Jump-Starting Your Lean Effort – an Overview and Live Simulation of Lean Manufacturing
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As the world grows smaller, your organization's competition continues to increase. In this course, learn how to begin the Lean transformation vital to gaining a competitive edge. Eliminate overproduction from traditional production management systems and link processes to internal and external demand. You will also utilize Value Stream Mapping (VSM) as a tool to guide implementation efforts.
What You Will Learn
- Waste identification and reduction
- How to identify value added versus non value added.
- Foundation Lean techniques
- Advanced Lean techniques
- How to facilitate VSM events
- How VSM can create the "road map" of success
How You Will Benefit
- Experience the impact of Lean practices on a production process.
- Use Lean techniques to eliminate waste.
- Use VSM to see the waste in your system and identify opportunities for improvement.
- Understand how to increase throughput, reduce waste, increase profitability, and reduce lead times to make your firm more competitive.
FOUNDATION OF LEAN
- The evolution of Lean
- Key elements of Lean
- Why now?
- How is it different?
PRINCIPLES OF LEAN
- Eight wastes
- Value added versus non-value added
- Lead time
UNDERSTANDING THE CURRENT STATE
- Value streaming mapping basics
- How to facilitate the VSM event
- How to identify and analyze opportunities
BEGINNING LEAN TOOLS
- Point-of-use storage
- Set up time reduction
- Batch size reduction
- Takt time
ADVANCED LEAN TOOLS
- Visual controls
- Quality at the source
- Standardized work
- Pull systems
- Total productive maintenance
PLANNING & IMPLEMENTING THE CHANGES
- How to brainstorm and consensus building
- Action planning
- How to develop the "road map"
- Culture change
Who should attend
This course is designed for general managers, plant managers, operations managers, and continuous improvement and manufacturing managers in manufacturing, supply chain, and logistics.