Training designed for
- This method applies to organizations of any size, to all sectors (industry as well as services) and all processes (production, R&D, administrative, etc.).
- For anyone who wants to learn about continuous process improvement and Lean Management (quality managers, local managers, project managers, HR managers, production and supply chain managers, etc.).
- 2 to 3 days
If you want something you’ve never had, you must be willing to do something you’ve never done.
In today’s complex and constantly changing world, advantages and opportunities often have a short life span. In this context, a structure and operations that are high-performing, flexible and sustainable are essential to the survival of an organization. However, with an ever-increasing variety of management models and methods, it is sometimes difficult to know where to start. The one thing they agree on is the need to perform superior work in ideal conditions, while expending a minimum of time, resources and energy. In other words, being lean. Lean Management is about achieving these goals by focusing on activities that create value, while eliminating those that do not.
Fully understand the stages of Lean Transformation.
Learn how to support teams throughout the change.
Learn how to solve problems the right way.
Define the right objectives and indicators.
Learn how to identify waste and do what it takes to reduce it.
Lively, fun approach: videos, games and exercises in breakout groups, case studies, individual projects, and more.
- Why Lean Management?
- The differences between Lean, Six Sigma, Agile, Kaizen, etc.
- The 3 Lean goals: Waste, Quality, Flexibility.
- The 6 Lean principles: Customer, People, Process, Performance, Organization, Behaviors.
- Process Checklist.
- Value Stream Map to highlight what to attack first.
- Visual Management.
- Communication Calendar.
- 5S principles.
- DMAIC Problem Solving Methodology.
- The Ishikawa diagram.