Each process mapping activity is conducted through a series of Kaizen events in order to identify the current state process, design the future state and identify the gap between the two.
Kaizen events are short, intense working sessions which bring together a team of key stakeholders with a specific aim to deliver process improvements.
Facilitated by 20Fifty Partners, the key stakeholders meet as a group for three key blocks of work:
To establish an “current state” map of the process identified.
Establish an “future state” map of the process that will enable the changes required to improve the process.
Develop a gap analysis that will identify the actions required to get from the “as is” current state to the “ideal” future state.
Our Process Mapping events are run by Lean experts who have extensive industry experience in leading Lean Process Improvement Projects
Process Understanding with Tangible Results
Through uncovering the real root causes of process variation and waste, real tangible benefits are realised and sustained
Lean Process Mapping uses tried and tested tools from the Lean Toolkit, ensuring a standardised approach to process mapping