http://GembaAcademy.com | In this video Ron Pereira explains what value stream mapping is all about and how it can be used to map any process - manufacturing or transactional. To see more VSM and Lean Thinking training videos please visit http://GembaAcademy.com.
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Value Stream Mapping and the Seven Wastes of Software Development "Water-scrum-fall just wasn't working for me. Something was fundamentally wrong. I couldn't quite figure out what - or how to fix it - until I found Value Stream Mapping. This was only the beginning. Explore the seven wastes of software development and how to apply Value Stream Mapping to software development. Learn where I went wrong, and tips for running your own mapping workshops. If you are a people manager, project manager, scrum master or product owner this session will help you see where the bottlenecks REALLY are." Recorded live at the Lean Agile System Thinking LAST Conference 2017. The microphone was not well placed and crackles in a few places however the audio is clear enough to hear the session. This session was heavily inspired by the work of Karen Martin, I highly recommend checking out her content. Web: http://www.ksmartin.com/ Video: http://www.youtube.com/KarenMartinGroup The Value Stream Map workshop example was published on a Microsoft case study of Unit4 which you can read about here: https://microsoft.github.io/techcasestudies/devops/2016/11/03/Unit4.html
Views: 5223 Mike Jones
Lean Product and Process Development | Part 1 of 2 Seeing the Waste in Design Video Length: 26 min Since 80 - 90% of the costs of a product or service are administrative costs, it stands to reason that there are plenty of opportunities to reduce waste on the other side of the wall, especially in the areas of product and process design. Use lean tools to see the waste – go to the gemba and watch the design process, value stream map the development process and observe the vast amounts of waste and hand-offs, and deploy hoshin kanri to make a plan to reduce the waste in product and process development. You can find a listing of all our Lean education products here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/products/category/lean You can also purchase the video previewed above by going here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/product/category/13/61/56/lean-quality-integration/lean-product-and-process-devel/lean-product-and-process-devel Outline: Engineering Gemba Walk “Batching” Design Review and Project Meetings Design and Development Value Stream Map Hoshin Kanri to set Process Improvement Objectives Target Audience Primary: Top Management Secondary: Chief Engineers, Lean Leaders, Engineers Creating and Sustaining Lean Improvements: How to Integrate Principles, Culture and Tools - Episode 12
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DOES18 Las Vegas — Based on his work with Fortune 100 enterprises, Dr. Mik Kersten presents a new concept, the Flow Framework, which unravels the enigma of enterprise software delivery, providing an approach that helps organizations better understand the human and system dynamic that underpins their IT infrastructure. How Value Stream Networks Will Transform IT & Business Mik Kersten, CEO, Tasktop (His new book, Project to Product, is now available here: http://bit.ly/ProjectProduct) Dr. Mik Kersten spent a decade creating open source developer tools before realizing that programing was not the bottleneck of large-scale software delivery. Since that time, he has been working on creating a model and tools for connecting the end-to-end software value stream. Prior to founding Tasktop, Mik created the Eclipse Mylyn open source project as part of his PhD in Computer Science, pioneering the integration of development tools with the delivery pipeline. As a research scientist at Xerox PARC, Mik implemented the first aspect-oriented programming tools for AspectJ. Mik is the CEO of Tasktop and loves working with IT and thought leaders on transforming how software is built. His recently published book, Project to Product, is available here: http://bit.ly/ProjectProduct DOES18 Las Vegas DOES 2018 US DevOps Enterprise Summit 2018 https://events.itrevolution.com/us/
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After successfully implementing lean principals in manufacturing, Solar Turbines took them to new product development, reducing firefighting and boosting development velocity. LEI’s Chet Marchwinski recently talked about the effort with Howard Kinkade, manager, products management, at Solar. Q: What was the business problem Solar Turbines was addressing with lean product and process development (LPPD) principles? Howard: Like many organizations, our lean journey started in manufacturing. A little over 10 years ago, I was working in the product development group under a new director. He had recognized that our new product introduction process was excellent and produced great results, but every once in a while, it fell short in some areas, maybe with schedule, maybe with some of our expenditures, cost management, things of that nature. He asked, “Do we want to continue to expand our NPI book and make it any thicker?” We found as the book got thicker, performance didn't necessarily improve. He read Lean Product and Process Development. He also read The Toyota Product Development System. Of course, I had homework. I had to do the same reading. We then reflected and asked ourselves, “Do we want to experiment with this?” I certainly said, “Yes.” It was pretty exciting for me. Our initial focus was on velocity. It was pretty simple. We didn't take too big of a bite. We focused on velocity. We connected value-stream mapping of recent development programs and started applying tools like obeya and front-loading. The simple applications of those tools yielded great results. For example, our typical engine enhancement program might be two years from development to test. We applied these tools to the next engine enhancement program and it accelerated from two years to 17-to-18 months. Q: One of the most successful experiments was in workflow management to level the work and improve the value-stream flow. What did the team do? What were those results? Howard: We had been on the journey for probably about eight, 10 years and something kept coming up in all of our workshops. We had problems with our workflow management. It showed up in value-stream maps -- and I think many of the people out there have played with this -- it showed up as waiting. Our flows weren't synchronized. We borrowed from a trick that manufacturing uses called kanban -- a pull system. We identified that in order for us to get better and enable more lean activities, we