Manufacturing Improvement

44:51Recorded on 15 June 2015 at TU Eindhoven

Joris Keizers(Veco, Netherlands)

Joris demonstrates how process mining has helped to cut the lead time of their core production process in half by unlocking relevant process knowledge of key employees who have less of a feeling for statistical methods.

Synopsis

Many of the processes that are currently analyzed with process mining are from the services area. But production processes can be analyzed as well. In fact, the Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma movements that are so commonly used as a process improvement methodology today have originally emerged from the improvement of manufacturing processes.

Veco is a precision metal manufacturer. With more than 15 years of experience in supply chain management, Joris Keizers is the operations manager and Six Sigma expert at Veco. He has used Minitab to statistically analyze the processes and drive improvements. When he discovered process mining, he found that process mining can leverage the human process knowledge in a powerful way that classical Six Sigma analyses can’t.

Joris shows us a side-by-side comparison based on a concrete example of a Six Sigma and a Process Mining analysis and explains the differences, benefits, and synergies.

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