Clear, transparent, simple processes aren’t always the norm. The lean management method will shed light on your on-site processes. You will learn how internal processes can be recorded and information and material flows presented transparently. You will identify potential for improvement and define related measures. You will learn how to independently illustrate the process of moving from the current to the target scenario.
Carrying out a practical workshop focusing on a predefined internal process: - Defining targets, customer benefits and framework conditions - Recording the current process in practice - Visualisation of processing and lead times - Identifying potential - Developing the target process - Defining measures for improvement - Retrospective and monitoring success
Managers and specialists involved in the processes and looking to optimise them
In a time of rapid change, constant improvement is key to the survival of a business. Companies require a culture of improvement that is in line with their strategy and supports it. To transition from the existing culture to a culture of improvement, a company need roles, tools and methods. A roadmap is used to define milestones on a company’s journey to becoming a Kaizen organisation.
- Understand the existing company culture (current situation) - Using the Kaizen method to achieve cultural change - Developing a culture of improvement (target scenario) - Roles, methods and tools in a culture of improvement - Developing a roadmap in line with the company strategy - Identifying measures - Retrospective and success monitoring
Managers and specialists looking to introduce Kaizen within their company
One of the key Kaizen methods for optimising workplace organisation is the 6S method. The 6S method offers a simple, targeted technique for improving organisation, cleanliness, safety, health, efficiency and quality all at the same time. You will learn to recognise waste and reduce or eliminate it.
Carrying out the 6S method in a predefined area: - Aims and benefits of the 6S method - Recognising, reducing and eliminating types of waste - Systematic on-site implementation of the method - Incorporating improvement potential - Retrospective and monitoring success
Managers and employees who want to actively support the Kaizen process and optimise their workplace and working environment