The Lean Fundamentals course provides an overview of basic Lean Manufacturing principles and what you need to get started.
In order to have a successful new Lean program you need to create a Lean Committee to create the organizational structure to support ongoing implementation.
This course provides guidance for conduction Lean Meetings.
This course addresses the need for communicating with your workforce.
There are plenty of non-production related issues to consider when you are implementing your TPM program.
Implementing TPM can be a complicated and occasionally challenging process. This course shows how to enact each of the key…
This course provides an overview of 5S, what 5S stands for, and why using 5S is essential to your Lean Journey.
Autonomous Maintenance is an essential part of the TPM process. With this system, operators are able to prevent equipment errors by…
This course outlines the complex stages of a Pull Production System, and how that system is integral to creating your Future State Maps and…
This course explains how to create a Future State Map, and shows the importance of noting particular measurements and metrics.
This in-depth course shows how to measure and map your current state of operations to establish baselines, both within and beyond your organization.
This course provides an overview of the metrics and measurements you will need to take in order to create the best possible Value Stream Maps.
This course provides a comprehensive look at how VSM can help you streamline your operations. It will give you the foundational understanding…
Deepen your understanding of wastes in the workplace through the advanced concepts of waste elimination: 5MQS.
A truly Lean organization extends its principles beyond the shop floor. Discover how Lean principles and techniques can help increase the capabilities…
Once you have an understanding of how Standard Work operates, you can begin developing Standard Work for your own organization.
Discover the elements that make up Standard Work and how you can build upon this foundation to create a comprehensive system for your organization.
Before you can begin to develop Standard Work, you must understand the reasoning behind it and why it is important.
In order to achieve quick and effective changeovers you need to have a firm grasp on identifying, grouping, and eliminating wasteful setup tasks.
Before you can improve your setup times, you must understand the differences between internal and external setup tasks.
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