Lean Fundamentals Webinar

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Lean Fundamentals Webinar Features

  • Courses are led by Lean Masters with extensive training, project knowledge, and real-world experience
  • $1,300 Special Pricing for the Lean Fundamentals Webinar includes Lean Agent Certification
  • Coaching and project support provided by a Lean Master
  • Examples discussed in class reach across all industry sectors
  • Clear understanding of how Lean and Six Sigma complement each other
  • Color printed and bound course material with free shipping in the continental United States with additional fees applying to shipments outside of the United States

The SixSigma.us Lean Fundamentals Webinar will be a three-day course taking place Tuesday-to-Thursday. Each day will be six hours long including breaks.

Those who complete this course are eligible for our Lean Agent Certification with a suitable project that illustrates concept application to improving one of your organization’s processes.

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3 days Aug-24-2021 Virtual Instructor-led Training $1300 Register
3 days Sep-21-2021 Virtual Instructor-led Training $1300 Register
3 days Nov-16-2021 Virtual Instructor-led Training $1300 Register

Class Agenda

3 Day Lean Fundamentals Agenda

  • Overview of the Lean Initiative
  • Incorporating Lean & Six Sigma
  • Muda (or Waste) Eradication
  • Value Stream Mapping (Present and Prospective State)
  • How to Conduct a Lean Vision Events (or Kaizen Events)
  • Flow, TAKT Time and PITCH Applications
  • Replenishment Pull methods vs. Traditional “Push”
  • Kanban or Visual Signaling
  • Goldratt’s “Theory of Constraints”
  • 5S and Visual Control
  • Poka Yoke (Error Proofing)
  • Contact us if you have additional questions.