Applying rapid improvement processes to a manufacturing workplace can often be challenging for workers and leaders. During this course, participants gain a thorough introduction to the basics of Lean Enterprise thinking and the Kaizen methodology, and utilize their rapid improvement knowledge by responding to various operational issues within their organization.


**Course Summary: **

Applying rapid improvement processes to a currently-operating manufacturing workplace can often seem like an insurmountable challenge for employees and leaders alike. To help workers overcome these obstacles, this five-day implementation event thoroughly immerses participants in a complete rapid improvement project, providing them with a corporate goal to achieve in less than a week’s time.

Within tight-knit teams, participants will gain a thorough introduction to the basics of Lean Enterprise thinking, the Kaizen improvement methodology, and a vast array of assorted development strategies, and will utilize their knowledge by responding to a number of operational issues within their organization. This intensive rapid improvement session is the ideal way to stoke your workforce’s creativity, flexibility, motivation, and problem-solving skills!

Discussed Topics:

  • Understanding the Lean Enterprise and Kaizen processes.
  • Guided facilitation through workplace improvement processes.
  • Analyzing, discussing, and implementing a culture of continuous improvement in a manufacturing organization.
  • The importance of acknowledging contributions to continuous improvement processes and solution application.
  • Evaluating process improvements by examining quantifiable returns-on-investment.

Course Outline:

  • Introduction to Lean Enterprise and Kaizen methodologies.
  • Basic Lean Enterprise and Kaizen training.
  • Observation and documentation of operational issues within participants’ workplaces.
  • Issue prioritization and analysis.
  • Solution-brainstorming sessions.
  • Implementation of solutions into the existing processes of participants’ organizations.
  • Final evaluations and course conclusion.

DURATION: Five (5) Day-Long Sessions

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: In-Person Classroom and Participant Worksites

SCHEDULE: Please contact Amy Edwards, EMC's Training Manager, at 1-866-323-4362 for upcoming course dates and times.

Training is available in English.

Contact Information

Amy Edwards
Training Manager
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