Lean Process Improvement Training
With this Lean Process Improvement Training, your employees will be able to better understand the key processes that make your company tick. They will then learn effective techniques in order to begin implementing Lean Process Improvement tools. This training session will explore the foundation of Lean through the Toyota precepts and the five critical improvements concepts. These concepts are value, waste, variation, complexity, and continuous improvement. Once participants have a firm grasp of these concepts, they will be able to apply them in the workplace. You should then expect to see a quick, if not immediate, change in the efficiency and effectiveness in the company.
Objectives in the Lean Process Improvement Training
This session will help your team to learn:
- Define Lean and its key terms
Before we can go in depth about Lean Process Improvement, participants must first learn the definition of Lean and its terms. In the beginning of this session our professional trainers will provide all the terms and necessary information about Lean.
- Describe the Toyota Production System and the TPS house
Here we will discuss more about the history of Lean, the Lean philosophy, and how Lean Process Improvement has helped Toyota become a juggernaut of a company in its industry.
- Describe the five critical improvement concepts
In this part of the session our trainers will help participants to better understand the five critical concepts for Lean Process Improvement.
- Use the Kano model to understand, describe, analyze, and improve value
Here we will discuss what value is from the perspective of the Kano Model. We will also discuss customer expectations and categorize them to basic, performance characteristics or value added aspects.
- Identify and reduce various types of waste
Reducing waste through improving key processes and identifying what areas may need improvement is important for any business to be able to succeed. Here we will deliver an informative session and add a new skill set in this area for participants.
- Create a plan for a more environmentally Lean organisation
Here we will assist participants in creating a plan for their organization. We will also assist them in putting the skills that have learned thus far into action for the benefit of their organisation.
- Use the PDSA and R-DMAIC-S models to plan, execute, and evaluate Lean changes
Here participants will learn how to evaluate the Lean changes that have been implemented in a company in order to be able to determine if the changes have had the desired effects.
- Use Lean thinking frameworks, including 5W-2H, Genchi Genbutsu and Gemba
Here our trainers will help participants go through all the different frameworks needed in order to fulfill Lean Process Improvement.
- Prepare for and complete a basic 5-S
5-S stands for Seiri, Seiketsu, Seiso, Seiton, Shitsuke. These five principles and their importance in maintaining an effective workplace will be discussed here.
- Describe the key elements of Kaizen events, particularly a Kaizen blitz
Here our participants will be able to engage in a small discussion to better understand the key elements of Kaizen events.
- Gather, analyze, and interpret data using flow charts, Ishikawa (fishbone) diagrams, SIPOC diagrams, and value stream maps
There are many complex frameworks and elements when it comes to gathering, analyzing, and interpreting data. Here we will equip participants with the right tools in order to be able to gather, analyze, and interpret data more effectively in the workplace.
- Go back to their organization with a plan to begin incorporating Lean into their corporate culture
Here we will provide the necessary tools that the participants can use to be able to go back to their organization and provide a Lean Process Improvement system within the workplace.
- Additional modules available
Cause Prevention and Cause Evaluation
Concentrate your actions on customer conditions
Capturing Lean Actions
Finding and assessing the bottlenecks that make your internal procedures cumbersome and costly
Enhance the efficiency of a broken, cumbersome process
Gain business growth and boost profitability.
Lean Six Sigma Execution
Differentiate between value and non -value-adding activities
Discerning the connection between Lean and Six Sigma
Learn how to reduce mistakes and time taken on jobs.
Grasping the 7 types of waste
Executing process waste to be decreased by Lean tools
Enhance customer satisfaction due to improved quality & service.
Re-measure the efficiency of an improved procedure
Deliver better results faster with fewer resources
Mapping the customer value stream
Quantify and analyze the efficiency of an existing process
Identifying Lean metrics
Understanding Lean methodology notions
Improve communication and teamwork through sharing of thoughts, issues, successes, and failures.
Recognizing the aspects of constant development
Create a common set of techniques and tools with a methodology that may be used by anyone in the organisation.
Organisational Process Risk Identification
Customize a Lean tool you can utilize right away
Lean Process Improvement Training Summary
The lean process has evolved from being a simple concept to a set of widely used practices that many major companies throughout the world use in their day to day operations. In this training session, we will discuss how Lean Process Improvements has helped those companies rise to the top in their respective fields and how it can help your company do the same. If you would like to avail of this training session please feel free to contact our team for more details.
As with all of our other courses, our team can customize a training module to better suit your requirements. Our team will be able to customize the content for your organization as well should you feel that there are areas listed in the training session that you feel your organization does not require or areas that you feel need to be added.
This training session is available in all states and territories including Canberra, Gold Coast, Sydney, Brisbane, Parramatta, Melbourne, Adelaide, Darwin, and Perth.