterprise without employees will be empty buildings and stationary machines, without input, output, and of course, without any profit, the enterprise will no longer be an enterprise. The spirit and appearance of employees and the attitude of their work directly determine the state of the enterprise. Strong cohesion and strong centripetal force are group operations. The effect is not the superposition of everyone's strength, but an exponential growth. To improve the cohesion of employees, we must start with problems, find solutions, create a positive cultural atmosphere, and actively use employees 'wisdom, rather than pay only for employees' hands. So businesses can:
1. Attract people with fair interests;
2. Build a platform for employees to show themselves;
3. Give ordinary employees opportunities to grow;
4. Exploration of technology;
From the perspective of Lean people, what touches me the most in the book is "systematic analysis problems", which is also a basic principle that a system IE needs to master. Throughout the book, the protagonist's father looks at the problem from a comprehensive and systematic perspective, finds out the cause of the problem, and then breaks through the problems one by one.
Strengthening management and continuous improvement are the core. Management is the foundation of an enterprise. Only when the enterprise is well managed can there be "basic competitiveness", and "basic competitiveness" + "core competitiveness" is the comprehensive competitiveness of an enterprise. Seek survival and development in market competition.
The author of the book cited many Toyota management concepts, and it is precisely because of Toyota ’s production management experience that the existing lean management concepts have been formed. At present, the lean management work of Ailande is still in its early stages. Through the study of "Gold Mine", I have realized and realized the target framework of the future lean management department. The value stream, inventory, cycle time, standardized operations, pull production, kanban system and balanced production involved in the book are also the future blueprint of our lean management department. Author: Yi Package
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