AME Cincinnati 2015 International Conference Oct 19-23

 
Practitioner Presentations
 
Learning directly from your peers who have lived through real-world experiences is the most powerful way to increase your knowledge. Learn how others have successfully applied lean thinking and continuous improvement initiatives to their organizations. Here are the 54 value stream presentations.
 
All conference activities and sessions take place at the Duke Energy Convention Center (DECC).
 
The six value streams
VS1
Engaged People
VS2
Systematic Daily Improvement
VS3
Innovation
VS4
Extended Enterprise
VS5
Sustainability
VS6
Achieving Business Results
Grid ViewList View

  A

VS2 - Systematic Daily Improvement
VS2 - Systematic Daily Improvement
VS3 - Innovation
VS6 - Achieving Business Results
VS4 - Extended Enterprise

  B

VS2 - Systematic Daily Improvement
VS4 - Extended Enterprise
Details
Bosch Automotive Steering/LeanCor Supply Chain
VS1 - Engaged People

  C

VS5 - Sustainability
VS3 - Innovation
VS1 - Engaged People
Details
Climax Portable Machining & Welding Systems

  D

VS6 - Achieving Business Results
Details
Daman Products Company, Inc.
VS4 - Extended Enterprise
VS6 - Achieving Business Results
Details
DePuy-Synthes Companies of Johnson & Johnson
VS3 - Innovation
VS4 - Extended Enterprise

  E

VS4 - Extended Enterprise

  F

VS6 - Achieving Business Results

  G

VS6 - Achieving Business Results
VS3 - Innovation
VS6 - Achieving Business Results

  H

VS1 - Engaged People
Details
HII-NNS (Newport News Shipbuilding)

  I

VS2 - Systematic Daily Improvement

  J

VS5 - Sustainability
VS2 - Systematic Daily Improvement
Details
Johnsonville Sausage
Steve Sorenson

  L

VS6 - Achieving Business Results
VS2 - Systematic Daily Improvement

  M

VS1 - Engaged People

  N

VS4 - Extended Enterprise

  O

VS2 - Systematic Daily Improvement

  P

VS5 - Sustainability
VS4 - Extended Enterprise

  R

  S

VS3 - Innovation
VS2 - Systematic Daily Improvement
VS6 - Achieving Business Results

  T

VS6 - Achieving Business Results
VS1 - Engaged People
VS1 - Engaged People

  V

VS3 - Innovation

  W

VS5 - Sustainability
Details
Western Excelsior Corporation
Company Title Comprehension Info
  A
A-dec Engaged employees = greater success
Intermediate level
Advanced level
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A. J. Oster Managing for daily improvement
Beginner level
view
Accuride Corporation Driving a quality/lean steering committee
Intermediate level
view
Alcon Labs Lean, team-based medical device manufacturing
Intermediate level
view
AME / NNS Closing the extended enterprise skills gap
Beginner level
Intermediate level
view
  B
Beekley Corporation It’s the little things making a big difference!
Beginner level
view
Bosch Automotive Steering Value stream transformation using theory of constraints (TOC)
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Bosch Automotive Steering/LeanCor Supply Chain Creating a lean fulfillment stream to meet growing demand
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Bronson Healthcare System Develop lean capabilities through repeated learning cycles
Intermediate level
view
  C
Canadian Pacific Railways The ABCs of creating lean leaders
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Carl Zeiss Microscopy Limited Punching through the barriers in new product development
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Cleveland Clinic What matters most? Integrating and sustaining a culture of improvement
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Cleveland Clinic A pivot in creating an improvement culture
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Climax Portable Machining & Welding Systems How a community campus solves the workforce shortage
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Crown Equipment Corporation Strategies to achieve the next level in environmental health and safety
Intermediate level
view
Crown Equipment Corporation Lean processes and employee involvement: core of innovative manufacturing
Beginner level
Intermediate level
view
  D
Daman Products Company, Inc. Metrics can be lean too
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Dean Foods Engaging leadership in an enterprise system
Intermediate level
view
DePuy-Synthes Companies of Johnson & Johnson Deploying the complete lean daily management system
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
DJO Global, Inc. The seeds of innovation
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Duha Group Dynamic value stream transformation
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
  E
Electri-Cable Assemblies Building a culture of innovation: seize the opportunity
Intermediate level
view
Empire Comfort Systems Sales growth through lean learning
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
  F
FedEx Office Navigating the lean road trip
Beginner level
view
  G
General Cable Corporation How to engage your employees with visual systems
Intermediate level
view
Goodyear Lean-driven innovation
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Grange Insurance Under the covers: engaging knowledge workers in improvements
Beginner level
view
  H
HII-NNS (Newport News Shipbuilding) Will they tell you what they know?
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
  I
Ingersoll Rand Applying a lean transformational approach to a transactional process
Beginner level
Intermediate level
view
Intermountain Healthcare Corporation Creating a culture where improving the work is the work
Intermediate level
view
  J
Johnson & Johnson The key to achieving and sustaining excellence
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Johnsonville Sausage Step change improvements
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
  L
Leupold & Stevens Developing an organization’s ability to achieve big challenges
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Lonza Error prevention: a great lean partner
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
  M
Menlo Innovations Build a workplace people love - just add joy
Beginner level
Intermediate level
view
  N
Neptune Technology Group How to implement an enterprise-wide lean system in two years
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
NovAtel Inc. Competitive advantage by creating and sustaining a lean culture
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
  O
OEM Remanufacturing Practical application of lean strategy: prescribe or subscribe?
Beginner level
view
  P
Perfetti Van Melle Energy management for sustainability
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
Procter & Gamble Expanding lean into the vertical
Intermediate level
view
  R
Rockwell Automation Continuous improvement needs continuous improvement
Intermediate level
view
  S
S&C Electric Company Kit-by-kit pull for flexible manufacturing
Intermediate level
view
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Lean evolution: a new clinical model of care
Beginner level
Intermediate level
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Shell Oil Value delivery across customer-facing processes
Intermediate level
Advanced level
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Southwick Apparel Apparel manufacturing in the U.S.A: cultural and technological journey
Beginner level
view
Stanford Children's Health The secrets of success for developing lean leaders
Beginner level
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Sur-Seal People are not afraid of change, only uncertainty
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
  T
The Gem Group / Gemline Create a highly-interactive idea generation system
Beginner level
Intermediate level
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The Ohio State University Build leadership capability, engage medical center teams
Beginner level
view
The Safariland Group How engaged people save lives for a living
Intermediate level
view
  V
Ventana Medical Systems, Inc. Employee engagement through lean-driven innovation
Advanced level
view
Virginia Mason Don't panic! Improve quality and environmental performance
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view
  W
Western Excelsior Corporation Do tools really matter?
Beginner level
Intermediate level
Advanced level
view