Improving Product Manufacturing Processes

44:32Recorded on 10 June 2016 at TU Eindhoven

Giancarlo Lepore(Zimmer Biomet, Switzerland)

As a business analyst in Zimmer Biomet’s operational intelligence team, Giancarlo has introduced process mining to analyze the material flow in their production process.

Synopsis

Giancarlo Lepore works at Zimmer Biomet, Switzerland. Zimmer Biomet produces orthopedic products (for example, hip replacements) and one of the challenges is that each of the products has many variations that require customizations in the production process.

Giancarlo is a business analyst in Zimmer Biomet’s operational intelligence team. He has introduced process mining to analyze the material flow in their production process.

He explains why it is difficult to analyze the production process with traditional lean six sigma tools, such as spaghetti diagrams and value stream mapping. He compares process mining to these traditional process analysis methods and also shows how they were able to resolve data quality problems in their master data management in the ERP system.

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