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  LEAN THINKING  RMG1 I G D S B R I S T O LCONSORTIUM Presented by University of Bristol 14th - 18th March 2005 www.aerospaceigds.com ● Aim This module aims to provide awareness of the elements andbenefits of applying Lean principles.This aims to introduce theconcepts and principles of Lean, provide methods ofcontinuously improving the effectiveness of business processesand provide an opportunity to implement principles in a realisticprocess simulation. ● Target Delegates It is intended for graduate engineers, experienced engineers,project team leaders, team leaders and people within businessand aims to give them an integrated view of continuousimprovements through using Lean principles and how toachieve them in a focused business environment. ● Learning Outcomes On completion of the module, delegates will: ● Understand how the separate elements of Lean thinking inter-relate; ● Have applied Lean thinking and managed the changeprocess through simulation; ● Taken into account human factors within the change process; ● Be able to analyse business processes and implement theprinciples of lean in order to enhance customer value; ● Understand in detail the 5 principles of Lean; ● Have an in-depth knowledge of the tools and techniquesavailable to support the change process. ● Learning Environment There will be a combination of lectures, seminar discussiongroups, case studies and individual / group work.There will alsobe input from guest speakers and a simulation activity that runsthrough the whole course. ● Pre-Module Study Delegates will be required to read the information given onPlastic Parts plc the company used during simulation. ● Post-Module Assignment Delegates will work individually to complete a post moduleassignment.The assignment is expected to take a delegate 50hours to complete, consisting of 4000 words total. ● Module Content The module comprises the following: ● Introduction to the 5 principles of Lean ● Introduction to Plastic parts plc and subsequent simulation runs ● Tools and techniques that support Lean ● Team working and IPTs ● Introduction to simple finance ● Change management ● Lean within Aerospace (The big picture) ● Lean approach to change ● Performance metrics ● Performance measures within industry ● Deming Cycle ● Syndicate activity time to apply change and improvements toPlastic Parts plc ● Review time and feedback sessions ● Venue Rolls-Royce Plc, BristolModule Leader:Bob Hawke, Rolls-Royce, DerbyE-mail:robert.hawke@rolls-royce.com ● Cost Delegate fee:£1000.00Short course fee:£1200.00 (exclusive of accommodation). ● The Aerospace IGDS The Integrated Graduate Development Scheme (IGDS) is aprofessional development scheme for experienced graduates.The Bristol Consortium is run as a partnership between thecompanies and universities involved.Modules cover the areasof design, manufacture, business and management, all with anAerospace bias.The scheme offers a programme of modules,all of which are available as short courses.Graduates or theequivalent can enrol for a part-time postgraduate qualificationsuch as a Certificate, Diploma Masters or EngineeringDoctorate.The Aerospace IGDS has over 240 delegates enrolled, over 65 companies participating, and with 4 universities contributing35+ modules.The aim of the IGDS is to generate a high quality learningenvironment by bringing delegates together from all sectors ofthe industry:suppliers, systems integrators, primemanufacturers of engines and airframes, airline and militaryoperators, flight test organisations and the research agencies.We are meeting that aim and would welcome new partners,new delegates and short course applicants.    R  o   l   l  s   R  o  y  c  e   P   l  c  Run 1 & Review Dave Jones ● APPLICATION & ENQUIRY FORM I wish to enrol on the Lean Thinking module  ❏ I wish to receive an information pack about the Aerospace IGDS  ❏ Name..................................................................................................................................................................Organisation.....................................................................................................................................................Address...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Tel......................................... Fax...................................... E-mail..................................................................... Please forward this slip by 28th January 2005 to:IGDS Office,University of Bristol,83 Woodland Road,Bristol,BS8 1US ● 0117 954 5665  ● Fax:0117 954 5663  ● E-mail:igds-office@bristol.ac.uk Late applicants may be accepted on to the course - please contact the IGDS office to check. Please see our web-site for further information:www.aerospaceigds.com I G D S B R I S T O LCONSORTIUM DAY 1 Intro & Outlines Dave Jones Introduction to simulation& Factory Set-up Dave Jones LunchBreak  1st Syndicate activity Dave Jones Lean Aerospace(Academic input) Mike Breward & Dave Jones Tools & Techniques Dave Jones 8:30 -9.009:00 -10.0010.15 - 11.0011.00 - 12.1511:00 -12:151:00 -2:302:30 -4:00 Syndicate activitycontinued Dave Jones T account Team Break  4.00 - 5.005.00 - 5.15 10:00-10:1512:15-1:003:00-3:15 8:30 -9.309:30 -10.3011.00 - 12.151:00 -2:002:00 -4:002:00 -3:00 4.30 - 5.00 4.00 - 4.308:30 -9.009:00 -10.0010.15 - 12.151:00 -3:003.15 - 4.004.00 - 5.008:30 -9.159:15 -10.0010.15 - 11.001:00 -3:453.45 - 4.004.00 - 5.008:30 -9.309:301:00 -2:003.15 - 4.00 4.00 - 4.30 DAY 2DAY 3DAY 4DAY 5 Team working-IPTS Glen Ford  2nd Syndicate activity Dave Jones Syndicate continued Dave Jones Change management Nigel Calladine Control of a process.CFBU business measures.Efficiency v Effectiveness,MRP & push v pull Dave Jones,Nigel Calladine Facilitated review of decision making Dave Jones Finance C Slater  Feedback and buy off for run 2,T account Dave Jones Run 2 and Review Dave Jones SMED,TPM,Takt-time,5s Dave Jones Presentation on theabove from team,T account Group Feedback and buy off for run3 & T account Dave Jones 3rd syndicate activity.Preparefor 15min presentation onStrategy to make Plastic Partsa world class performer.Include HR requirement,change plan,finance,projectplan Dave Jones Run 3 and Review Dave Jones SOP Dave Jones &Chris Wright Lean Design Process Mike Breward  Final syndicate activity Dave Jones Feedback and buy off Run 4 Dave Jones Run 4 and review Dave Jones Course review &40 day engine Dave Jones Assignment Dave Jones Lean approach tochange Valerie Crute Presentations T account Team Performance Metrics Yvonne Ward  Case Study Mike Breward  Please note that this timetable is a Draft and subject to changeVisits and guest speakers subject to availability Evening Reading  :From the Lean tool box section on Philosophy  Evening Reading  :From the Lean tool box section on Improvement Evening Reading  :From the Lean tool box Part of section on Production.Kanban,Batch Sizing & Changeover Reduction University of Bristol &University of the Westof England, Bristol
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