Discover the history and motivations behind the brilliant minds that developed Lean as we know it today, and what sparked the groundbreaking Toyota…
It’s important to first understand the basic elements that comprise a Lean Layout. This includes concepts such as Just-in-Time, the minimization of…
Because 3P promotes a radical change, it is good to gain a perspective on the differences between 3P and other production and process styles.
In order to extend lean principles throughout the entire supply chain, communication is critical.
Once you have a basic understanding of the principles of Time and Motion Study, and your organization is properly prepared…
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.
There are several recurring problems that organizations can face when implementing a Kanban system.
Before you can improve your setup times, you must understand the differences between internal and external setup tasks.
The Single Minute Exchange of Die System is a comprehensive quick changeover methodology that will assist you in decreasing your changeover times…
Computers are a primary element of any modern office, so it is important to apply lean tools to this area.
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.
There are many different processes and variables within an office that can cause decreases in efficiency and performance.
Learn how popular lean methodologies are specifically applied to office environments.
Lean is not just for manufacturing environments, but also the office. This course provides context for the modern office in the Lean world.
By utilizing the forms of Standard Work you will ensure your implementation is smooth and successful.
There are many tools and techniques that can be used to support your Standard Work.
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.
Standard Work is essential to the process of creating a comprehensive continuous improvement program within your organization.
Before you can begin to develop Standard Work, you must understand the reasoning behind it and why it is important.
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