Lean Management

Lean Management

Objectives Introduction to Lean Thinking Productivity Loss is caused by Major Sources of Waste Examples of Lean Adoption in Manufacturing
MVR 3,000.00
22 students

Objectives

  • Introduction to Lean Thinking
  • Productivity Loss is caused by Major Sources of Waste
  • Examples of Lean Adoption in Manufacturing and Service Environments
  • Lean Principles and Approach to Creating Customer Value
  • Understanding Value and Waste
  • Key Lean “Tools”
  • The Lean Framework
  • Role of the Lean Leader
  • Key Considerations in Developing a Lean Infrastructure
  • Developing & quot; Kaizen Eyes & quot;
  • Lean Deployment
  • Sustaining a Lean Culture

Areas to be Covered

  • The role of executives in deploying a Lean management and improvement program within an organization.
  • Explores the strategic planning needed to embed Lean in the corporate vision and
    strategy, day-to-day operations, cultural support, change management processes,
    customer service and communication strategy to ensure successful and sustainable change.

Training methods

  • Presentations and discussions with practical examples
  • Individual Exercises, Group exercises, and discussions
  • Case Studies, Scenario Discussions, and Role Plays and evaluations
    • Banking and Healthcare executives at top management, middle management level such as CEO, General Manager, Plant Manager, Operation Manager, Quality Manager, Continuous Improvement leaders, Engineers
    • MBA professionals who want to apply the methodologies and quality control process within their organizations.
MVR 3,000.00

Course Features

  • Duration 2 day
  • Max Students 30
  • Enrolled 0
  • Re-take Course 0
  • Assessments Self

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