The comprehensive and routine recognition and assessment of waste together with po-tential improvements to processes and work systems is a key factor when it comes to securing and increasing performance. This applies to all functional areas, processes, and systems in a company.
As part of this course, examples are used to detail the nature and form of waste in vari-ous functional areas. These issues are then explored in more depth through a discussion with participants.
Subsequently, our experienced trainers explain methods and effective procedures used in the everyday world of consulting to identify potential improvements. Methods are practiced with consideration of their transfer to the work systems used by participants, who are empowered and supported after the course in their efforts to apply the knowledge they have gained.
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of waste in processes and work systems.
- Acquire a deep understanding of powerful methods to identify waste in processes and work systems.
- Develop specific points of observation in order to identify waste in your work area.
Contents & Key Learnings
- Value creation and waste
- Seven forms of waste in production and administration
- Gemba walks and GoLookSee
- Value stream analysis
- Work structure analysis
- Waste analysis and process observation
- Spaghetti diagram
- Variance analysis (standard)
- Process mining
- Audits and assessments
- Methods of collecting and presenting data
Format & Execution
- Classroom (and shop floor if training is internal)
- Presentation, discussion, application, exercises, transfer
- Leaders, project managers, lean agents, and change agents in the company as well as anyone charged with tasks related to the implementation and maintenance of the lean philosophy
- Future internal “multipliers” as well as workshop trainers, coaches, and CIP trainers