1. VSM (Value Stream Mapping): One of the Lean methodology in order to analyze the current state of design current and future state of the process from start to finish of the products / services through demand customer.
2. Monitoring the flow value: Infrastructure Analysis of the business to identify unnecessary work and to remove excess.
3. Lean Thinking: Develop thinking maximize customer value while minimizing waste with fewer resources. Or in other words: Construction of thinking to do right from the beginning.
4. Tools strangling hazard identification Profit: Identify and remove waste are strangling profits in the business.
5. 6 Sigma: A method based on the data and calculate the standard deviation to address and eliminate the defects in order to stabilize quality.
6. VOC (Voice of Customer): Tool to help understand the wants and needs of customers. It includes the steps of qualitative research and quantitative. From the beginning of any new product, process, or service initiative designed to better understand the wants and needs of customers.
7. SIPOC: Tool to determine the business value chain. Thereby know the department / operation there create added value for customers to develop and improve. Reduced resources for those parts / processes do not create added value for our customers and also unimportant. Application in superstructure analysis of the business.
8. 5S: Tools to help organize a work space efficiency and quality by identifying, storing, maintaining order tools, utensils, tools, papers, ... .It was a tool to change the perception and the initial foundation for building improvement program.
9. Visual Management: Tools applied aimed at conveying information using signals, colors, images instead of text or other instructions. When that information is communicated quickly, efficiently and clearly.
10. Kaizen: Lean Tools for continuous improvement in quality, technology, processes, productivity, safety, and workplace culture. Kaizen focuses on the application of these small changes, but every day brings big results over time.
11. Flowchart: Diagram to show the steps in a task, process. It provides a common language when more people work together in a task, process.
12. 5 Whys: A common tool used in solving simple problems by asking about 5 times the question why.
13. Fishbone Diagram: A common tool used in solving complex problems and identify root causes through the elements 5M1E (Man: Humans; Materia: Raw materials or weak inputs, method: method; Measure: Measure; Machine: Machinery and equipment; Environment: Environment). Be used flexibly in all sectors: manufacturing, services, trade, distribution, ...
14. Pareto Charts: Method application 80/20 principle in setting priorities and selection of key tasks to solve.
15. Distributed Graph: Method to find the relationship between the two factors to solve business problems.
16. JIT - Just In Time: Tools to help businesses manage and optimize inventory levels increase to meet the needs of customers. In addition, it is the method of production according to customer requirements in order to eliminate waste in business.
17. Kanban: Tools in warehouse management applications or optimize work arrangements. Helps increase inventory turnover and reduce costs now unnecessary.
18. POKA- YOKE: Tool prevent errors to eliminate the errors arising caused by humans.
19. 101 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Provide the tools, methods and lessons learned to help manage the elements in a project optimization: The cost, quality, schedule, resources, risks ...
20. CTQ (Critical to Quality): A method to help businesses know the technical characteristics of the business or language after language conversion of the customer (VOC). Thereby to help optimize product / service for businesses.