Mixed Model Demand Driven Flow Technology
January 9th – 12th, 2018
Join us for this exciting and immersive class in Demand Driven Flow Technology.
This is a public training class open to all companies interested in creating flow within their manufacturing operations with each delegate receiving a color workbook and lunch (Jan 9th – 12th). After satisfactorily completing this training program, each participant will also receive a Certificate of Completion.
Full details of the class, including the training curriculum, can be found below.
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The Mixed Model Design for Demand Driven Flow Technology training program is designed for manufacturing operations, manufacturing/industrial engineering, planning, materials and supply chain personnel responsible for designing, implementing and maintaining flow manufacturing within your, or your supplier’s, facilities. Designed by Thought Leaders with decades of manufacturing and supply chain experience, this fully interactive training program will dramatically expand your understanding of Lean Manufacturing.
This premium Demand Driven Flow Technology training program is a 3.5-day workshop that is specifically designed to combine in-depth knowledge of Mixed Model DDFT design with a series of hands-on simulated factory workshops and group projects that demonstrate why Flow Manufacturing is key to transforming a company into becoming Demand Driven. Furthermore, this class will provide you with the skills to begin transforming your company. We will deep-dive into the math and science of DDFT while sharing our experiences in the art of how to truly implement.
During each classroom session, we will introduce the specific DDFT tools required to implement Demand Driven Flow Technology in your manufacturing facility. These classroom sessions are followed by a series of simulated factory workshops and group exercises where you will be tasked with specific exercises to reinforce your understanding of the DDFT toolset and how to use each tool. Moreover, these exercises are designed to simulate each stage of an actual DDFT implementation.
The class will conclude with two activities to highlight the benefits of Demand Driven Flow Technology. The first of these will be a simulated factory workshop demonstrating how DDFT reduces lead time, reduces WIP inventories, improves productivity levels and quality. Then the final group activity is a DDFT implementation case study exercise to prepare an operational DDFT layout for a fictional factory using the tools and skills developed over the course of the training program.
Through participation in this Mixed Model Demand Driven Flow Technology training program, you will understand first-hand what Flow is and how your company, and ultimately the customer, will benefit from the implementation of manufacturing methodology, Demand Driven Flow Technology. This training program will provide you with a real and pragmatic process for converting your factory from forecast driven to Demand Driven, removing waste and delivering bottom-line results.
All of our Thought Leaders have been training individuals and companies from around the world in the use of DDFT and other Demand Driven methodologies for over 15 years. The content of this training program combined with their “real life” implementation experience provides you with the required know-how to transform your manufacturing facility.
Do you want to learn the secrets of DDFT Implementation?
Then this is the course for you!
DDFT as a Business Strategy
- Evolution of Business and the Supply Chain
- What is the DDFT Business Strategy
- The traditional approach
The Mixed Model Design Process
- Mixed Model Product Synchronizations
- Mixed Model Process Matrix with family definition tools
- Sequence of Events
- Effective Hours
- Demand at Capacity (Dc)
- Mixed Model Line Design Resource Calculations
- Optimizing TPc/t
Line Design Features
- Optional spur/feeder/fan line designs
- In-Process Kanban (IPK) sizing
- Advanced balancing techniques
- Operational Method Sheets
- Total Quality Control (TQC) practical tips for DDFT operations
Inventory Management in a Demand Driven World
- Material presentation considerations
- Kanban Replenishment strategy design to support consumption of materials on the DFT Flow Line
- Demand Driven supply chain methodology *
Daily Operation of the DDFT Line
- Daily planning and staffing of Mixed Model flow lines/cells
- Flow Rate and Linearity
Interactive Workshops & Case Studies
- Batch Production – Simulated Factory Exercise *
- Understanding Flow *
- DDFT Design Tools (4 group exercises)
- Operators & the Flow Environment *
- Flow Manufacturing – Simulated Factory Exercise *
- Operational Layout Case Study Exercise
* New Content
Preparation For Mixed Model Demand Driven Flow Technology Workshop
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Cancellation & Transfer Policy
Cancellation and refunds are possible up to 21 days prior to this training workshop, less $50 processing fee. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm the cancellation.
Inside the 21 days period prior to the training workshop, there is a No Refund policy. In such an event the customer can either accept a training credit for the next class or transfer to another colleague at no cost. If a colleague of the original delegate is attending we request all contact details are provided. Please contact email@example.com with full details.
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9th to 12th January, 2018
8 am – 5 pm each day, concluding at approximately 12 pm on 12th. We would advise flights should be booked to depart no earlier than 2:30 pm on 12th. Lunch is included 9th – 11th.
Hilton Austin Airport, 9515 Hotel Drive, Austin, Texas, 78719, USA. Tel: +1-512-385-6767
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