Lean basics – Introduction to Lean
AFTER THE TRAINING, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
You will understand the basic Lean principles and be able to apply them in your daily life.
You will be able to more easily remove and eliminate unnecessary activities, reduce your costs and increase your income;
You will work with core Lean tools such as VSM, 5S, Kaizen and Gemba;
You will have a clear plan for implementing Lean improvements.
Lean Basics is an introductory course to the basic principles and concepts of Lean thinking and philosophy, which focuses on maximizing value while minimizing waste in manufacturing processes. The main goal of Lean is to create more value for customers with fewer resources, which is achieved by eliminating non-value-added activities and rationalizing processes. Key Lean principles include identifying and eliminating waste, improving process flow, creating a culture of continuous improvement, and empowering employees to make improvements. By applying these principles, organizations can increase efficiency, reduce costs, and improve customer satisfaction.
If you too want to offer more with less effort and create a positive and constantly improving culture, this course is for you.
WHAT IS LEAN
Lean is a philosophy and methodology for maximizing value and minimizing waste in production processes. It was originally developed by Toyota Motor Corporation in Japan in the 1950s and has since been adopted by many organizations around the world in various industries. The goal of Lean is to create more value for customers with fewer resources, which is achieved by eliminating non-value-added activities and streamlining processes. This is achieved by focusing on identifying and eliminating waste, improving process flow, creating a culture of continuous improvement and empowering employees to make improvements. By applying Lean principles, organizations can increase efficiency, reduce costs, improve quality, and increase customer satisfaction. Lean can be applied in a variety of environments, including manufacturing, healthcare, service industries, and government.
METHOD OF CONDUCTION
The course is virtual, lasting 1 day;
The course is interactive – participants can ask questions at any time and discuss the material;
Students have the opportunity to work on assignments after each session and receive feedback from the trainer.
WHO IS THE COURSE SUITABLE FOR?
Managers who are responsible for improving processes and efficiency within their organizations;
Engineers and other technical personnel involved in the design and implementation of production processes;
Quality control and assurance officers who are responsible for ensuring that products meet customer requirements and quality standards;
Operations and production staff who are involved in day-to-day production processes and can help identify areas for improvement;
Supply and logistics specialists who are responsible for managing the flow of materials and products through the manufacturing process;
Anyone who is part of a modern and self-improving organization with a focus on continuous improvement of operations and elimination of unnecessary activities.
WHY ENROLL IN THIS COURSE?
To learn the basic principles of Lean and learn to apply them;
To detect and eliminate unnecessary activities in your processes and systems;
To understand the role of Lean in a constantly changing environment and how it can help an organization implement a culture of continuous improvement.
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