Welcome to the War Room, where productive team members understand their jobs, know how to measure their work, and work together to improve. In this course, you’ll practice using tools to increase productivity and reduce employee turnover in the War Room of the virtual company Kardboard R Us and on the real host plant floor.
Participants will work together, with the goal of cutting setup times by 65%. All of the tools in the War Room will be used to ensure lasting success. Real-time learning will include a setup reduction process with a host plant crew.
You Will Take Home Tools That Involve Crews In:
- Benchmark your machine
- Measurement of Key Performance Indicators
- Solving and preventing problems
- Build buy-in so they act like they own the place
Tools for Buy-in:
Tools to Measure Progress:
- Key performance indicators
- Overall Equipment Effectiveness
Tools to Improve the Process, Find & Eliminate Problems:
- Fishbone Diagram
- TIMWOOD waste reduction
- Lessons Learned
During the seminar, participants prepare an action plan for the application of best practices in their home plants. After the seminar, participants are part of an online meeting to check progress and offer coaching for increased implementation success.
Who Should Attend:
- Leaders in Training
- Production Leaders/Managers
Atlas Container | 8140 Telegraph Road | Severn, MD 21144-3204
Atlas Container is a manufacturer of corrugated packaging and display products. They deliver with their own trucks and run their own manufacturing equipment, so customers are buying directly from the source with no middle man.They have several printing machines to customize any packaging needs. They also have two state-of-the art, design and testing departments that can create or re-engineer packaging prototypes.
Towne Place (Marriott Property)
7021 Arundel Mills Circle | Hanover, MD 21070 | (410) 379-9000
Group Rate: $139 (Group Code: AICC) Hotel Cut Off Date: February 1, 2019
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Should You Attend Both or Just One Production Seminar?
We are offering these two courses together to give you the opportunity to expand your knowledge quickly and at less expense, however, each course was developed to stand alone. You don't need to attend one course in order to participate in the other. Attending both will grow you as a Leader and then go more in-depth in to the tools and practices you need to begin measuring your machines production, creating benchmarks and tracking improvements and creating not only production success but financial success as well.
- Production Leadership ONLY $1295 (first person) $795 (additional people)
- Production Measurement ONLY $1295 (first person) $795 (additional people)
- Both Courses (Production Leadership & Production Measurement) $1895
- Production Leadership ONLY $2000
- Production Measurement ONLY $2000
- Both Courses (Production Leadership & Production Measurement) $4000
Scott Ellis EdD, Working Well LLC
Dr. Ellis is a leadership and process improvement specialist who serves on AICC’s faculty to assist in building Packaging School curriculum. Scott has served as a resource for development of individuals, teams, and organizations as a consultant, teacher, psychotherapist, coach, and general manager in the packaging industry for two decades. His pragmatic approach is focused on making it easy to do the right things right.
Thursday, February 14, 2019
8:00AM Welcome, Introduction, and Boss Mandate
9:15AM Tour of host facility
10:00AM Measurement at host and participant plants. Where does it hurt?
10:45AM Project Planning; What do we need to succeed?
11:00AM Diagnosis #1; Getting accurate production data
1:00PM Diagnosis #2; Overall Equipment Effectiveness calculation (Review a month of host plant data by shift)
1:45PM Diagnosis #3; Waste Identification TIMWOOD
2:15PM Machine observation: TIMWOOD and live OEE data gathering
3:00PM Fill TIMWOOD & Prioritize, calculate of OEE and report out
-Identify top three issues
3:30PM A3 planning & reporting
3:45PM Complete A3 Plans for top three issues
6:00PM Reception at Hotel
Friday, February 15th, 2019
8:00AM Check progress and yeahbuts
8:20AM Team Charter; build one for each A3 project
9:20AM Key Performance Indicators; for crew and suppliers
9:55AM Visual Workplace Essentials for changeover
10:40AM Plan to reduce changeover time (and other time wasters)
12:15PM Review changeover game footage with crew. Spaghetti Diagrams and TIMWOOD. Capture activities and times required for each.
1:00PM Assess current state (is this typical duration and activity?)
1:15PM Find waste and prioritize actions
1:45PM Level the time for all duties; plan the future state
2:15PM Build an action plan for training and tools required to achieve future state
2:30PM Draft SOP for each crew member
3:00PM Place shapes and numbers on machine for draft procedure.
3:30PM A3 Project planning and report