needed to get our workflow management under control. We applied kanban in a pull system to the workplace. Great results so far. Chet: Can you tell us about an experiment that didn't go so well and, more importantly, what you learned? Howard: I can think of one right now that we struggled with a long time. In our workflow management system -- and I always ask this question -- if you prioritize half the work, how much work have you prioritized? Some people say none of it, and that's what I used to say. Someone gave me a witty answer once and said, “You’ve prioritized half of it, but the lower half.” Our goal was to create a prioritization system where we didn't prioritize part of the work. We prioritized all the work. It didn't matter what it was; we'd be able to prioritize across the different types of work. Our prioritization system had to be quite extensive to deal with lots of different business needs. We kept finding that one problem was our training. When we put training efforts into the prioritization system, they were always at the bottom. We kept playing with the algorithm, but every time we changed the algorithm, we’d create some other problems. Then we finally took a step back and said, “We're doing training wrong. We know training is healthy for business, and we need to invest in it. Let's determine what percentage of our investment should always go to training.” We set aside a training bucket, and we allow each of the managers to spend that portion of it that's theirs to develop their tools, processes, and people. They can go ahead and create cards for training and pull the amount as long as they don't exceed the budget. This allows them to manage the development of their people, and it solved one of our biggest problems in prioritization. Keep Learning: • Discover how to build and sustain the culture and tools of lean product and process development. Join experienced LPPD leaders from Honda, Caterpillar, Schilling Robotics, TechnipFMC, and other top companies at the 2nd Designing the Future Summit 2019, June 27 -28 8: https://www.lean.org/designfuture2019 • Get practical insights on how lean development creates better futures for companies, stakeholders, and employees. Sign up now for the free monthly newsletter from author and LPPD thought leader Jim Morgan. Subscriber information is never, sold, shared, or swapped. Go to: http://bit.ly/2CueZwaLPPDsub.
Views: 249 Lean Enterprise Institute
What is a process? Is manufacturing a process? Is install engine a process? How you define a process makes a big difference. On one extreme you'll be too high level, on the other you'll be too detailed. That's just one example of the questions we'll be answering in this Thursday's free webinar: "The 10 Biggest Challenges of Value Stream Design." We're trying something new with this webinar. We want you to test your design knowledge, so we're going to post a survey with each of the 10 questions, and you'll have a chance to answer in real time.
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VIEW THE FULL PRESENTATION HERE http://grandview.rymatech.com/2007/83-mapping-your-products-marketecture.html One of the toughest challenges facing Product Managers and Marketers is creating customer relevant, differentiated, & sales ready messaging for complex software products. This is why the concept of "Marketecture" developed by Pragmatic Marketing in the late 90's is so important. Today's customers, however, are demanding true solutions. As a result, software products are becoming more complex, and many are being sold to solve multiple problems, for multiple stakeholders, in multiple markets. This unrelenting pressure sell solutions plus the increased complexity requires a new strategy for Marketecture and a new generation of positioning & messaging tools. This webinar will show Product Managers & Marketers how a new web enabled positioning & messaging process called Value Mapping will enable them to more explicitly and precisely map their product's capabilities to the customer's needs so they can create more customer relevant, differentiated, and sales-ready messaging for any complex software product or service.
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Enjoy this clip of our learning objectives and the intro chapter for... Creating and Sustaining Lean Improvements: How to Integrate Principles, Culture and Tools - Episode 12 Lean Product and Process Development | Part 1 of 2 Seeing the Waste in Design Video Length: 26 min Since 80 - 90% of the costs of a product or service are administrative costs, it stands to reason that there are plenty of opportunities to reduce waste on the other side of the wall, especially in the areas of product and process design. Use lean tools to see the waste – go to the gemba and watch the design process, value stream map the development process and observe the vast amounts of waste and hand-offs, and deploy hoshin kanri to make a plan to reduce the waste in product and process development. You can find a listing of all our Lean education products here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/products/category/lean You can also purchase the video previewed above by going here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/product/category/13/61/56/lean-quality-integration/lean-product-and-process-devel/lean-product-and-process-devel Outline: Engineering Gemba Walk “Batching” Design Review and Project Meetings Design and Development Value Stream Map Hoshin Kanri to set Process Improvement Objectives Target Audience Primary: Top Management Secondary: Chief Engineers, Lean Leaders, Engineers
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Purchase üttana's Lean training DVDs here: https://enna.com/product-category/videos/ The Overview of Value Stream Mapping Course provides a comprehensive look at how VSM can help you streamline your operations. It cover what Value Stream Mapping (VSM) is in order to provide you with the foundational understanding that will allow to move on to the more advanced VSM concepts. To go along with this foundational knowledge are the tools that will help guide you to the best decisions regarding your Value Stream Map. Finally, the common VSM icons will be discussed, providing you with a solid understanding of what to include and how to read Value Stream Maps. More about this video visit uttana.com
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Roadmapping is used by some of the world’s most successful organisations to develop innovation and business strategies. This video highlights six benefits of roadmapping and why it should form a key part of your strategic toolset. Find out more: https://www.ifm.eng.cam.ac.uk/ifmecs/business-tools/roadmapping/roadmapping-at-ifm/
