Lean Masterclass: Become a Certified Just-In-Time Specialist – Body of Knowledge

Lean Masterclass: Become a Certified Just-In-Time Specialist

1.0 Understanding Just-In-Time

1.1 Just-In-Time – Toyota Case Study
1.2 What is Just-In-Time?
1.3 History of Just-In-Time
1.4 The Concept of Just-In-Time

2.0 Key Component # 1 of Just-In-Time

2.1 How is “Teamwork” an essential element of Just-In-Time?
2.2 How is “Discipline” an essential element of Just-In-Time?
2.3 How is “Supplier Involvement” an essential element of Just-In-Time?

3.0 Key Component # 2 of Just-In-Time

3.1 Total Quality Control
3.2 The concept of Immediate Customer?
3.3 Can Just-In-Time be implemented in Small Scale Organizations too?

4.0 Characteristics of Just-In-Time System

4.1 Unform Workstation Loads
4.2 Small Lot Sizes
4.3 Closer Supplier Ties
4.4 Maintain High Quality
4.5 Quick and Economic Setups
4.6 Flexible Facilities and Multi-Skilled Workforce
4.7 Preventive Maintenance
4.8 Continuous Improvement

5.0 The 7 Steps to Implement Just-In-Time System

5.1 What are the Seven Steps to Implement Just-In-Time?

6.0 Advantages and Disadvantages of Just-In-Time System

6.1 What are the Advantages of the Just-In-Time System?

6.2 What are the Disadvantages of the Just-In-Time System?

7.0 Just-In-Time System and elimination of Waste

7.1 How does Just-in-Time System eliminate Waste?

8.0 Suppliers and Customers in the Just-In-Time System

8.1 How does Suppliers and Customers Work Together in the Just-In-TIme System?

9.0 Applications of Just-In-Time in Service Industry

9.1 What are the applications of Just-In-Time in the Service Industry?

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