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Optimization of empty packaging flow in automotive
Feshyna, Olga ; Jirsák, Petr (advisor) ; Martínez, Felipe (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on the optimization of the empty packaging flow in automotive. The aim of the thesis is to optimize empty packaging flow in warehouse area and to analyze the possibility of implementation a scanning system and an electronic document for communication with suppliers. The first part explains the theoretical background, presents the automotive industry and current market trends. Then follows a brief introduction of TPCA, where the work was created. The theoretical part presents the concept of lean management, its main tools and components, illustrated on concrete examples of TPCA. The theoretical knowledge follows the practical part. The diploma thesis project focuses on the optimization of empty packaging flow and the implementation of a scanning system for loading. Firstly, application part presents the inbound logistics paths and the entire flow of material, after there is deeper analyze and optimization of the empty packaging and loading process itself. The final section compares the baseline and current states.
Complaint handling process optimization of the chosen enterprise
Dolní, Jan ; Jirsák, Petr (advisor) ; Martínez, Felipe (referee)
This Master's thesis is focused on complaint handling process in the chosen enterprise. The main goal of this thesis is optimization of the chosen customers' complaints using the appropriate Six Sigma methods. In the theoretical part the reverse logistics and its importance are described then Lean enterprise concepts and methods, which are used for the complaint handling process optimization, are explained. The first part of the practical part introduces the enterprise and its logistics and complaint handling process. The rest of the thesis contains the complaint handling process optimization using the DMAIC method.
Lean Start Up for product SweetBox
Zhavoronkova, Anna ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Andera, Michal (referee)
This Bachelors Thesis (BT) aims to purpose a guide for the continuous development of the product SweetBox, applying Lean StartUp approach and Operations Management tools. The motivation of this BT development of a start up company, with little investments and resources in possession. To fulfil the aim, a guide for Lean StartUp development is constructed. This BT is built upon usage of Lean StartUp cycle methodology, through preparation of hypothesis and cycles. Each cycle has hypothesis and knowledge to help create and alter the product. By iteration, after three cycles, a primary guide is proposed. This BT evidences the viability of Lean StartUp model. The obtained knowledge facilitates the presentation of the final product version. Interviewers were successfully transformed from non-buyers to buyers and eventual sales figures stabilized. The methodology is recent, introduced in 2011 year. This kind of method for company and product development was originated and mainly applied in Information Technology firms. The BT contributes to the body of knowledge, evidencing that the methodology works and feasible to apply. This BT demonstrates the application of this method in the product producing companies.
Applying Lean in Hypermarkets
Bobrytskyy, Serhiy ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Jirsák, Petr (referee)
This Bachelor Thesis focuses on the determinants of hypermarkets and areas for lean and operational management application. The goal of the thesis is to determine the applicability of lean and operational management tools in hypermarkets. The method of the analyses is the critical case study using the deductive approach. The theoretical part explains the main factors forming hypermarket and the main lean tools which can be applied for this topic. The practical part includes the different analyses of the observed hypermarket and the possible ways to improve the current situation there, using the lean management. The output of the thesis is the project for improvement, which can be used for the real-life application.
Designing the operation of a Vape Bar
Sultanzade, Teymur ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Jirsák, Petr (referee)
This bachelor thesis aims to propose the design of the operation for a Vape Bar using operation management tools. Moreover, this BT provides first standards for operations of a Vape bar business in Prague. In the first chapter, Vape economy and its importance around the world is presented. This shows that its potentials are growing constantly and that the absence of such a business in Prague is an opportunity. The thesis then adheres the methodology of the process design framework, where it describes the importance and concepts of operation management tools. Finally, these methodologies are applied to design the operations in a Vape bar. First, the SIPOC tool is used to get a simple scope and the objectives of the operations before the work starts. Then, each point of the process design framework is designed and elaborated in detail in each following chapter. At the end, again the SIPOC tool is used to summarize the relevant information from previous chapters and to show the operation design proposal. As the results, the methodology is applied and the following findings yield to the conclusion that the first standardized projections of operation in a Vape bar constructed. This thesis is expected to be used as the general standards for operations in a Vape bar, thus making a small contribution to better controlling and management processes while running this business.