This video explains an overview of the third phase of a Kaizen project’s DMAIC framework, which is the Analyze Phase. The main theme of the Analyze Phase is to figure out “What’s wrong and why, in the target process.” You can solve this question with these 3 steps: 1) Find and clarify the root problems in your target process. 2) Search for and clarify their root causes. 3) Make a problem statement and add solution notes. This will be preparation for the next phase, which is the Improve Phase. In Lean Sigma, we always deal with root causes not surface problems. It's very important to be able to distinguish a root cause from a surface problem. In the Analyze Phase, the Value Stream Mapping and Ishikawa Diagram (Fishbone Diagram) are frequently used. This video explains about those tools as well. (Process Improvement Methodology for Service Operations, PMP, Project Management, Lean Six Sigma Japan: Episode 28) ＜＜Read this video's transcript in my blog.＞＞ http://econoshift.com/en/dmaic-analyze-phase-2/ ＜＜ Related Videos ＞＞ 【What is DMAIC?】 The Kaizen Projects' Winning Pattern (Lean Six Sigma) https://youtu.be/0FA4GTZXnqg DMAIC: Measure Phase - How to set your Project's KPI (CTQ). 【Benchmark】(Lean Six Sigma) https://youtu.be/AVAVFwIvn6c ＜＜ About this Channel ＞＞ "Learn world-class Kaizen and improve your work and yourself." This channel is for people who love their jobs, and want to improve their work and themselves. ＜＜ SUBSCRIBE: (Click the link below.) ＞＞ http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=UC40p9DIj6R1noH4-mx88oyg ＜＜ Video Upload Schedule ＞＞ A new video is uploaded bi-weekly at 7:30 am EST, Sundays. Please subscribe and share the journey together. ＜＜ Let's Connect! ＞＞ Mike Negami's Blog Site: http://econoshift.com/en/ Free Excel Template Downloads: http://econoshift.com/ja/free-downloads/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Econoshift/
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Listen to course author, Mike Orzen (@MikeOrzen) and CEO of the DevOps Institute, Jayne Groll discuss the DevOps Institute’s newest course: Value Stream Mapping for DevOps. Discover the techniques for creating value stream maps in an IT environment and using them to drive sustained Lean improvements to the flow of information throughout the enterprise. In addition, explore customer value, the processes that deliver this value, the barriers to flow, the technique of pull, and the required attitude and behavior for continuous improvement.
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Gorące podziękowanie dla ProCognity (http://procognita.pl) za sponsorowanie nagrania oraz zaproszenie Gojko :) Gorące podziękowania dla Vistuli (http://vistula.edu.pl) za ugoszczenie spotkania :)
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Value stream mapping is a lean-management method for analyzing the current state and designing a future state for the series of events that take a product or service from its beginning through to the customer. At Toyota, it is known as "material and information flow mapping". It can be applied to nearly any value chain. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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MANTEC's LEAN Development Manager, Mark Robertson explains the benefits and process for Value Stream Mapping. www.mantec.org Hello, My name is Mark Robertson with MANTEC. Value Stream Mapping helps a company to identify what is value added in their organization and what is Non-value added. Typically in most companies in the US 95% of lead time is NVA. Lean helps you to Identify the 8 Wastes, defects, overproduction, waiting, non-utilized people skills, transportation, inventory, motion & extra processing. After you identify the waste in your value stream, you will select which tool to help eliminate the waste. Under the roof of Continuous Improvement, there are many tools. VSM are the steps leading into the house. The House of LEAN Roof of Continuous Improvement Bricks of LEAN Tools Mortar of Culture Steps of Value Stream Mapping The Heart of LEAN Definition of Value Stream Visualize your product's path is it similar to the one shown. I think that you will find in your current process, there could be many different wastes, including the ones of transportation and motion. Product's Production Path Time from Start to Finish Visualize the Flow Current Processes Image of Current State Outline Existing Waste A Team will go to the office and shop floor and gather the data. The data consists of information and material flows. From this data a Current state map is created and the non-value added wastes are identified. We then look for ways to improve the flow. How Shop Floor Operates Gather Information Perform a Walk Through Determine Information and Material Flow Foundation for the Future State Creates an Action Plan Identifies LEAN Tools Needed In our Future state, we have eliminated wastes and streamlined our flow. To get to this point, we have picked our tools to use and decided on which Kaizen events have the highest priority. These are projects to make things better. Product's Production Path Time from Start to Finish Visualize the Flow Future Processes Image of Future State Eliminate Waste Our future state map when all Kaizens are completed will then become the next current state condition. From the eyes of the customer, we have improved on-time delivery, shortened lead times and improved product quality. Designing a LEAN Flow Always Need a Future State Map becomes a Blueprint Keep updating Improved on-time delivery Improved quality Shorter product cycle times Reduced material handling costs Are you ready to better satisfy your customer and improve your company? Call for your Lean Assessment today. To make ourselves better, we have to take action and move ahead on our Lean Journey. Call for your Value Stream Assessment. Mark Robertson 717-843-5054 or [email protected]
Views: 4176 MANTECPA
This webinar addresses the basic principles of sustainable value stream mapping and how to develop a Sus-VSM for understanding and baselining the sustainability aspects within manufacturing processes as a critical step toward making improvements. AGENDA [00:01] Introduction [01:30] Kentucky Sustainable Manufacturing Initiative (KSMI) [07:22] Introduction to Sustainable Value Stream Mapping [13:54] Sustainable Valuable Stream Mapping [48:51] Q&A
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Lecture: What is Value Chain? http://www.aims.education/study-online/what-is-value-chain-definition/ As per Value chain definition, it is a model that explains how businesses receive raw materials as input, add value to the raw materials through various processes, and sell finished products to customers.
