Lean Management Certification – Online

$199.00

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Overview


Overview

What is lean management?

Quite a stringent management measure, lean management considers any expenditure in an organization that does not yield value, to be a waste.

Why is it needed today?

The market is always fluctuating, making industries unstable and prospects uncertain. The pressure to perform with limited resources to yield absolute value then, is a skill that is definitely a necessity today.


What you can expect while learning this course


What you can expect while learning this course:

This program offers an introduction into lean thinking – a principle that has changed the way so many big corporations around the world think and work. If you’re a budding entrepreneur or look to be one soon, you’ll learn how to make your firm more-efficient, productive and less wasteful.

If you are in a position where you lead a group of people and manage resources and budgeting, then this program is for you.

 

 


Curriculum


Curriculum

 

Here is a break-down of the modules you will be learning once enrolled in this course:

 

Module 1: Getting Started
Icebreaker
Ground rules
The parking lot
Workshop objectives
Action plans and evaluation forms

Module 2: What is Lean management?
About Six Sigma
About Lean
History Behind Lean
Toyota Production Systems
The Toyota Precepts

Module 3: Liker’s Toyota Way
Overview
Philosophy
Process
People And Partners
Problem Solving

Module 4: The TPS House
Overview
The Goals Of TPS
The First Pillar: Just In Time (JIT)
The Second Pillar: Jikoda (Error-Free Production)
Kaizen (Continuous Improvement)
The Foundation Of The House

Module 5: The Five R’s Of Lean
Redesign
Reduce
Recover
Recycle
Remanufacture

Module 6: The First Improvement Concept (Value)
Overview Of The Kano Model
Basic Characteristics
Satisfiers
Delighters
Applying The Kano Model

Module 7: The Second Improvement Concept (Waste)
Mudi
Mura
Muri
The New Wastes

Module 8: The Third Improvement Concept (Variation)
Common Cause
Special Cause
Tampering
Structural

Module 9: The Fourth Improvement Concept (Complexity)
What is Complexity?
What Causes Complexity?
How To Simplify
Structural

Module 10: The Fifth Improvement Concept (Continuous Improvement)
The PDSA Cycle: Plan, Do, Study, Act
The R DMAIC S Method
How To Simplify
Structural

Module 11: The Improvement Toolkit
Gemba
Genchi Genbutsu
Womack’s Principle
Kaizen
A Roadmap For Implementation

Module 12: In conclusion
Words from the Wise
Review of Parking Lot
Lessons Learned
Completion of Action Plans and Evaluations

 

 


Important information


Important information

When you sign up for the Lean management class, you get will receive:

  • Hard copies of presentations used by the instructor in physical workshops
  • Hard copy of student manuals and training guides

You will also have access to:

  • Online step-by-step tutorials of worksheets/exercise sheets
  • Online access to tests
  • Online access to carefully selected articles, white papers and audio/video clips

 

On successful completion of the course, students receive a course completion certificate that is mailed to them.


Instruction and method of learning


Instruction and method of learning

The Lean Management program is a self-study course. We provide all the study material as well as research subjects. Please call us for more details.

Testing methods


Testing methods

Our tests can be taken online through the e-learning portal. Login credentials are provided upon registration/signing up for the course.


Batches


Batches

This is an online course


Accredition


Accredition

For self-study programs such as this one, we don’t issue accreditation. A certificate of completion is sent from the training institute once a candidate has successfully cleared the tests.