Lean is a highly effective business approach that results in fiscal strength, customer and employee loyalty, and organizational agility. Lean helps organizations in eliminating waste and introduce the discipline of optimizing value to customers. This workshop provide practices that help leaders in creating a culture that brings out the best in all employees.
At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will have an understanding of:
- Lean values, principles, and practices
- How to understand systems and identify sources of waste
- How to Improve your processes in the organization and engage your people
- How to sustain greater throughput by improving quality, reducing fire-fighting, enable smooth operations and lower operating cost
|Class Dates||October 26, 2019 (Saturday)|
|Time||08:30am - 04:30pm EST|
|Delivery||University of Toronto (UofT) Mississauga Campus
Communication Culture & Technology - CCT Room #3000 or Deerfield Hall Room # 3075
3359 Mississauga Rd N
Mississauga, ON L5L 1C6
|Instructor||Aleem Khan ..|
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Who will benefit?
Executives, managers, team leads, or anyone aspiring to improve the performance of his or her organization.
There is no knowledge required to take this course other than a very fundamental understanding of Leadership and management.
- Leadership influence
- Why Lean?
- Where did Lean come from?
- What is Lean?
- Lean mindset
- Scope of Lean
- The House of Lean (goals, pillars, foundational elements, principles, and practices)
- System stability
- Standard work
- Continuous flow
- Respect for people
- Continuous improvement
- Eliminate waste
- Go-And-See (Gemba)
- Leveling the flow
- Scientific method
- Improvement and Coaching Kata
- Visual display
| "This workshop provides a deeper outlook in transformation and strategic thinking, always looking for opportunities of continuous improvement at all level" -Adelaide St Laurent, Director PMO
"The session was very interactive and is learning through involvement as opposed to just delivering content on slides" -Mohammad Ali, Project Engineer.
"Scientific thinking, deliberate practice and overall Kata approach to continuous improvement are solid practices that are applicable to both business and home life" - Debra Scott
"Great interactive class that provides the deeper understanding of lean principles and how to practice" - Heather Johnson, Sr. Project Manager, RBC Insurance
Completing this course allows you to claim the following category A PDUs. Category A PDUs are the activities offered by Registered Education Providers (REPs), chapters, GAC, PMI, and other PMI approved providers