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A preview of our new set of lean training videos, Creating and Sustaining Lean Improvements: Creating a Continuous Improvement/Lean Culture. Take a look at our website, here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/product/category/13/59/lean/creating-continuous-improvemen Lean Product and Process Development Extend your lean journey beyond production and operations into engineering Innovate quickly. Create standard work in design. Do an engineering gemba walk. See the waste in handoffs. Eliminate design review "batching." Streamline project meetings. This set includes two videos: Episode 12: Seeing the Waste in Design Episode 13: Removing the Waste in Design Since 80 - 90% of the costs of a product or service are administrative costs, it stands to reason that there are plenty of opportunities to reduce waste on the other side of the wall, especially in the areas of product and process design. Use lean tools to see the waste – go to the gemba and watch the design process, value stream map the development process and observe the vast amounts of waste and hand-offs, and deploy hoshin kanri to make a plan to reduce the waste in product and process development. After we see the waste in typical product and process development processes, we must drive improvements as determined in the hoshin kanri deployment process. Learn how to deploy lean tools and lean cultural elements to make the process much more effective, to more thoroughly drive innovation, and to increase respect for the contribution of employees. Episode 12 Lean Product and Process Development | Part 1 of 2 Seeing the Waste in Design Video Length: 26 min Since 80 - 90% of the costs of a product or service are administrative costs, it stands to reason that there are plenty of opportunities to reduce waste on the other side of the wall, especially in the areas of product and process design. Use lean tools to see the waste – go to the gemba and watch the design process, value stream map the development process and observe the vast amounts of waste and hand-offs, and deploy hoshin kanri to make a plan to reduce the waste in product and process development. Outline Introduction (3:03 min) Engineering gemba walk (8:29 min) “Batching” design review and project meetings (7:40 min) Design and development value stream map (2:19 min) Hoshin kanri to set process improvement objectives (3:21 min) Closing thoughts (1:27 min) Episode 13 Lean Product and Process Development | Part 2 of 2 Removing the Waste in Design Video Length: 37 min Now that we see the waste in typical product and process development processes, we must drive improvements as determined in the hoshin kanri deployment process. Learn how to deploy lean tools and lean cultural elements to make the process much more effective, to more thoroughly drive innovation ,and to increase support for the respect of employees. Outline Introduction (1:58 min) Fast innovation (4:04 min) Lean product and process development (LPPD), APQP, and ISO requirements (2:34 min) Visual management and daily accountability design (7:23 min) Standard work in design (6:56 min) One piece flow in design (4:32 min) Kaizen events in design (5:32 min) 3P in design (3:05 min) Closing thoughts (0:55 min)
Views: 267 Kaizen Institute Online
Agenda 1) Flashcard -- "Escape Defects" - 10 mins 2) Lean (Part #2) -- 35 mins
Views: 2915 Anurag Saksena
Watch Dave Thomas in his keynote during the Agile Day'12 in New York City. The title of the keynote is "Lean Value Driven Product Development -- Faster, Better, Cheaper!". The Agile Day is the annual 1-day conference in New York City about all things agile and lean. You can learn more about the agile user group events in New York by visiting http://www.agilenyc.org
Views: 53 Jochen Krebs
If your organisation is growing fast, and there are frequent requests for modifications and new product development. Where the extent of modifications and new assemblies require creation of large inventory & its management system (conventional thinking of doing more of the same). And you feel there is a need to create extra warehousing space and employ large number of people besides induct an inventory management system to handle it. Much of conventional thinking used to solve problems symtomatically creates waste. Apply lean thinking and rectify the problem using value stream thinking.
Views: 233 Sanjeev Baitmangalkar
Clicked here http://www.MBAbullshit.com/ and OMG wow! I'm SHOCKED how easy.. No wonder others goin crazy sharing this??? Share it with your other friends too! Fun MBAbullshit.com is filled with easy quick video tutorial reviews on topics for MBA, BBA, and business college students on lots of topics from Finance or Financial Management, Quantitative Analysis, Managerial Economics, Strategic Management, Accounting, and many others. Cut through the bullshit to understand MBA!(Coming soon!) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5yWr1hr6QY
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To skip introductory material, FF to 04:34 Accompanying slides: http://slidesha.re/1fRQAvu Subscribe: http://www.ksmartin.com/subscribe To purchase the book: http://bit.ly/MBPMbk Karen Martin & Mike Osterling's new edition of Metrics-Based Process Mapping, which features an extensive Excel tool for measuring, sharing, and archiving improved processes can be found at: bit.ly/MBPMbk.
