Are the Lean tools what you need to take your business to the next level? Lean is about speed and efficiency. It focuses on reduction of waste, improvement of flow, simplification, standardization, and driving work at the pace of the customer. Lean is also a growth engine – developing the capability to grow the business, without increasing costs. Lean is a great starting point on a continuous improvement journey. It is practical and results oriented, but it isn’t difficult.

This one-week curriculum covers the basics of Lean, with practical examples for both manufacturing and service environments. It is very accessible, highly interactive, and does not require any software besides Microsoft Word and Excel.

Foundations of Lean Agenda

  • Introduction to Lean
  • Project Charter
  • Key Lean Concepts
  • Transactional Lean Time Simulation
  • Document and Analyze the Process (Value Stream Mapping)
  • Introduction to Kaizen and Quick Improvement
  • CONWIP
  • Process Flow Improvement
  • 5S
  • ABC Stratification
  • Changeover Reduction
  • TPM
  • Replenishment Pull Systems
  • Mistake Proofing
  • Visual Control Methods

Interested in training or curriculum licensing? Contact our team to learn more.

Training Feedback

This course was awesome! I am so motivated to go back to my project and apply these tools. The facilitators were amazing and so knowledgeable. Pace was perfect and the exercises helped a lot. Thank you so much!

– Deployment Leader, Medical Device Manufacturing Company

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Operations

Operations Consulting

We have consulting experience with engagements as diverse as mergers and acquisitions, operations strategy, supply chain acceleration, shop-floor process improvements, and call center efficiency improvement.

Assessments

Assessments

Assessments are customized to meet your goals, leveraging our frameworks and knowledge of best practices from years of industry experience. Recent work has been in financial services, insurance, healthcare, manufacturing, and supply chain.

Lean Six Sigma World Conference

LSS World Conference

August 19–20, 2020 | Orlando, Florida
Kristine Nissen Bradley
"Easing Into Big Data: From Logistic Regression to CART"
Kimberly Watson-Hemphill
"Data Visualization – The Power of Storytelling"