Time and Motion Study is one of the most fundamental and long-standing Lean methodologies.
This course provides an overview of 5S, what 5S stands for, and why using 5S is essential to your Lean Journey.
An A3 is much more than simply a problem solving tool. Utilize A3 to its full potential by understanding how it can be used to…
Kanban commonly come in 3 different types. Learn how to use Withdrawal, Production, and Supplier Kanban in this in-depth course..
Creating a culture of continuous improvement does not happen overnight, it needs to be nurtured, explored and supported.
In this introduction to 3P, or Production Preparation Process, you will learn what the benefits to using this process are and how you can begin to use it within your organization.
This course gives you a broad look at the ideas, concepts, and history that make up Total Productive Maintenance (TPM).
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.
Successful implementation of any methodology hinges on a complete understanding of the various steps that should be taken to achieve success.
This course provides guidance for conduction Lean Meetings.
Before you can begin to develop Standard Work, you must understand the reasoning behind it and why it is important.
Hoshin Kanri, or Policy Deployment, is a far-reaching approach used to connect the objectives of people at all levels of the organization to common goals.
The Lean Fundamentals course provides an overview of basic Lean Manufacturing principles and what you need to get started.
Visual Management is one of the central principles of Lean. A visual workplace makes communication between departments easier, makes…
A key component of any successful TPM program is documentation of the process.
Autonomous Maintenance is an essential part of the TPM process. With this system, operators are able to prevent equipment errors by…
Time and Motion Study is not just about recording and evaluating performance. In order for this data to be of value, it must be used to make processes…
Before taking on any process improvement effort, it is important to know what you will need and what to expect.
Once you have a basic understanding of the principles of Time and Motion Study, and your organization is properly prepared…
Just-in-Time is a core principle of Lean. This course addresses each of the fundamental aspects of a Just-in-Time office: Takt Time, Flow, and Pull.
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