Industry 4.0 - Readiness of engineering companies
Badidová, Eva ; Lorenc, Miroslav (advisor) ; Martínez, Felipe (referee)
The thesis determines development and current interpretation of term Industry 4.0. Which components of the concept Industry 4.0 consists of. Such as cyber-physical system, the internet of Things and services and Smart factory. It describes the state concept of Slovak Republic - Priemysel 4.0 as well as the current situation of the country. It defines the summary of the changes that are not just industry wise but also the society is heading to. Subsequently is elaborated SWOT analysis, which includes the strengths and weaknesses of the fourth industrial revolution as well as its main challenges and threats, which comes from the opportunities. The practical part focuses on the field of engineering industry. The finding of the thesis is, how selected engineering companies in Slovak Republic are prepared for transition to digitization and automation of production processes. And if they are heading in this direction in the future.
Analysis and optimization of logistic processes in manufacturing company
Čamková, Karolina ; Pavlíček, Antonín (advisor) ; Martínez, Felipe (referee)
This thesis is focused on topic of mapping and optimization of processes with particular focus on logistic processes. The work consists of three interconnected parts. The first part contains definitions of important concepts and approaches in three separate areas. The areas are organization processes, logistic processes and Lean management. The second part revolves around suitable methodology, it contains used methods and tools suitable for mapping and analysis of various process as well as principles and tools recommended for optimization of logistic processes. The last part of thesis maps key processes of internal logistics inside of manufacturing factory and analyses logistic system used in organization. The thesis also proposes various recommendations how to make analysed processes better. Analysis and optimization of processes is in the end enriched by recommendations, which should lead to better organization logistics system in the future.
Industry 4.0 - readiness of industries
Papcunová, Zuzana ; Lorenc, Miroslav (advisor) ; Martínez, Felipe (referee)
The bachelor thesis describes the highly discussed topic - Industry 4.0 and its current and future intervention in the metallurgical enterprises. In the theoretical part of the thesis is a presentation of the concept of Industry 4.0, state concepts, economic situation in industry and the position of Slovak and Czech Republic in the world of industry. A goal is to find out how metallurgical enterprises are ready for this new industrial revolution. A questionnaire survey among practitioners in specific metallurgical firms in Slovakia and Czech Republic will show new challenges are perceived with the advent of new technologies and when they could become a standard.
Assessment level of leanness in the automotive company
Šimeček, Jakub ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Mejdrech, Vlastimil (referee)
Lean management is an approach that has made a revolution in a several industries. The measurement of its approach usually deal with quantitative approaches. However, the expansion of this phenomena lacks of qualitative perspective. Therefore, this is new opportunity to explore new metric to determinate the level of leanness of the organisation. This thesis explores new approach to deal with measurement of leanness. Main goal is to analyse level of leanness in the company automotive industry through the ethnography research and propose improvement which increase current state in that company.
Impact of Quality Management and Lean Six Sigma Practical on leanness level of organizations in Czech Republic
Votočková, Iveta ; Martínez, Felipe (advisor) ; Svobodová, Hana (referee)
The aim of this work is to determine a methodology to measure the leanness level of the organizations that have an internship in the framework of the minor specialization of Quality Management and Lean Six Sigma at University of Economics. The theoretical part of the Thesis presents issues of Lean Six Sigma methodology, describes basic characteristics and main Lean Six Sigma tools. The Thesis also describes process of a research, on which was applied the proposed measurement methodology of an internship impact on organizations. The research methodology describes leanness measurement approach, process of data collection and its subsequent analysis and evaluation. The last chapter includes conclusion of results, suggestions and recommendations to improve Quality Management and Lean Six Sigma Practical.

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