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ADVANCED MANUFACTURING EXPLAINED: The Intersection of Lean Standard Work and Industry 4.0 Webinar
January 20 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
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- Handout: ADVANCED MANUFACTURING EXPLAINED: The Intersection of Lean Standard Work and Industry 4.0
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Standard Work is the “tried-and-true” Lean practice of maximizing performance, with minimum waste, through the best combination of people, processes, technology, and tools.
And speaking of “technology”, Industry 4.0 is known to as the fourth industrial revolution and at its most foundational level is the connectivity / inter-connectivity of machines, devices, and systems. So how does a “tried-and-true” practice and the latest craze with I4.0 advancements complement each other?
In an interactive session on IMEC’s ADVANCE WITH AUTOMATION webinar series on January 20, IMEC Technical Specialist Jim Floyd will explore how these two innovative approaches to achieving performance excellence work quite well together and facilitate the group’s sharing of best practices and questions regarding Standard Work and I4.0 working together – the Intersection of Lean Standard Work and Industry 4.0.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Jim has over 20 years of experience leading sustaining, enterprise-wide Lean transformations and continuous process improvements – both domestically and internationally, in manufacturing (discrete, process, and FDA regulated), consumer product, and service industries. Jim holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a Master of Education from the University of St. Francis. As a Lean continuous improvement leader, Lean master black belt, process improvement engineer, and professional educator, Jim leads enterprise-wide Lean continuous improvement transformations, creating a unified culture of ownership and accountability, deploying strategic business plans, and achieving measurable break-through outcomes.
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