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Speaker: Jane Brock, MD, MSPH Colorado Medical Society Spring Conference | Saturday, May 4, 2013 Dr. Brock is a national expert on the details of practice transformation and longitudinal care coordination and provided insight into the transformation to team-based care and why they add value and productivity to a teamwork delivery model.
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The Value Proposition Canvas allows you to design products and services that customers actually want. In this short video, we walk you through the tool and how it works. For more info, visit http://strategyzer.com Credit: Daniela Berto/Neue Big: Content Strategy and Production http://www.neuebig.com Lisa Cadamuro https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisacadamuro/ Jeanette Iris Mooney: Script Editing Maria Walnut: Concept, Creative Direction, Design www.studiomariawalnut.com Max Mörtl: Art Direction, Stop Motion Animation Direction www.maxmoertl.de Cris Wiegandt: Paper Craft Assistant https://www.criswiegandt.com Jimi Newport: 2D Animation https://bob74.myportfolio.com Julian Terbuyken: Music and Sound Design https://www.odoeje.de Alex Belcourt: Voice Narration Crafted and filmed in Berlin at Cris Wiegandt Studio. Special thanks to Björn Lefers for his contribution about the Audience/Script Analysis
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In New Product Development, the ability to deliver projects quickly and on budget is critical to success. Which is why inaccurate estimates are such an important problem. In this talk, Johanna Rothman explains how companies can tackle this issue by shifting their resource management mindset to some of the key ideas of Lean Product Development, and in particular the concept of Flow Efficiency. Johanna Rothman is among the few people who witnessed firsthand the emergence of Agile applied to programs, and pioneered the approach with a variety of customers. She is the current agileconnection.com technical editor. She is the author of several books, including "Create Your Successful Agile Project: Collaborate, Measure, Estimate, Deliver"
Views: 121 Planisware
I always strive to take ideas or information that is good and valuable and share it forward. I am especially interested in concepts of process engineering and simplifying their tenets thereby aiding in the proliferation of improvement strategies. Cheers, JDS six sigma
Views: 611 Jerry Shadrick
Paul Akers, host of The American Innovator show, discusses the difference between value added and non value added activities while moving sand in Kazakhstan. If you like this video, give it a thumbs up & subscribe to our channel. Paul Akers is an entrepreneur, business owner, author, speaker, & Lean maniac. He has written several books on Lean and he travels the world to educate & speak about Lean principles, Lean manufacturing and Lean Health. Paul has a weekly podcast called The American Innovator where he shares about Lean & his travel adventures. For more information on Paul Akers and Lean, visit his website. http://paulakers.net/ He is the founder and president of FastCap, based in Ferndale, WA. FastCap is an international product development company founded in 1997 with over 2000 distributors worldwide. At its core, FastCap is a Lean company, determined to continuously improve everything, everyday. FastCap's products reflect the idea that everything can be improved and the best ideas come from the shop floor. For more information on FastCap, visit FastCap's website. http://www.fastcap.com/ or Blog http://blog.fastcap.com/ For Spanish videos, visit our FastCap Spanish YouTube Channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCipvDj1A9LvOlJkLL12is4Q To sign up to receive news regarding FastCap, 2 Second Lean, and/or The American Innovator podcast, go to this link: http://bit.ly/FastCap-Subscribe
Views: 401 Paul Akers
GitLab VSM Demo - Issue Boards as value stream A short demonstration of how GitLab can use Issue Boards to represent a value stream, and how Cycle Analytics can be used to optimize the value stream. Related Links: - Issue Board Docs - https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/project/issue_board.html#doc-nav - Cycle Analytics Docs - https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/project/cycle_analytics.html Try GitLab EE FREE for 30 days, no credit card required - https://goo.gl/JdznoY Want to know more about our free GitLab.com? https://goo.gl/Uol8bl GitLab License FAQ - https://goo.gl/hZAsYF Questions?? - https://goo.gl/i7KzQ8
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Ritu Mehta talks about “Lean Tools that work” and its meteorology. Ritu works as a Director Product Development at Pitney Bowes Software’s. This session covers: - Lean – It’s all about choices and NOT about Working harder / working faster / blaming people • Focus on Customer Value • Lean and Unleashing Capacity • Forms of Waste • Mapped to Software Development - Lean Principles - Tools that work - Lean Software Development • Software Development Waste • Software Waste Exercise - Value Stream Mapping • What is Value Stream Map? • Select Delivery Content. • Using VSM’s to Improve Processes. • Create a Value Stream Map. - Anti-Patterns and Potential Solutions - The Role of QA - Development Foundation Disciplines - Deployment Foundation Disciplines Watch the video to know more about Lean Tools that work.
