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Session
The Future of Lean Thinking and Practice
Time:
Monday, 06/Sept/2021:
11:00am - 1:00pm

Session Chair: Daryl Powell
Virtual location: Monday Room 7


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ID: 361 / TFL-01: 1
Special track: The Future of Lean Thinking and Practice
Keywords: Lean Business Model, Company Economic Performance, Lean Operations, Lean Product and Process Development

Towards an Economic Theory of Lean

Eivind Reke1, Daryl Powell2, Kodo Yokozawa3

1Sintef Manufacturing, Norway; 2Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; 3Yokohama National University, Japan



ID: 362 / TFL-01: 2
Special track: The Future of Lean Thinking and Practice
Keywords: Job Enrichment, Job Enlargement, Lean manufacturing, Industry 4.0

Reshaping the concepts of Job Enrichment and Job Enlargement: the impacts of Lean and Industry 4.0

Alexandra Lagorio, Chiara Cimini, Paolo Gaiardelli

University of Bergamo, Italy



ID: 393 / TFL-01: 3
Special track: The Future of Lean Thinking and Practice
Keywords: Extended value stream mapping, Value uncaptured, Value opportunities, Circular Economy

Realizing value opportunities for a Circular Economy: Integrating Extended Value Stream Mapping and Value Uncaptured Framework

Nina Pereira Kvadsheim1, Bella B Nujen2, Daryl Powell3, Eivind Reke3

1Møreforsking AS, Norway; 2Faculty of International Business, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; 3SINTEF Manufacturing, Norway



ID: 288 / TFL-01: 4
Special track: The Future of Lean Thinking and Practice
Keywords: shifting bottleneck detection, active period method, load balancing, throughput bottlenecks, production system

An Enhanced Data-Driven Algorithm for Shifting Bottleneck Detection

Christoph Roser1, Mukund Subramaniyan2, Anders Skoogh2, Björn Johansson2

1Karlsruhe University of Applied Science, Germany; 2Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg 41296, Sweden



ID: 104 / TFL-01: 5
Regular Paper Submission
Keywords: Lean Thinking, Shipbuilding Industry, PBL, Industry-University partnership

More checks for less waste in the lamination process of a shipbuilding company pursuing Lean Thinking

Inês Freitas, Isabelle Leão, João Eduardo Marinho, Leonor Pacheco, Margarida Gonçalves, Maria João Castro, Pedro Duarte Silva, Rafael Moreira, Anabela Alves

University of Minho, Portugal