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The Lean Process Improvement course equips participants with essential knowledge and skills to optimize operational efficiency and eliminate waste. Learn the Toyota Production System, key improvement concepts, and Lean thinking tools. Implement Lean principles and achieve sustainable results. Join now to enhance your process improvement capabilities.

Course Price:
Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
Course Duration:
1 hour, 51 minutes
Total Lectures:
14
Total Students:
89
Average Rating:
4.7
The Lean Process Improvement course provides a comprehensive understanding of Lean principles and techniques for enhancing operational efficiency. Participants will explore the Toyota Production System and its key concepts, including the Toyota Production System House. The course covers the five critical improvement concepts and the Kano Model for understanding value. Participants will learn about different types of waste and strategies for creating a Lean enterprise.

The Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) cycle and the R-DMAIC-S model are introduced as effective improvement methodologies. Participants will gain insights into Lean thinking tools and techniques for continuous improvement. Kaizen events and data gathering and mapping methods are explored to identify and address areas of improvement.

By the end of the course, participants will have the knowledge and skills to implement Lean principles and drive process improvement within their organizations. Join the Lean Process Improvement course to optimize operational efficiency, eliminate waste, and achieve sustainable results.

What Will You Learn?

  • The fundamentals of Lean principles and the Toyota Production System.
  • The key concepts of the Toyota Production System House.
  • The five critical improvement concepts for enhancing efficiency.
  • How to identify and understand value using the Kano Model.
  • Different types of waste and strategies to eliminate them.
  • How to create a Lean enterprise and promote a culture of continuous improvement.
  • The Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) cycle and the R-DMAIC-S model for process improvement.
  • Various Lean thinking tools and techniques for continuous improvement.
  • How to plan and conduct Kaizen events for focused improvement.
  • Effective methods for data gathering and mapping to identify improvement opportunities.
  • How to develop a plan for implementing Lean principles in your organization.

Who Should Take The Course?

  • Managers and supervisors seeking to optimize operational efficiency.
  • Quality assurance professionals aiming to enhance process performance.
  • Project managers involved in process improvement initiatives.
  • Operations and production personnel responsible for managing workflows.
  • Continuous improvement specialists looking to expand their knowledge of Lean principles.
  • Business owners and entrepreneurs seeking to improve their organization's productivity and competitiveness.

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of business operations and processes.
  • Familiarity with organizational structures and workflows.
  • Proficiency in using basic computer applications and tools.
  • Willingness to collaborate and actively participate in group activities and discussions.
  • Openness to learning and embracing new concepts and methodologies.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to facilitate collaboration and teamwork.
  • Commitment to driving continuous improvement and implementing Lean principles in the organization.

Course Curriculum

    • Module 01: Understanding Lean 00:17:00
    • Module 02: The Toyota Production System 00:13:00
    • Module 03: The Toyota Production System House 00:04:00
    • Module 04: The Five Critical Improvement Concepts 00:07:00
    • Module 05: Understanding Value with the Kano Model 00:04:00
    • Module 06: Types of Waste 00:03:00
    • Module 07: Creating a Lean Enterprise 00:07:00
    • Module 08: The Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) Cycle 00:04:00
    • Module 09: Using the R-DMAIC-S Model 00:04:00
    • Module 10: Lean Thinking Tools 00:11:00
    • Module 11: Kaizen Events 00:05:00
    • Module 12: Data Gathering and Mapping 00:15:00
    • Module 13: A Plan to Take Home 00:12:00
    • Order Certificate 00:05:00

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