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Monday, August 10, 2009

Lean Centre of Excellence



With Microsoft releasing, as of Aug. Lean Manufacturing Module for Dynamics AX 2009, and Dr. Scott Hamilton's new book coming out, I thought we could make August 'Lean Manufacturing' month. With this I hope to dive into what it means to implement and make use of Lean Manufacturing inside Dynamics AX 2009. What is the ROI, and try to find some success and failures, examine these and hope this will benefit all of us.

So the next step for making August 'Lean', is giving a formal introduction on this blog to the 'Lean Centre of Excellence'.

This is a portal created by Stephen Wilson, from eBECS, that is focus in and around Lean Manufacturing principles for Dynamics AX. This is a great site, that has a number of video's, information, white papers, etc.

I recommend signing up with the LCE, and going to the following video to get an idea about Lean and DAX.: Free Introductory Lean Master Class Training Video - Lean Manufacturing in Microsoft Dynamics AX

About this video.:
"This training video features eBECS Solutions Director and Microsoft Dynamics AX Lean Manufacturing original solution architect, Andrew Rumney. Andrew will guide you with an explanation of the lean concepts using practical demonstrations (pull and flow). The master class also includes a step by step Kanban demonstration, establishing a finished goods buffer and customer pull scenario."

I plan on moving forward through August with pointing out other resources from the LCE, including I have schedulled an interview with Andrew Rummey, the org. Architect of the now Microsoft Lean Manufacturing Module.

That's all for now, check back soon!




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