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In this video, you will learn how to use your Standard Work and Yamazumi templates for Work Load Balancing, Value Add Analysis, and Changeover Analysis
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Optionally move or copy it
Optionally display fewer operators
Copy only rows that happen every Run Cycle, then Paste Special > Values
Time-saving Tip: Filter for Frequency code of either blank or Run,
and then use Copy Visible Cells
Or if you used Frequency codes for Product Mix, then follow these special instructions.
How to use your Yamazumi Chart template for greater visibility of Work Elements, and faster brainstorming to quickly rearrange and assess the impacts of "what if" improvement ideas
Value Add codes:
Value Add, Non-Value Add, Walk, Wait, Waste
For unlimited user-defined VA codes, leave the VA column blank, (which will show as "???" on the pie chart), then choose your codes from the 'Cat' field
to Filter Category codes that you can optionally define on the DV sheet.
Most commonly used for filtering for
Work Elements related to Changeovers.
Unhide and/or copy unlimited user-defined columns.
Instead, copy a similar blank row
using Insert Copied Cells or Shift Down and Copy.
And move entire rows
using Move Cut Cells or Shift Down and Move.
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For Closed Captions translated into any language,
watch this YouTube version of this same Standard Work Load Balancing video
and Value Add Analysis