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Electronics | Software Development | Product Development | Electronic Engineering http://www.khemeiaconsulting.com/ Ian Sharp, MD of Khemeia Consulting, talks about the Product Development process. Step 4: Manufacturing your product What sort of volume is the product going to be made in? This will determine where it is going to be made (because manufacturing is tiered.) Low - Mid volume Mid - High volume High - Extremely high volume All of this has an impact on several aspects including component choice, suppliers and supply chains. Khemeia Consulting | Technology | Electronics | Electronic Design Services | Software | Product Development
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Machine Learning This DevOps Tutorial will help you understand what is DevOps value stream mapping and why is it so important in DevOps culture. Value stream mapping is a representation of all the steps followed by a product - raw material stage to its final product form. Value stream mapping in DevOps exposes wastes and inaccuracies in the critical activities. Identifies delays, constraints and other issues. It integrates multiple tools, analyzes events and provides accurate usable data. This DevOps Tutorial will explain the topics listed below: 1. Why Value Stream Mapping? ( 0:26 ) 2. What is Value Stream Mapping? ( 1:39 ) 3. Value Stream Mapping and DevOps. ( 2:32 ) 4. How is Value Stream Mapping done in DevOps? ( 3:34 ) 5. How is Value Stream Mapping Useful? ( 4:55 ) Use of Value Stream Mapping in DevOps: 1. Exposes wastes and inaccuracies in the critical activities. 2. Identifies delays, constraints and other issues. 3. Integrates multiple tools, analyzes and provides accurate usable data. 4. Realize the value of DevOps tools. 5. Find bottlenecks and pain points. 6. Improves the confidence of the department. 7. Greater visibility from "time-to-value" of development #DevOpsTrainingVideos #DevOpsPractitioner #DevOpsTutorialsForBeginners #DevOpsPractitioner #DevOpsCertification #DevOpsCourse DevOps Tutorial Playlist: DevOps Articles: To Gain In-depth Knowledge of DevOps, Check Our DevOps Training Course: ---------------------------------- What are the objectives of this DevOps Training Course? Simplilearn’s DevOps training course is designed to help you become a DevOps practitioner and apply the latest in DevOps methodology to automate your software development lifecycle right out of the class. You will master configuration management; continuous integration deployment, delivery and monitoring using DevOps tools such as Git, Docker, Jenkins, Puppet and Nagios in a practical, hands on and interactive approach. The Devops training course focuses heavily on the use of Docker containers, a technology that is revolutionizing the way apps are deployed in the cloud today and is a critical skillset to master in the cloud age. ---------------------------------- What skills you will learn through this DevOps Training Course? 1. After completing the DevOps training course you will achieve hands on expertise in various aspects of the DevOps delivery model. The practical learning outcomes of this Devops training course are: 2. An understanding of DevOps and the modern DevOps toolsets The ability to automate all aspects of a modern code delivery and deployment pipeline using: - Source code management tools - Build tools - Test automation tools - Containerization through Docker - Configuration management tools - Monitoring tools ---------------------------------- Who should take this DevOps Course? This DevOps training course will be of benefit the following professional roles: 1. Software Developers 2. Technical Project Managers 3. Architects 4. Operations Support 5. Deployment engineers 6. IT managers 7. Development managers ---------------------------------- What are the projects included in this DevOps Course? As part of the coursework, you will complete three projects based on industry use cases. Project #1 Domain: Finance A global bank recruits 500 graduate software developers each year. The developers are employed at sites in four different countries. The bank requires a web-based questionnaire system to assess graduates’ programming skills so that they can provide appropriate training. You will need to design, implement and deploy part of the system. Project #2 Domain: Media A media company wishes to offer a website where users can upload photographs. Captions and titles can be added to the photographs. Customers can order prints of photos on T-shirts, mugs and other items. You will need to design, implement and deploy part of the system. Project #3 Domain: Medical A hospital wishes to implement a system that can detect harmful drug interactions. They want a mobile phone application that allows doctors to enter or scan prescriptions. The system will then check for drug interactions, and any conflicting drugs will be highlighted so that the prescription can be changed. You will need to design, implement and deploy part of the application. ---------------------------------- For more updates on courses and tips follow us on: - Facebook: - Twi Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!!
