Link Theory To Practice provides funny, playful and practical games dedicated to learn Lean Six Sigma, 5S or SMED. Designed to involve learners, all games are process simulators and/or automated DIY machines. Learners are immersed in industrial conditions in a virtual company and their mission is to improve process. For each steps, link theory to practice through specific exercises.
Initially developed for its own use, Link Theory To Practice also help organizations with its free Lean templates: Root Causes Analysis, 5_WHY’s, Yamazumi, Matrix X-Y, R&R collect data…
Simulator: the easy way to practice
When a process simulator is developed on Excel for applying the whole DMAIC approach, it is now easy and fast to modify parameters and collect data as Historical data, PARETO, Sampling, Graphics, R&R gage, Correlation/Regression, Design Of Experiments and Control Charts. Process simulation comes from DIY Model section.
Follow roadmap DMAIC and solve one by one the 15 associated exercises. Available documents and cheatsheets: User Guide, Introduction, Business Case, VOC-CTQ, Process Map, SIPOC, FMEA, Matrix X-Y and SPC.
Free games and templates are also available: 5S Game, Root Cause Analysis, Yamazumi, R&R Collect Data, Pmap, Matrix X-Y, Skills Matrix, Hoshin and KPI.
Free games and templates are also available:
- 5S Game
- Root Cause Analysis
- R&R Collect Data
- Matrix X-Y
- Skills Matrix
When an automated Lego model is developed for applying the whole DMAIC approach. Buy Lego parts and build it step by step following instructions. Install the EV3 program, modify parameters (Inputs) and run it to observe behavior of the model and/or collect data.
Follow the DMAIC roadmap and solve one by one the 15 associated exercises. Available documents: User Guide, Introduction, Business Case, VOC-CTQ, Process Map, SIPOC, FMEA, Matrix X-Y and SPC.
Other models exist for SMED and R&R exercises