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Introduction To Lean Thinking

Lean thinking is fundamentally transforming the way organizations operate. The Lean principles of continuous improvement, respect for people, and a relentless focus on delivering customer value are making teams and organizations rethink the practices that might have guided them for decades.
A new, transformative approach to working requires a transformation in leadership as well. For Lean thinking to be truly effective, it needs effective Lean management – to champion Lean principles, offer guidance, and ensure that Lean thinking is being used to optimize the entire organizational system for value delivery

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  • Have gained a broad perspective of Lean Enterprise concepts and understand the interaction between the Lean elements, lean Principles (VVFPP) rules, and tools.
  • Understand the need to change and how to recognize and eliminate waste.
  • Learning about TPS- TOYUDA Production System .
  • Know how to determine value added, non-valued-added and non-value-added-but-required activities.
  • Learning about the   lean improvement tools 6S, Single Minute Exchange of Dies (Quick Change), Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), Kanban, Visual Workplace, Error-Proofing.
  • Understand why everyone in the organization must participate and how this is accomplished.
  •  Know the importance of identifying the value stream, how it is mapped and how to identify the areas that require improvement.
  • Gain a complete understanding of the elements of Flow and Pull and how these are applied.
  • Recognize the fundamental importance of the Kaizen process, how this is used in every aspect of a Lean implementation and how it is used to change the culture.
  • Increase throughput/ Productivity.
  • Reduce operating expenses and inventories.
  • Improved cultural change.
  • Lean Concepts & Principles
  • How eliminating waste in process
  • Lean tools and techniques
  • Kaizen improvement process
  • How transform to lean organization
  • One- full day training session
  • This course is designed for managers & supervisors, supply chain managers & planners, process improvement specialists, change managers, process engineers, quality manager & production engineers.