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Oil 101 - A FREE Introduction to the Oil and Gas Industry I this first of 10 modules, we introduce the learner to some key fundamentals of the Upstream segment of the oil and gas industry. The full Oil 101 course includes: +Introduction to Upstream +Introduction to Midstream +Introduction to Downstream +Introduction to Exploration +Introduction to Drilling +Introduction to Production +Introduction to Natural Gas +Introduction to Refining +Introduction to Supply and Trading +Introduction to Petroleum Product Marketing Learn More about Oil 101: http://www.ektinteractive.com/ http://www.ektinteractive.com/oil-101/ So, What is Upstream? Most oil and gas companies’ business structures are organized according to business segment, assets, or function. The upstream segment of oil and gas is also known as exploration and production, or E&P because it encompasses activities related to searching for, recovering, and producing crude oil and natural gas. Upstream is all about wells, where to locate them; how deep and how far to drill them; and how to design, construct, operate and manage them to deliver the greatest possible return on investment with the lightest, safest and smallest operational footprint. In fact, the E&P sector should probably be called the EDP sector - because “you can’t find oil if you don’t drill wells.” Exploration Obtaining the Lease Let’s start with exploration which involves the operator obtaining a lease and permission to drill from the owner of onshore or offshore acreage thought to contain oil or gas. Then the operator must conduct geological and geophysical surveys to select the first well site to explore for, and hopefully find, economic accumulations of oil or gas. This well is often called a “wildcat well.” Drilling is physically creating the “borehole” in the ground that will eventually become a productive oil or gas well. This work is typically done by rig contractors and service companies in the Oilfield Services business sector. On a wellsite, there can be as many as 30-40 different service contractors providing expertise to the operator. Wells can be relatively simple or unbelievably complex. Wells can totally vertical for miles or both deep and horizontal. There are also highly complex “J” and “S” configured wells with numerous branches, or laterals, emanating from the original, or “mother”, hole. These are called “deviated wells.” Production Finally, let’s discuss production, where reserves are “converted to cash” by maximizing the recovery of hydrocarbons from subsurface reservoirs. Essentially, production is efficiently bringing the hydrocarbons to the surface and treating them as needed to make them marketable. So that’s the basics of E&P. We will drill deeper into each of these operations in the complete Oil 101 course at a later date. Now, let’s talk about unconventional resources, clearly the hottest topic in oil and gas over the last decade. Unconventional Future of Oil and Gas Unconventional resources are defined as any resource extracted, or produced, by any method other than the traditional vertical or slightly deviated well. The three main sources of technological breakthroughs that have made unconventional developments profitable include: Horizontal drilling Hydraulic fracturing Subsea engineering (especially deep water production)
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Mange ser processer, og interaktionen mellem disse, som et vanskeligt område, der er uforståeligt og komplekst. Det er ikke tilfældet. Vi har i vort kursus nr. 7 en gennemgang af et kraftfuldt værktøj -- VSM -- Value Stream Mapping, der i bund og grund drejer sig om, at få overblik over, og kunne beskrive en eller flere givne processer på en for alle let forståelig måde. Det er f.eks. et unikt værktøj til møderne, hvor der diskuteres optimering og forbedringer, og det hvad enten det drejer sig om produktion, administration, transport, service mv. Se mere på vores hjemmeside www.bischoff-academy.dk
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KTS Marketing Solutions helps automation and technology companies become intimate with their customers buying journey and discover their true value for the customer. This RIA member helps develop increased value and deliver the value through differentiated products and services, resulting in growth and increased shareholder value. Managing Partner, Tim has 20 years experience in automation including the positions of Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Director of Marketing and Product Marketing at robotics and automation product companies.
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Recorded on January 11, 2018 This provided an overview and framework for thinking about the product life cycle (LCP) and evaluating environmental and business aspects throughout the cycle. Topics introduced: – Product life cycles – What is a product life cycle perspective? – Practical approaches Learning objectives: – Obtain a framework for thinking about life cycle perspective – Learn principles of life cycle thinking – Develop approaches for incorporating LCP in your organization – Initiate your thinking about sustainable manufacturing in preparation for Workshop 2 Agenda [00:00] Introduction [07:35] Sustainable Manufacturing [08:39] Cradle to Grave [10:39] Cradle to Cradle [18:06] Life Cycle Thinking [29:24] Life Cycle Assessment [30:59] Product Life Cycle [35:27] Sus-VSM (Value Stream Map) [36:12] 6R Concept (Improve Performance) [41:08] Sustainable Product Development [43:42] Questions [52:01] KSMI Resources [53:09] Wrap-up / Next Actions
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The Business Model Canvas - 9 Steps to Creating a Successful Business Model - Startup Tips The Business Model Canvas, is a strategic management and entrepreneurial tool. It allows you to describe, design, challenge, invent, and pivot your business model. The Business Model Canvas is comprised of 9 key segments: The left hand section of the Business Model Canvas is the Infrastructure section and comprises three key areas: Key Activities: The most important activities in executing a company's value proposition. Key Resources: The resources that are necessary to create value for the customer. Partner Network: In order to optimize operations and reduce risks of a business model, organization usually cultivate buyer-supplier relationships so they can focus on their core activity. The middle section of the canvas describes the business offering and is the value proposition delivered to different customer segments. Value Propositions: The collection of products and services a business offers to meet the needs of its customers. According to Osterwalder, (2004), a company's value proposition is what distinguishes itself from its competitors. The value proposition provides value through various elements such as newness, performance, customization, "getting the job done", design, brand/status, price, cost reduction, risk reduction, accessibility, and convenience/usability. The value propositions may be: Quantitative – price and efficiency Qualitative – overall customer experience and outcome The right hand side of the Business Model Canvas describes the customers, the channels