LENGTH: Two Hours
Lean training often focuses on key tools: Five S, value stream mapping, etc. After you know a few tools, you try it, and it usually fails. Why is this? The problem is a lack of context.
To understand Lean takes a multidimensional view. You can learn Lean over years of study and practice, or in a few hours if the material is organized well. During this in-depth, two-hour course you will gain an overview of Lean in eight dimensions. The dimensions are interdependent, making application easy since you move smoothly from one area to the next. The areas are: planning, five S, standard work, involvement, total productive maintenance, value stream mapping, human flow automation, and just in time.
In additions to this overview of the major Lean dimensions, the webinar will review improvement cycles, cultural issues often faced in Lean application, illustrations of templates to get started with your work standardization, a review of systems thinking, and a list of practical lessons learned. All in all you gain a broad perspective on Lean, allowing you to make your program as successful as possible.
- What is lean?
- PDCA, DMAIC, SDCA
- Juran's quality trilogy
- Overview of lean components
- Five S
- Standard work
- Total Productive Maintenance
- Value stream mapping
- Human flow automation
- Just in time
- Lessons learned
- Systems thinking
- Learn about the change and standardization cycles: PDCA, DMAIC, SDCA
- Know the usual order of applying Lean components
- How to make planning flow smoothly
- Apply key standard work templates
- Learn about involvement and change management
- See how systems thinking makes Lean easier
- Find out critical lessons learned in Lean implementation
- Gain a resource list for further study
Viewers of the On-Demand webinar get:
- Unlimited viewing of the webinar for one full year, including any updated versions
Douglas C. Wood has more 30 years' experience in industrial engineering and quality. He has saved millions of dollars at client firms and employers through his practical approach to measurement implementation.
Wood is active in ASQ, serving in the past as Kansas City section chair, education chair, site committee chair for the 2003 Annual Quality Congress, and Quality Management Division (QMD) Cost of Quality technical committee chair. A senior member of ASQ, he holds two ASQ Certifications: CQE and Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence.
HOW DOES THIS ALL WORK?
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