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Tronc Commun - MOD-M-MS-ProbSolAndAgi : Problem Solving And Agile Project Management

Descriptif

This module aims to put in perspective the value added of agile and continuous improvement methods and tools. As all company are implementing agile and continuous improvement initiatives and actions, it important to focus more in detailed on what is behind a continuous improvement or agile project.

Objectifs pédagogiques

  1. Understand the objectives and stakes of a continuous improvement project or agile step

Know where continuous improvement projects can be implemented, by who, with what means, resources, time needed. Understand the differences between project management and continuous improvement project management. Be able to identify results and leverages around company projects or action plans.

  1. Know the tools and methods of continuous improvement project and agile step

Most of the tools around continuous improvement project or agile step are simple but it is important to have a global understanding of those tools and moreover to be able to facilitate, apply, use those tools on your future job. Practical and easy to use, the tool box around continuous improvement is a must-have in a supply chain management position.

  1. Know the key principles of a successful continuous improvement project and agile project

Key factors will be the importance of Kaizen rule, the respect of the methodology, the importance of the approach in the global strategy of the enterprise. In the centre of the method, the importance of people, communication, bottom-up and top-down communication are necessary to the right implementation.

  1. Be able to facilitate a continuous improvement project or an agile project

As soon as the three first objectives are validated, the application around serious game, case studies will enable you to gain the ‘know-how’ of the methodology. Course discussion and debate around industrial examples will also be an important input to have a global overview of the key to facilitate your own continuous improvement project in the future.

15 heures en présentiel
réparties en:
  • Travail en Autonomie programmé à l'EDT : 15
  • Cours Magistraux : 15

Soit 50 heures de travail global estimé pour l’étudiant.

effectifs minimal / maximal:

15/40

Diplôme(s) concerné(s)

UE de rattachement

Pour les élèves du diplômeGestion mention Supply Chain And Lean Management

N/A

Pour les élèves du diplômeManagement of International Lean and Supply chain projects

N/A  

Format des notes

Numérique sur 20

Pour les élèves du diplômeGestion mention Supply Chain And Lean Management

Vos modalités d'acquisition :

Case studies

Individual Exam

Le rattrapage est autorisé (Max entre les deux notes écrêté à une note seuil)

    Le coefficient de l'enseignement est : 2

    Pour les élèves du diplômeManagement of International Lean and Supply chain projects

    Vos modalités d'acquisition :

    Case studies

    Individual Exam

    Le rattrapage est autorisé (Max entre les deux notes écrêté à une note seuil)

      Le coefficient de l'enseignement est : 2

      Programme détaillé

      Organisation

      • NFTF – 20/11/2015 – 3h
        • Group research on 4 methods : 8D, DMAIC, PDCA, A3

       Understand the method, the results, the different steps, the key success factors

      • FTF – 26/11/2015 – 6h
        • Introduction to continuous improvement
        • Continuous Improvement Management
        • Lean – quick introduction
        • Group presentation of the NFTF hours  8D, DMAI, PDCA, A3

       Debriefing of the different methods used and the different tools

      • Problem Solving Approach  PHASE 1 : “The problem”
        • Associated tools : multi-functional teams, WWWWWH, collecting data sheet, Pareto diagram, SMART objective, visual communication
        • Case study  define the problem, your objective as a team and create the communication board of your project
      • NFTF – 27/11/2015 – 3h
        • Part 1 : Group work on the case study
          • 5 why presentation
          • 5 why small exercise
          • 5 why applied to our case study
        • Part 2: Individual work This work will be marked
          • Use the AIRBUS Practical Problem Solving Form to solve a simple problem situation
          • Use your ‘critical’ sense to describe what are the advantages / drawbacks of this form
        • FTF – 10/12/2015 – 3h
          • Problem Solving Approach  PHASE 2 : “The causes”
            • Debriefing of the root causes found during the NFTF session
            • Case study  use the brainstorming and Ishikawa diagram to find the real root causes. Update your communication board as well.
          • NFTF – 11/12/2015 – 3h
            • Group research on 4 methods : QRQC, Triz, Is-Is not analysis / Shainin

       Understand the method, the results, the different steps, the key success factors

       Understand the value added of this tool compared to the tools that we already seen

      • FTF – 17/12/2015 – 3h
        • Group presentation of the research did during the NFTF hours

       Debriefing of the different methods used and the different tools

      • Problem Solving Approach  PHASE 3 : “The solutions”
        • Associated tools : weighted vote, priority matrix, action plan
        • Case study  define the solutions you want to implement using the tools described and create your action plan. Update your communication board as well.
      • Problem Solving Approach  PHASE 4 : “Application”
        • Associated tools : the standard
        • Serious Game : The plank game.

       Understand the importance of the standardization of the work.

      • NFTF – 18/12/2015 – 6h
        • Group exam : complete 8D problem solving with implementation of all the tools we have seen during the class.
      • FTF – 06/01/2015 – 3h
        • Group presentation of their 8D solving This work will be marked

       Simulation as a real project presentation in a company  present the results of your 6 month of work.

      • Exchange and conclusion around the continuous improvement project

      Mots clés

      Problem Solving, Agile Project Management, SCRUM, 8D

      Méthodes pédagogiques

      Face-to-Face sessions, Non Face-to-Face sessions, Exercices, Use Cases
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