Fundamentals of Lean for Business Organizations

Call 1-800-358-6389 Lean has its origin in the Japanese manufacturing industry in the 1980s as a waste reduction and improvement methodology. Whereas Six Sigma® helps companies reduce defects and improve quality. Lean manufacturing thinking helps eliminate waste and improve process flow and speed. Today, service and transactional industries like healthcare, insurance, financial services, call centers, government, IT, retail, and transportation have employed Lean methods and principles to help achieve their strategic goals.

Since lean manufacturing is not just a concept, but a philosophy based on definitions, vocabulary, and principles, it is important for companies to understand its origin and logic to see how it can be combined with Six Sigma to create a better producing, cost effective manufacturing process.

Companies who want to transform to a lean organization will reap the greatest benefits by learning its principles and techniques and how it complements Six Sigma. CBT’s lean training can put companies on the fast track to becoming lean. Companies should also consider our Six Sigma training for achieving greater value.

Benefits of CBT Direct’s Online Fundamentals of Lean for Business
Organizations

CBT Direct boasts the most beneficial online lean training on the market. With online training, you have the flexibility to study on your schedule, and with the speed and reliability of the internet, CBT Direct’s Fundamentals of Lean for Business Organizations training course is accessible anywhere you have an internet connection. Convenience finally costs less with CBT Direct – the most affordable online training solution today.

The unique design of CBT Direct’s Fundamentals of Lean for Business Organizations training course emphasizes learner initiative, self-management and experiential learning. CBT Direct’s online course design begins with the definition of user-focused performance objectives and then proceeds to the selection and implementation of instructional strategies and learning activities appropriate for those objectives. This effective instruction model for CBT Direct’s Fundamentals of Lean for Business Organizations training course ensures the greatest level of comprehension and retention.

Who Benefits from CBT Direct’s Fundamentals of Lean for Business
Organizations Training?

Employees across business groups can benefit from understanding the lean manufacturing principles and techniques and how to apply them to their jobs. Six Sigma experts will be able to gain greater results by combining Six Sigma with the lean process.

What Professionals Will Learn from CBT Direct’s Fundamentals of Lean for Business Organizations Training

Click Here to Request a Quote CBT Direct’s training course will identify the basic principles of Lean and matching industry types with examples of how Lean principles are applied. Participants will learn about the five steps to Lean – recognizing the correct application of the process for implementing Lean in an organization, as well as the order of steps in the Lean process.

Our course explores the benefits of recognizing the strategies for using Hoshin Kanri to address a problem within an organization, by matching steps in the PDCA cycle to actions that would be carried out at each step. Learners will also learn sequence examples of activities that occur during the Jidoka process and match types of waste with examples of how they can be eliminated through standard work.
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Learners will identify the goals of the visual workplace, matching tools used in a visual workplace with corresponding examples. You will also learn to evaluate a customer-supplier relationship to determine how well the just-in-time method is being applied, as well as recognizing the appropriate way to implement kanbans in a workplace. They will be able to identify the goals of line balancing, by using takt time to predict implications for a given company.

Our training program will identify the criteria for value-add activities, by classifying production activities as value-add, non-value-add, or necessary non-value-add. You will learn the recommended strategies for eliminating waste in a work setting and using line balancing calculations to achieve continuous flow in a given workplace.

This course will introduce you to value stream mapping, recognizing its benefits and the sequence of steps. You will examine the principles for mapping the current state of a given value stream, as well as recognizing the steps to creating a future-state map.

Learners will discover the principles for creating a Lean culture by categorizing characteristics of organizational culture as Lean or non-Lean. You will be able to identify strategies for building a kaizen culture, as well as recognizing the steps to implement kaizen in an organization.


Fundamentals of Lean for Business Organizations

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