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Reducing Process Costs with Lean, Six Sigma, and Value Engineering Techniques by Jon M. Quigley, Kim H. Pries

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CHAPTER 9 – Saving Money with Lean Manufacturing
I. Rubric for Lean Manufacturing
Criteria Level
1
(50–
59%)
Level
2
(60–
69%)
Level
3
(70–
79%)
Level
4
(80–
100%)
Analyze and ex-
plain autonomation
(jidoka)f
Analyzes and ex-
plains autonomation
with limited knowl-
edge and under-
standing
Analyzes and ex-
plains autonomation
with some knowl-
edge and under-
standing
Analyzes and ex-
plains autonomation
with considerable
knowledge and
understanding
Analyzes and ex-
plains autonomation
with excellent
knowledge and
understanding
Analyze standard
work
Analysis of standard
work in terms
of functionality
demonstrates limited
understanding
Analysis of standard
work in terms
of functionality
demonstrates some
understanding
Analysis of standard
work in terms of
functionality demon-
strates considerable
understanding
Analysis of standard
work in terms of
functionality dem-
onstrates thorough
understanding
Apply the kanban
method
Applies the kanban
method with limited
effectiveness
Applies the kanban
method with some
effectiveness
Applies the kanban
method with consid-
erable effectiveness
Applies the kanban
method with a high
degree of effective-
ness
Apply the waste
identicationand
removal approach
to their enterprise
Applies the waste
identication and
removal approach to
their enterprise with
limited effectiveness
Applies the waste
identication and
removal approach to
their enterprise with
some effectiveness
Applies the waste
identication and
removal approach
to their enterprise
with considerable
effectiveness
Applies the waste
identication and
removal approach to
their enterprise with
a high degree of
effectiveness
Choose suitable
materials and
processes
Chooses suitable
materials and pro-
cesses with limited
effectiveness
Chooses suitable
materials and
processes with some
effectiveness
Chooses suitable
materials and pro-
cesses with consid-
erable effectiveness
Chooses suitable
materials and pro-
cesses with a high
degree of effective-
ness
Choose the most
appropriate pro-
duction method by
conducting a test
run
Rarely chooses the
most appropriate
production method
by conducting a
test run
Sometimes chooses
the most appropriate
production method
by conducting a
test run
Often chooses the
most appropriate
production method
by conducting a
test run
Always or almost
always chooses the
most appropriate
production method
by conducting a
test run
Communicate
information clearly
with a visual fac-
tory
Creates a visual
factory with limited
clarity
Creates a visual
factory with some
clarity
Creates a visual fac-
tory with consider-
able clarity
Creates a visual
factory with a high
degree of clarity
Implement Total
productive mainte-
nance (TPM)
Total productive
maintenance demon-
strating limited use
of technology
Total productive
maintenance demon-
strating some use of
technology
Total productive
maintenance demon-
strating considerable
use of technology
Total productive
maintenance demon-
strating expert use of
technology
Conduct pilot runs,
analyze results, and
modify as needed
Conducts pilot runs,
analyzes results, and
modies as needed
with limited effec-
tiveness
Conducts pilot runs,
analyzes results, and
modies as needed
with some effective-
ness
Conducts pilot runs,
analyzes results, and
modies as needed
with considerable
effectiveness
Conducts pilot runs,
analyzes results, and
modies as needed
with a high degree
of effectiveness

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