Cell Design

Work­ing in a flow allows us to con­tin­u­ous­ly trans­form inputs such as ideas, ener­gy, mate­ri­als, and mon­ey into prod­ucts and ser­vices valu­able for our cus­tomers. Learn the ben­e­fits of man­ag­ing cel­lu­lar work flow, com­mon bar­ri­ers to flow, and sup­port­ing sys­tems to achieve flow. Creating flow requires connecting processes, and linking them closely together. Learn the practical steps and principles that guide us through the study of our products, processes, equipment, materials and people, when designing a cell. 

Managing Cellular Workflow
Getting Started with Cell Design
How to Perform a P-Q Analysis for Cell Design
How to Create a Parts-Process Matrix for Cell Design
How Many Cells Do We Need?
How to Use a Process Capacity Table for Cell Design
When to Build Multiple Slower Cells
How to Arrange Equipment in a Cell
How to Select Equipment for a Cell
What Is Right-Sized Equipment?
How to Build Flexibility Into Cells
How to Set Equipment Spacing in a Cell
How to Design Cellular Workflow Around People
What Is a Yamazumi Chart?
How to Use a Yamazumi Chart
How to Calculate Crew Size for Standard Work
How to Move Materials In and Out of Cells
How to Practice Visual Management in a Cell
How Cells Change Cost Reporting
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