MBizM™ Lean Enterprise

Lean Enterprise Course

Lean Enterprise is an organization that has fully integrated Lean philosophy and techniques into its business model. Lean Manufacturing techniques were developed in the manufacturing sector but companies soon realized that all manufacturing processes are initiated by non-manufacturing activities.

Successful change is achieved by discovering new ways to effectively re-organize and align all of your business processes to increase throughput, reduce costs and improve quality. Lean Enterprise training would allow organizations to improve the productivity, efficiency, and quality of their products or services. Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to.

  • Understand Lean Philosophies, Lean Teams and Lean Tools for organisational improvements
  • Discuss and deploy the Lean Strategy and Framework
  • Appreciate the Value Streams and mapping the current state of their plants
  • Identify, prioritise and eliminate waste streams using relevant and effective Lean Tools
  • Lead multiple projects and form Continuous Improvement teams
  • Improve the overall efficiency, productivity and quality of their respective operations.
Duration : 3 Days

Course Content / Curriculum

  • Introducing Lean Management
  • Lean Kaizen Teams
  • 7 Wastes & Lean House
  • What is Six Sigma
  • Identifying The 7 Wastes
  • Problem Solving Techniques
  • Workplace Ergonomics
  • 5S Housekeeping
  • 5S Auditing
  • 5S Template
  • What is Takt Time
  • Standardised Motions
  • Work Balancing
  • Creating a Current State Map
  • Analysing the Current State Map
  • Generating ideas from VSM
  • What is TPM and Metrics
  • Losses in Equipment
  • Phases and Steps of TPM
  • Calculating OEE
  • Availability, Productivity & Quality
  • Issues with Plant Layouts
  • What is SMED?
  • Steps to conduct SMED?
  • Improving Methods for SMED
  • Visual Management
  • Autonomation Techniques
  • Visual Display and Control
  • What is Heijunka?
  • Heijunka Box
  • What is Heijunka Pacemaker?
  • Concept of Just in Time
  • Cellular Manufacturing
  • Kanban Functions
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