Using LEAN for Continuous Improvement

Learning Path: Management Pro

Duration: 1 Day(s).

Course Overview

Organizations across the globe, regardless of industry, can benefit from continuous improvement through the principles of LEAN. They may adopt a formal process or something less structured. Either way, they can use LEAN principles to reduce wasted time and resources, and to improve their bottom line.
It is helpful if they have participated in implementing LEAN principles in their workplace. This seminar is an excellent next stop on the road to creating a workplace culture of continuous improvement.

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Learning Objectives

  • Define continuous improvement with LEAN
  • Explain the continuous improvement cycle concepts: Identify, Plan, Execute, and Review
  • Apply LEAN continuous improvement concepts to a case study
  • Present ideas for continuous improvement

Target Audience
Senior managers, HR Managers

Course Calendar

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Course Outline

Unit One: Introducing LEAN Continuous Improvement
Let’s Get Acquainted with the Terms
Pre-Assignment Review
What Can LEAN Do for You?
Using the 4-Step Cycle of LEAN
Unit Two: Step 1 – Identify Areas for Improvement
Making LEAN Valuable
Test the Idea
Unit Three: Step 2 – Create an Improvement Plan
Steps to a New Process
Unit Four: Step 3 – Implement the Changes
Taking the Lead
Working with the Value Stream
Unit Five: Step 4 – Review the Impact
Being Green with LEAN
Understanding the Review Stage
Unit Six: Applying What You Learn – A Case Study
Dazzling Events Background
Step 1 - Identify Opportunities for Improvement
Step 2 - Define the Process to Improve
Step 3 – Develop Your Plan
Step 4 - Finetune Your Plan

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