Successful businesses with efficient, customer-focused processes constantly strive to be better and more responsive to customer demands. This course focusses on how Lean Leaders create a culture of continuous improvementBook Now
Lean Leaders shape the business landscape and sponsor improvement activities. They are business leaders who have a keen eye on providing world class customer service, providing high levels of quality and service. To do this they must know how to get the best out of their team, so this course focusses on the behaviours of lean leaders and managers.
Leaders and Managers who want to create an outperforming culture should attend this course. With an emphasis on Management Disciplines of tiered meetings, leader standard work and visual management this 2 day course brings lean manufacturing and lean enterprise to life. More than a set of improvement tools creating a lean culture involves behaviours that focus on the process and not on the person. Lean leaders need to behave in a way that brings out the best in their people, they need to empower front line staff and their behaviour should ‘seek to understand’. This course focusses on behaviour of leaders and the various aspects of creating a lean culture.
Green Belts spend around 20% of their time on improving processes. More than the basics, delegates learn how Lean and 6 Sigma tools are applied to bring about process change.View Course
Using Value Stream Mapping, this course teaches Lean Practitioners how to lead projects to eliminate process waste and improve practices.View Course
This process examines product and information flow, to show how businesses work - and how improvement opportunities can be identified and implemented.View Course
Yellow Belts are often members of project teams, and they may lead improvement activities within their own area. This course teaches the basics of lean and six sigma.View Course