Determining solutions for those GAPs

â–  Identifying benefits and process performance measurements

Early in the Lean Performance Improvement phase, the project manager will issue the Process Standards documentation templates. Be sure to incorporate the columns and headings illustrated in Figures 11.1 and 11.2.

During the Lean Performance Improvement phase, the project manager should occasionally review the Process Listing and Sequence to remove processes eliminated, to identify and include new or missing processes, and to resolve the differences in terminology of the process identifications.

During the Lean Performance team training, the teams should complete several project tasks. One task is to identify vendor software classes to be conducted and rosters of attendees from the Process Listing and Sequence identification of process experts and customers. Schedule the on-site software classes to follow the process requirements definition, when the process value-added whats are fully recognized and understood. Schedule information team hardware and software training for attendance prior to experts' other team members, if at all possible. Development of company software expertise is critical to answering the process owners' questions about software support for their processes. The more that is available, the better.

The Lean Performance project manager and the training coordinator should schedule appropriate software education for all Lean Performance teams based on the requirements of their respective processes. A review of the process identifications should provide some insight. Final decisions on attendee rosters can be delayed until the process requirements are understood and documented. Process owners should attend software training with the process requirements portion completed on process workflow standards and should use the classes to begin to complete their decisions and documentation.

An education and training plan should then be developed that incorporates the initial software and hardware competency training into a longer-term plan. The education and training plan is developed by the training coordinator and is

PROCESS WORK FLOW DIAGRAM

PROCESS NAME:

SITE CODE:

INDEX NUMBER:

PROCESS DESCRIPTION:

OWNER:

CUSTOMER:

PAGE NUMBER: 1 OF 1

REVISION LEVEL:

DATE ISSUED:

DATE REVISED:

DATE PRINTED: 5/3/2007

INPUT

PROCESS

OUTPUT

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