Lean Kaizen: A Simplified Approach to Process Improvement

Lean is a methodology that eliminates waste and boosts efficiency. Kaizen means continuous improvement. This course merges both philosophies. Lean Kaizen helps you get rid of waste and continuously implement best practices.

Instructor-led, Web-based (7655)
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April 16, 2015
08:00 am – 05:00 pm (Central Time)
List: $695.00
Member: $595.00
Minneapolis, MN (7871)
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August 28, 2015
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Instructor-led, Web-based (7656)
System Requirements Register
November 3, 2015
08:00 am – 05:00 pm (Central Time)
List: $695.00
Member: $595.00
On-Site Training
Need to train a group of five or more? Consider on-site training.

Are you looking for the best way to improve your cycle time, minimize customer response time, and reduce unnecessary waste? Do you want to maximize your operational efficiencies to save money and precious resources? Then it’s time to introduce Lean Kaizen to your organization.

Lean is a renowned methodology that eliminates all categories of waste to help maximize efficiencies. Kaizen means continuous improvement. Together, Lean Kaizen is a proven approach to continuously implement much-needed change and get rid of unnecessary waste. Apply the proven Lean Kaizen strategy within the scope of a larger lean enterprise journey. Learn how the role of change management is important throughout the lean transformation. Learn the steps to perform a Kaizen event through a blend of lecture, discussion, class exercises, and report-back sessions.

  • Learning Objectives
    • Know the definition and traditional application of Kaizen
    • Understand the core concepts of lean, and how Kaizen projects help pave the way on the lean journey
    • Use Kaizen to attack cost, defects, cycle time, and other waste
    • Study the Kaizen methodology, its steps and tools, and application techniques of Kaizen breakthrough events
    • Perform a successful Kaizen event
    • Form Kaizen teams and facilitate the agenda for developing Kaizen improvement projects
    • Develop plans for a lean transformation within your organization
  • Who Should Attend

    Anyone interested in improving processes and operational efficiencies by reducing cycle time and waste.

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    Prerequisites

    None

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