Become a Lean Consultant
5 Online Courses
Verifiable Certificate of Completion
Skills you will master
- Lean Manufacturing System
- Lean tools
- Lean Manufacturing System
- Total Productive Maintenance
- Concept of Wastes
- Waste Reduction Tools
- Total Quality Management
- Quality Philosophies
- TQM Activity
- Employee involvement in TQM
- Continous Process improvement in TQM
- Statistical Process Control in TQM
A lean consultant is responsible for handling the responsibilities effectively and efficiently by assisting in empowering the clients by cutting down on the wastes and ensuring that the existing processes are made more efficient. The training will help you in becoming a better lean consultant and provide you with skills necessary to make this career a huge success.
Learn how to implement the lean principles. Understand tools and techniques of lean manufacturing, total productive maintenance. Become a successful Lean consultant with our training.
Lean has proven itself in many different manufacturing and service industries to be the dynamic leap in production efficiency needed to excel and survive in the world marketplace.
The fundamental principle of is very essential to learn and it tells that Lean is the continuous recognition and elimination of waste in operations and reducing time from order to delivery while maintaining or improving product quality.
This course focuses on gaining an understanding of Lean principles, practices, and techniques from both a technical standpoint and the people perspective needed to effect the change and sustain the improvement.
Emphasis will be placed on developing the individual skills needed to become a Lean thinker and champion and on building a road map for transitioning your organization from its current state to one of being a Lean operation.
If you want to know about the history of where Lean originated from, it goes back to Japan. So far, lean is the set of “tools” that assist in the identification and steady elimination of waste.
Lean is focused on getting the right things to the right place at the right time. Also at the right quantity to achieve perfect work flow. Lean helps to make the work simple. Most of the lean concepts are understood, applied by many manufacturers successfully.
Lean management is either organization-wide or department-wide approach that supports the ideology of continuous improvement, delivering value from a customer’s point of view, and elimination of waste. Lean management is a long-term approach that works in a very systematic manner, aimed at achieving success in units and implements small and incremental changes to different processes and workflows. This approach makes sure that the processes and in turn product improves in efficiency and in quality.
Mainly derived from the Toyota Production System invented by Taiichi Ohno, along with Shigeo Shingo and others, Lean management aimed at eliminating “Muda” or waste along the workflow or process line within manufacturing and production. But trumping the other objectives it fulfills, lean management involves the concept of continuous improvement among processes. Eventually, the benefits of lean management cascaded quickly from Toyota’s production line to other manufacturing units of businesses across the world, now designated as an industry standard management practice.
A Japanese term for wastefulness or uselessness, Muda was adopted to identify the different types of wastes that exists in scenarios where the process hoards up more resources than required and these wastes are doing the rounds at production/manufacturing units. When we can identify what type of waste is involved, the necessary actions of elimination can be undertaken by managers to manage the lean system implemented.
As per the identification and study, 7 types of wastes were determined and put under scanner within Lean management to find ways and means of elimination, providing us with a smooth and value-rich process flow. These 7 types of wastes include (TIMWOOD):
Transportation (moving materials that are not required for the process)
Inventory (unwanted parts of the product, whether in WIP or finished)
Motion (resources or equipment moving more than needed)
Waiting (disruptions and interruptions during processing)
Overproduction (excessive supply ahead of demand)
Over-processing (poor tool or equipment design or even less efficient product design)
Defects (efforts involved in inspection, monitoring, and fixing of errors or defects)
Lean management gained a lot of traction and was mostly used in the manufacturing sector, but has ever since gained a lot of precedence in the recent past as a complete set of methodologies to eliminate waste in the curve and turn of the production/manufacturing process.
Lean methodologies have processes as a “value stream”. Management of this value stream involves defining these values in the product and process capabilities within a workflow. This is focused on the needs of the customers and Lean ensures that the customers receive the product or service they need at the right time and at the right cost for purchase, making it a win-win situation for the business as well as the customers.
Quality is of utmost importance while there are changes implemented. And, the working of putting these changes or improvements in place is through the inputs and feedback from people performing the work, who are in the spot.
Features of Lean Management
Jotted below are a few features of lean management within a business or a production line, and things that a manager implementing lean needs to pay attention to:
Focuses on removal of waste
Follows the step-by-step methodology:
Identification of value
Identification of value stream
Flow of activities
Pulling of product by customers
Perfection of the process
Focuses on the Flow of processes
Effect is reduction in timing of the flow
For organizations looking at visual value change and stress on right now time.
Sectors it caters to include trade, healthcare, administrative
Within Lean management, there is a certain order that when put to use can successfully implement the notions of Lean manufacturing within the required processes. These form the 5 principles of Lean management and the end result is a customer satisfaction and increase in efficiency and quality. These Lean principles include:
Identifying the value – Identify the value of the product from the perspective of the many customers the product is catering to.
Mapping the value stream – Check at every checkpoint the value added by the process and identify those checkpoints that don’t produce any value at all, get rid of them.
Creating a flow – Create a seamless process flow devoid of any interruptions or breaks, giving the products the smoothest ride towards the customers.
Establishing a pull – Allow customers to pull value from the next upstream activity within the workflow.
Seeking pure perfection – With value specified and mapped, with a seamless flow created and wastes being removed, also a customer pull attached, the state of perfection of the process is then achieved and the process is now Lean.
Lean Management Program Description
What is Lean? – Understand the insides and out of Lean and what really triggers this wild horse to conquer the world of manufacturing and production. You will learn your role as a manager, what are the key factors driving Lean, and what you need to look out for when you are looking at implementing Lean. Understand the concept of value and how value is added or depreciated at different stages along the workflow. Also, learn the concept of productivity and how it affects the different stages involved in turning raw materials, time, and effort into fully finished products.
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Schedule Model Overview
Nhia Mai Lor
TQM Activity and Customers
MARYNETH DE ROXAS
Primavera P6 Project Planner Software Review
James Andrew Currie
James Nils Arthur Hepburn
Darryl D Arnold
Interesting overview of the program
Muhammad Mamdouh Amer Elsayed Muhammad
CA Nitin Sachdeva
Kandavel Murugan B
Easy & comprehensive
Great for Engineering
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