Lean Fundamentals

Lean Fundamentals [ ]

6Sigma.us’ Lean Fundamentals course introduces the principles of Lean and the overall importance of focusing on what adds value to the customer. Lean Fundamentals provides individuals methods to recognize wastes in processes as well as identify barriers to flow and implement pull in their current processes.

Lean Fundamentals training topics:

  • Lean Concepts and Lean Six Sigma
  • Principles of Lean and A3 Thinking
  • Project Planning and Approach
  • Foundation of Lean: Waste
  • Foundation of Lean: 5S
  • Define Value
  • Map the Value Stream
  • Process Measures and Data Display
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Create Flow
  • Establish Pull
  • Mistake Proofing
  • Pursue Perfection
  • Ideal and Future State Maps
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Wrap-Up
DurationDatesLocationCostRegister
4 Days Aug-08-2022 Chicago, IL $2000 Register
3 Days Aug-23-2022 Virtual Instructor-led Training $1300 Register
4 Days Aug-29-2022 Minneapolis, MN $2000 Register
4 Days Sep-26-2022 Dallas, TX $2000 Register
4 Days Oct-03-2022 Las Vegas, NV $2000 Register
4 Days(Tue-Fri) Oct-11-2022 Providence, RI $2000 Register
3 Days Oct-11-2022 Virtual Instructor-led Training $1300 Register
4 Days Oct-31-2022 San Francisco, CA $2000 Register
3 Days Oct-31-2022 Virtual Instructor-led Training $1300 Register
3 Days Nov-15-2022 Virtual Instructor-led Training $1300 Register
3 Days Dec-06-2022 Virtual Instructor-led Training $1300 Register

This four day course starts with Lean Basics like 5S, Kanban, Value Stream Mapping, and Kaizen, then covers advanced concepts that use data and analysis within a DMAIC roadmap to design an optimized process layout. Learn the Lean Fundamentals system that brings it all together.Lean Fundamentals Training Topics:

  • 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)
  • Program Synopsis
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