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ACTLean presents the Lean 101 Never Ending Card Manufacturing Simulation and Demonstration
ACTLean is proud to introduce the Lean 101 Never Ending Card Manufacturing Simulation Game to clarify and visualize the effect of Lean Principle
By: Laura Lucas - Schuh-Group.com
The Never Ending Card Simulation demonstrates the benefits of pull production and production cells (lean manufacturing)
Simulation exercises to help manufacturing teams understand:
* The pros and cons of "push" vs, "pull" manufacturing systems
* The root cause of shop floor chaos and workplace stress
* The importance of line flow technology
* The power of sequential production and point-of-use logistics
* How to move from "firefighting"
* How to successfully implement a lean manufacturing initiative.
Our videos provide an easy to understand demonstration of the Never Ending Card Simulation in a fun and creative format. So easy, even a kid could do it.
ACTLean is now offering a FREE download for the Never Ending Card Simulation, which includes the PDF print out of the card and detailed set up instructions and result analysis. For complete details about the Never Ending Card Simulation Game and how to download the simulation and any of our demonstration videos, go to http://actlean.org/
ACTLean is Schuh & Company’s operational branch that teaches Lean thinking philosophies and techniques.
ACTLean offers Lean Management training and coaching for companies that want to begin the Lean Journey or need additional help. All experienced trainers of ACTLean are approved by SME as Lean Bronze Certification Review Facilitators. Find more information about ACTLean at: www.actlean.org
ACTLean believes in superior training that includes integrated practical and theoretical learning approaches. Therefore, ACTLean incorporates training of methods with simulations and learning factories. In addition, the company offers assessments that help you evaluate how far along you have come on your Lean Journey and support for designing the next steps.