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Uttana – 3P – Production, Preparation, Process
3P – Production, Preparation, Process
3P stands for Production, Preparation, Process. 3P’s goal is to transforms the way a business’s operations are designed. 3P creates Kaikaku (breakthrough change) inside your organization by being a guide large scale product and process development in coordination with Kaizen activity in day-to-day operations.
Course 1 – Introduction to 3P (3 Videos)
Course illustrates the benefits of the 3P method while explaining exactly what it is and how it is used. Covers what needs to be done prior to 3P deployment so everything runs smoothly.
- Video 1 – What is 3P
- Video 2 – Benefits of Using 3P
- Video 3 – Preparing for 3P Deployment
Course 2 – Comparing 3P to Other Methods (2 Videos)
What makes 3P different from Kaizen, and how do these to concepts support each other? This course answers these questions and shows the advantages that 3P bring in comparison to tradition process creation approaches.
- Video 1 – Comparing 3P to Kaizen
- Video 2 – Advantages Over Traditional Process Creation Styles
Course 3 – 16 Catch Phrases of 3P (7 Videos)
3P can be broken up into 16 concepts, often called catch phrases. This course covers each of these important parts individually to show how they fulfill the needs of a 3P program.
- Video 1 – 16 Catch Phrases
- Video 2 – People and Machines
- Video 3 – Flow
- Video 4 – SMED
- Video 2 – Jidoka
- Video 3 – Pull
- Video 4 – Simple & Effective Equipment
Course 4 – Phases of 3P (8 Videos)
While the methodology behind 3P is broken into the 16 catchphrases, the process is broken up into 7 phases. This course covers each phase step-by-step in sequence. This brings the concepts of the first 3 courses together to show how they all fit together.
- Video 1 – Preparing Scope
- Video 2 – Voice of the Customer
- Video 3 – Defining the Problem
- Video 4 – Creating 7 Alt. Designs
- Video 5 – Examples from Nature
- Video 6 – Selecting 3 Alt. Designs
- Video 7 – Modeling 3 Alternate Designs
- Video 8 – Selecting the Best Design
Number of videos – 20
Running length – 52:17