Overview

The concept of lean organization leading to its optimization is a quantum leap in the advancement of efficiency. It all started from the 1991 book “The Machine That Changed The World” by Jim Womack, Daniel Jones and Daniel Roos, and suddenly every organization wants to be a Toyota. Lean is the systematic elimination of waste. As the name implies, lean is focused at cutting “fat” from production activities. It has also been successfully applied to administrative and engineering activities as well. Lean results include the better utilization of resources which are in alignment with organizational vision and objectives, hence leading to better cost management and enhanced competitiveness.

Duration

2 Days

Who Should Attend

CEO, GM, Factory Manager, Operation Manager, Officer and those who wish to improve their understanding and skills in relation to the application of lean management.

Objectives

By the end of the session, you would be able to:

  • Understand the concepts and implementation of Lean Organization
  • Have a working knowledge of Kaizen and Continuous Improvement
  • Enhance awareness of wastes reduction in order to do something about
  • Use visual Management to further enhance a lean organization
  • Gain insights on SMED and how to reduce waste
  • Comprehend JIT and push/pull production
  • Use Poka Yoke/Mistake Proofing to identify or prevent problems
  • Build in the idea of Kaizen: continuous improvement

Course Outlines

Introduction to Lean

  • What is Lean Concept?
  • Technical and Cultural Aspects of Lean
  • The 3 key dimensions of Lean
  • Benefits of Being Lean

Waste- Adding Value and Non-adding Value

  • Waste definition
  • Waste Identification and Elimination/Reduction
  • Why is JIT so powerful?
  • What do you need to do?
  • The concept of Push & Pull Production
  • Case Exercises on Waste

Quick Changeover and SMED

  • What is it?
  • A look at F1 case
  • Internal perspectives Vs. External perspectives

Visual Management

  • The significance of visual management
  • Examples of visual management to help you
  • Case comment on visual management in your organization

Poke Yoke or Mistake Proofing

  • Introduction and picture/video comments
  • Examples of devices
  • The 4 levels of effectiveness
  • Case discussion

Kaizen and continuous improvement

  • Definition of Kaizen
  • The 3 Legs of Kaizen
  • Case: Usage of Kaizen
  • Do you have a Kaizen Culture?

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