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IMPLEMENT A LEAN PROJECT AND BECOME A LEAN MANAGER – #97
You wish to :
- Develop an in-depth knowledge of Lean Manufacturing concepts and tools
- Determine, according to the context of the company, the most effective approach to the deployment of the Lean Manufacturing approach.
- Introduction to the basic or more advanced concepts of Lean Manufacturing / Services.
- Be able to identify opportunities for effective use of Lean tools.
- Learn to build a structured approach to introducing and rolling out Lean Manufacturing / Services.
- Continuous Improvement Managers
- Production Managers
- Future Lean Managers
- Plant Managers
The training takes place over 2 sessions, the first of which lasts 3 days and focuses on the acquisition of knowledge:
- The fundamental and induced concepts of Lean Manufacturing.
- The strategic tools for the deployment of Lean in the factory (the Kaizen project, Value Stream Mapping, the 3P or Design for Lean).
- The associated tools: 5S, TPM, SMED, Kanban.
- What will change as Lean is implemented in the factory?
The trainees will use the open-session time to prepare a first plan for implementing Lean Manufacturing in their factory.
The second one-day session will focus on validating the ability to apply the concepts and tools taught to the case of one’s own factory, based on the first action proposals resulting from the open-session.
Validation by the trainer of the ability to apply the concepts and tools taught through situational exercises
E-book “Step by step to a Lean Manufacturing site” included.
Participant’s file containing the presentations delivered during the training and the exercise materials.
The purpose of Lean Manufacturing (notions of Lead Time and MUDA).
The fundamental concepts of the Lean Manufacturing system.
Lean strategic tools: Kaizen, Value Stream Mapping and 3P.
Synergies with 6 Sigma type activities and associated tools: 5S, SMED, TPM, Kanban.
Launching a global Lean Manufacturing project.
Applying the PDCA cycle to the project and controlling the risks associated with the process.
Continuous improvement, QRQC, and the notion of standard.
Review of each trainee’s Lean initiation plan during the intersession.
Managing change: creating a Lean mindset, anticipating difficulties.
With the E-book “Step by step to a Lean Manufacturing site” included.
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