Applying Lean tools leads to faster processes, elimination of non value-adding activities, process simplification and improved focus on those activities that add value to customer experience. Customer focus and Efficiency are the primary drivers for using Lean practices.
The benefits of implementing Lean Practices are the creation of simple and faster processes based solely on the key customer requirements, smooth process flows without any delays and backlogs, reduced company costs and greater return from its products and services, happy and loyal customers.
We are offering the following Lean courses:
LEAN START: TOYOTA PRODUCTION SYSTEM
Audience: process management experts, operational managers, project managers
Course duration: 2 days
Lean Practices are about efficient management that help organisations become successful in achieving efficiency and effectiveness targets. Lean methods are implemented for optimised management of the organisation. Lean tools support teams to execute processes faster, eliminate non-value-adding activities, and simplify processes. Improved customer focus and efficiency are the drivers for using Lean practices.
LEAN DAILY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LDMS)
The Lean Daily Management System (LDMS) is a set of standardized procedures that provides the structure and focus for employees with common tasks and deliverables to continuously improve their daily work. Its focus is achieving business efficiency. LDMS aims to provide the ability to manage departments and functions whereby processes are standardized, controlled and improved. The system and practices do not allow daily routine activities to slip up on daily plans and help managers gain better view of tasks, team utilisation and capacity improvement. Re-focusing managers´ time from daily firefighting to thinking and pursuing improvement initiatives is a key differentiator.
Audience: Supervisors, Managers, Executives
PROBLEM SOLVING WITH THE 7 QUALITY TOOLS
The Seven Quality tools are the basis to improve the process and product quality. They are used to examine the production process, identify the key issues, control fluctuations of product quality, and give solutions to avoid future defects. The seven basic tools of quality were first emphasized by Kaoru Ishikawa, a professor of engineering at Tokyo University and the father of "quality circles." You can begin your quality journey by mastering these tools, and you will master the art of problem solving methods. The training works through a real case study to bring to life the best problem solving capabilities you will get.
Course duration: 1 day
Audience: Professionals engaged with managing a process or a set of processes, Entrepreneurs who wish to run their businesses more efficiently and effectively, Engineers, Quality professionals, Operational managers, Project managers
Register online by sending an email with your name and course title to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling: 0887 687 617.
Special pricing for corporate clients.
The instructor-led courses are delivered in both English and Bulgarian languages.