Metrics-Based Process Mapping (MBPM) is a methodology that was developed to support the adoption of lean practices in office, service, and knowledge work environments.
Designed and developed by Karen Martin & Mike Osterling, this technique integrates the functional orientation of conventional swim-lane process maps with the time and quality metrics used in value stream mapping.
Learn how to create a metrics-based process map to identify and eliminate waste in an office/service process. Part 2 of 3.
Metrics-Based Process Mapping (MBPM) is a powerful tactical-level tool for identifying waste in office, service, and knowledge work environments, building consensus for change, standardizing work, and quantifying improvement.
In this webinar, you'll learn how MBPMs differ from value stream maps and learn the step-by-step approach for creating current and future state maps.
You'll also be introduced to Karen Martin & Mike Osterling's new edition of Metrics-Based Process Mapping, which features an extensive Excel tool for measuring, sharing, and archiving improved processes.
Directed/Produced by Chris Randall
Animation: Ian Whittle, Tristan Pritchard, Chris Randall
Compositing: Handsome VFX, Second Home Studios
Modelmakers: Sarra Hornby, Lianne Allen, Karen Richards, Tristan Pritchard, Adam Watts
Studio Assistants: Martin McNally, Karen Byers, Hannah Wright
My thesis, the experimental animation „Citius, Altius, Fortius“ (Latin for „Faster, Higher, Stronger“- the Olympic motto) explores the interplay of abstract shapes and motions.
How can the substance of motion be visualized. What degree of abstraction allows a communication with the viewer.
Therefor movements of famous Olympians where digitalised into 3D through motion tracking and rotoscoping of original footage of Olympic competitions. Camera motions and playback speed of the footage were borrowed and the movements of the athletes were recreated frame by frame.
The specific character of each sport is reflected in the visual language and the illustration of its motions.