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Lean Management – This Lean Management Certification Training will expose you to the concepts and principles of Lean Management to help you optimize processes, increase quality and drive maximum value in any business.
You’ll learn to create more value for customers with fewer resources, reduce unwanted activities and adopt continuous process improvement, where small changes are implemented systematically.
Lean at many organizations means a measure of quality that strives for near perfection by reducing WASTE and thus increase customer satisfaction. Lean is a disciplined approach and methodology for eliminating defects.
The fundamental objective of the Lean methodology is the implementation of a measurement-based strategy that focuses on process improvement, WASTE reduction, Customer Satisfaction and Variation Reduction through the application of Lean Six Sigma improvement projects and tools.
Lean management and Six Sigma are the most sought-after business excellence strategies among the leading and progressive MNCs. Demand for certified professionals in these fields is tremendous in the global market.
This course is prepared to intend to providing the complete learning of management, which has its origin from Toyota Production System (TPS): Only one of its kinds of philosophy, processes, tools, and techniques followed by Toyota to manufacture its cars.
Lean management is an essential part of lean thinking. It is all about customer focus, developing and maintaining systems and processes to provide value as defined by its customers.
This is a course that will eventually enable you to understand the in-depth concepts, tools, and methods of adopting the lean business process in your organization while at the same time help you curb the difficulties that come along with the change management process.
The course will guide you in implementing Lean tools, techniques, and metrics in your organization.
This course officially accredited by ASQ.
You might be interested in other Quality Management courses as a next step.
- COURSE TYPE Practitioner
- COURSE NUMBER
- DURATION 3 days
- COURSE ACCREDITED BY local certificate
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO
Lean management focuses on speed and elimination of waste in manufacturing and non-manufacturing processes and systems.
This is a course that will eventually enable you to understand the in-depth concepts, tools, and methods of adopting the lean business process in your organization while at the same time help you curb the difficulties that come along with
the change management process.
Lean Training will enable you to:
Improve the process to reduce cycle time and costs, increase revenue, and improve collaboration.
Understand the current process and identify the activities that are waste versus value-added activities.
Develop a Lean Culture that will sustain the improved process and build momentum for additional process improvement in other areas of your organization.
IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION
Participants who fully attend this course and complete the test on the last day will receive a Strategic Axis Professional Certificate (SAPC). SAPC certificates are regionally recognized and can be quite valuable when applying for more senior roles within the organization or outside.
Module 1: Understanding Current State in Lean Management
Defining and understanding lean management
Difference between LEAN and 6 Sigma
Continuous Vs. Continual improvement
Why Lean is a critical tool for Leaders?
Pinnacle’s 12-Step Process Value Stream Mapping
Creating a Lean Value Stream Map
Module 2: Identification of Kaizen Bursts
The House of Lean
Basic Tools and concepts used in the lean management
Advanced Tools and concepts used in the lean management
Understanding Lean Culture
Different Charts for Data analysis
Operational Excellence Model
Module 3: Future State Mapping
Difference between VALUE & WASTE
Kinds of Wastes and their impact
Current State mapping
SLA’s and TAT’s
Applying principles, advanced Lean Tools, and lean metrics to design a lean system
The Lean Certification Process
Module 4: Lean Matrix
Lean Maturity Levels
Lean Maturity Matrix
In The Classroom
Private Team Training
Indiviual Private Session
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