What does Kaizen mean?
Kaizen is a Japanese concept. Within companies, it focuses on continuous process improvement and all the details within the company.
Why Lean Manufacturing? Why Kaizen?
Developing a Lean production system will allow us to focus on delivering maximum value to our customers, using the Kaizen philosophy.
We need to identify sources of waste (activities that do not add value), this is done through a combination of developing your staff and improving processes, only with this approach, we will be able to support a high level of performance.
PARTICIPANT EVALUATION OF THIS COURSE:
Value Stream Mapping cases
Identify and solve the main opportunities in your processes.
Work with 5S, visual management & standard work
Problem Solving Exercises
Activities of Lean skills development teams
24 hours (3 days)
Who should participate:
Managers of operational and support departments, intermediate levels in production, quality and engineering, Lean practitioners.
Manufacturers: Automotive, Electrical / Electronic, Pharmaceutical, Food and Beverage, Printing, Plastics, among others.
- Identifying key opportunities using Value Stream Mapping to achieve continuous global improvement
- Run and manage Kaizen cycles to improve quality, cost, delivery, and safety
- Establish Lean production methods and teams for high performance and long-lasting performance
TRAINING AGENDA: BODY OF KNOWLEDGE
- Manufacturing knowledge & amp; Toyota production system
- Defining Value for the Whole Company
- The 8 wastes in manufacturing and transactional processes
- Differences between Push and Pull systems
- Concepts of value analysis
- Explain the 5S phases with examples and implementation templates
- Visual management for efficient decision making
- Explanation of working standards and implementation examples
Lean metrics for manufacturing and transactional processes
Value analysis and classification of activities
Yamazumi, SIPOC & amp; Spaghetti Charts
T-Capital & amp; H-power VSM case examples
VSM case from transactional processes
One Piece Flow method and small batches
Explanation and examples for Pull systems: Supermarket and sequential withdrawals
Types of Kanban systems (supplier and manufacturer) and implementation requirements
Introducing the Heijunka system and balancing production
Principles and benefits of SMED
Analysis of the current state of VSM
Ideas for improving and developing the future status of VSM
Requirements for future status (at process and company level)
Selection of projects and work plan (Kaizen Newspaper)
Lean leaders as teachers and coaches of continuous improvement.
Reasons to work with us
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