How to make a Makigami Analysis
5 Steps to a successful Makigami Process Improvement project
If you want to go fast, go slow…
… But do the right things!
The Makigami method is quite simple and easy to understand.
But you have to do it right.
Take your time and do NOT take any shortcuts.
Remember: Here you design the way you will work the next years!
Making a Makigami starts with 5 Steps:
Step 0: Preparation
Making a Makigami starts with some simple preparations. How to prepare…
Step 1: Analyze the Current State
Making a Makigami Current State Analysis will give the team a 360 degree insight about the current process. This will take a major portion of the analysis time. How to make a Current State Analysis…
Step 2: Make a Loss Analysis
Once the whole process is visualized, each activity and every minute- and resource used will be scrutinized: Does this really adds value or not? How to make a good Loss Analysis…
Step 3: Design the Future State
Designing a new process can be done surprisingly fast. The Current State is now really understood and the Loss Analysis has clarified what the real Value Adding activities are. How to make an optimal Future State…
Step 4: Make a 100 Days Implementation Plan
To keep momentum, immediately after designing the Future State, a plan for implementation is set up. How to make a 100 Days Plan…
More Steps to make it work...
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Makigami is more than just mapping
The difference between Makigami and Value Stream Maps?
Makigami is often just used as a process mapping method. In that sense it is far more structured than a normal Value Stream Map. But that is just base portion of the method!