through which you deliver services and and the relationships you have with your customers. Customer Segments: To build an effective business model, a company must identify which customers it tries to serve. Various sets of customers can be segmented based on the different needs and attributes to ensure appropriate implementation of corporate strategy meets the characteristics of selected group of clients. Channels: A company can deliver its value proposition to its targeted customers through different channels. Effective channels will distribute a company’s value proposition in ways that are fast, efficient and cost effective. An organization can reach its clients either through its own channels (store front), partner channels (major distributors), or a combination of both. Customer Relationships: To ensure the survival and success of any businesses, companies must identify the type of relationship they want to create with their customer segments. The bottom section of the canvas describes the finances. Cost Structure: This describes the most important monetary consequences while operating under different business models. A company's DOC. Revenue Streams: The way a company makes income from each customer segment. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIypuA7lS-FsVG6cMlNCK2w?sub_confirmation=1 Check out some of our other videos Compensation claims - how long should it take https://youtu.be/NuxfrgSTg78 LLC vs S Corp https://youtu.be/4xNCnf9hitw Minizing tax https://youtu.be/ybSnFb6rx6Y How to fund a startup https://youtu.be/ctzDb59sw5M Kickstarter success Ep 1 https://youtu.be/2EG78JNZ7nA Kickstarter success Ep 2 https://youtu.be/ZMlq5CmUNz8 How to pitch to investors with Guy Kawasaki https://youtu.be/-epR-uGlv4M If you are interested in sustainability issues then check this video out The Sustainable Business Model Canvas https://youtu.be/gVimMEI2u2w
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Use this tool to assess your organization's product development processes and capabilities. Download our free Product Development Strategy Methodology to see how this tool functions as part of a product development process. Get this template @ http://www.demandmetric.com/content/product-development-assessment
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Speaker: Dave Thomas (@daveathomas), Founding Director of Agile Alliance, founder of YOW! Conferences @ Kx Systems Agile, OOP... are like good hygiene in the kitchen, it results in meals with consistent quality and predictable prep and service times. It doesn't result in great meals nor substantially impact the ROI! Lean Thinking clearly shows that the only way to make a significant impact is to improve the value chain by improving flow. If everyone is following best practices no one has competitive advantage. Major improvements in the value chain depend on continued disruptive innovations. Innovations leverage people and their ideas. We use case studies to illustrate the different business and technical innovations and their impact. We conclude with a discussion of how to build and leverage an innovation culture versus a sprint death march when dealing with high value time to market projects. About the speaker Dave Thomas, Chief Scientist/CSO, Kx Systems, Co-Founder and past Chairman of Bedarra Research Labs (BRL), creators of the Ivy visual analytics workbench and ACM Distinguished Engineer. Founder and past CEO of Object Technology International (OTI), becoming CEO of IBM OTI Labs after its sale to IBM. With a unique ability to see the future and translate research into competitive products, he is known for his contributions to Object Technology including IBM VisualAge and Eclipse IDEs, Smalltalk and Java virtual machines. Dave is a popular, humorous, albeit opinionated keynote speaker with an impressive breadth of business experience and technical depth. He is a thought leader in large-scale software engineering and a founding director of the Agile Alliance. With close links the R&D community Dave is an adjunct research professor at Carleton University in Canada and held past positions at UQ and QUT in Australia. He has been a business and technical advisor to many technology companies including Kx Systems. Dave is founder and chairman of the YOW! Australia and Lambda Jam conferences, and is a GOTO Conference Fellow. Event Page: http://2016.agilesingapore.org Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/Xukr/
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Creating a software development Value Stream Map is an exercise to identify delays caused by people, processes and tools. Over the past 12 months Marcus has been running DevOps focused “hackfests” with customers. Prior to each event we meet to create a Value Stream Map of the software development processes. In addition to improving understanding of the existing state the exercise enables opportunities for improvement to be identified. During the session Marcus will describe Value Stream Mapping and the process carried out. Looking at a number of real world case studies and discuss some of the more interesting areas of waste that had been identified.
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Paul Akers discusses the criteria for making an improvement: Safety, Quality, Simplicity, Speed. Then he and Alisha work together to make a lean improvement based on Simplicity. For more information on lean, visit 2 Second Lean. http://www.2secondlean.com/ If you like this video, give it a thumbs up & subscribe to our channel. Paul Akers is the founder and president of FastCap, based in Bellingham, WA. FastCap is an international product development company founded in 1997 with over 2000 distributors worldwide. A prolific inventor, Paul holds US and international patents. FastCap, launches approximately 20 new innovative products per year and has won business of the year multiple times. Paul and his wife, Leanne, have built FastCap from their garage into a multi-million dollar company. At its core, FastCap is a lean manufacturing company, determined to continuously improve everything, everyday. Our products reflect the idea that things can be improved and the best ideas come from the shop floor. For more information on FastCap, visit FastCap's website http://www.fastcap.com/ or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FastCap.LLC For more information specifically related to tech products, visit the FastCap Tech website http://www.fastcaptech.com/ For more information on Paul's book and lean, visit the 2 Second Lean website http://www.2secondlean.com/ or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/2secondlean For more information on Paul's weekly podcast, visit The American Innovator website http://theamericaninnovator.com/ or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/theamericaninnovator For more information on Paul Akers, visit his blog http://paulakers.net/ or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/paul.akers.american.innovator To sign up to receive news regarding FastCap, 2 Second Lean, and/or The American Innovator show, go to this link: http://fastcap.us1.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=4b6cd3052005adbfe263c045e&id=8c1f8244f9
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