VALUE STREAM MAPPING (VSM) BASIC TRAINING TO INCREASE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTIVITY
Value stream mapping (VSM) is one of the tools in Iean manufacturing that can be used to improve the efficiency of a company. VSM can describe material flow and information flow from upstream to downstream, from suppliers to consumers. VSM can be used to identify waste through sorting each activity into value-added or non-value-added activities. VSM training that begins with providing understanding of the concept of lean manufacturing is expected to increase the ability of workers to improve and enhance the performance of their companies. This training gives good results, seen from the results of discussions and presentations of each group in a given case study
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