• The size and the color of the letters are adequate

  • The amount of information in the presentation was adequate

  • The presentation is arranged in a coherent, logic and clear way

  • The information presented is relevant and pertinent to the project

  • The presentation included visual aid ( photos, graphs, diagrams, etc.)

  • The oral presentation was clear, fluid and with an adequate tone

  • The presenter captured the interest and attention of the audiences

  • The presentation was made in a creative and original way

Lean Tools

  • The lean tool selected was the correct one for the prob presented

  • The team demonstrated full knowledge in the tool used

  • The problem definition answered the basic question (what, when, where, who and how)

  • The business case was directed to attend a business need

  • An investigation was performed and acquired data that support possible causes

  • The team was effective identifying the potential root cause of the problem

  • Key criteria were used in the process for the data collection

  • A Process map or process data was used to understand the current state and identified the opportunities

  • An statistical analysis of the data was performed

  • The conclusions obtained attended the reduction or elimination of the problem

  • Prioritization criteria was shown for the selection of the possible solutions based on the conclusion

  • The process was standardized and it shows a sustainable improvement

  • The team implemented the 5S methodology

  • The team implemented CIL methodology

  • It is evident the use of different visual aids (boards, standard work, Kansan, Centerlines, etc)


  • A cost analysis vs benefit was performed and it shows the viability of the project

  • There is evidence of a considerable reduction in some of the 8 wastes

  • There is evidence of a considerable reduction in operation costs

  • There is evidence of considerable improvement in any of the KPI’s

  • The expected benefits were obtained in the project

  • There is evidence of some benefit in another area like safety, environmental, workplace environment, etc.

  • These benefit were estimated or quantified

  • The solution was reapplied to other areas


  • The necessary resources were identified to implement the project (MOC, budget, time, etc.)

  • Key personnel were involved and participated of the process in the implementation plan

  • The implementation of the project with the expected scope was achieved

  • Additional alternatives were evaluated in cases where the identified solution could not be implemented

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