Value Stream Modeling with eVSM

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By value stream modeling through eVSM software, companies gain the ability to analyze their main value streams, and work visually and collaboratively with staff, suppliers, and customers to improve.  This can lead to improved capacity, better resource utilization, reduced lead times, and better business relationships.

Value stream modeling can solve many problems companies encounter from their value streams, such as:

  • Lack of clarity in the business purpose for the map
  • Confusion about what data needs to be collected
  • Lack of consensus on what variables and calculations are appropriate
  • Difficulty in seeing the waste from the map
  • Difficulty in prioritizing improvements

This event will demonstrate eVSM software's ability to:

  • Collect 20+ data elements
  • Perform “what if” scenarios to determine ROI on changes
  • Quickly estimate process costs for shared work centers
  • Look at parallel processes
  • Model multiple parts and processes simultaneously
  • Quickly export VSM to Excel for Charting
  • Convert your VSM into Standard Work
  • Make your VSM a living document for management and quality systems 

Appropriate For

Continuous improvement professionals, lean coordinators, value stream managers, Black Belts, Master Black Belts, process improvement managers, change agents, production control, quality control, inventory control, directors, vice presidents, others involved in process improvement.

*Recommended experience and/or knowledge of Value Stream Mapping.

You Will Learn

How to capture and analyze the VSM to transform into an analytical tool. 


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