One of the greatest enemies for all business value chain processes is Waste, In lean Jargon- MUDA
Muda is generally any human activity which consumes resources but creates less or no value to the organization. For example, producing defect or making mistakes which require re-do, rectification, backlogs that results in waiting, adding processing steps which aren’t actually needed only adds waste to the process which incurs high lead time, more cost and usages of more resources to the company.
There is a powerful antidote to Muda- Lean Methodology and Lean Thinking. It provides a way to do more and more with less and less and leads the organization towards Operational Excellence.
The Lean Practitioner course is the course for Continuous Improvement Individual who wish to learn the knowledge of Lean Methodology and how to improve processes by using Lean methods and tools.
The Lean practitioner is the initiator and Change Agent of Lean improvement processes and Lean implementation in the organization. A hands-on individual whose objective is to develop the better process and inspire those involved to do better on a daily basis. The Lean Practitioner has an excellent command and conversant on the Lean methods and tools, is familiar with Lean principles and inspires others to participate in the improvement process. Within organizations Lean Practitioners are the specialists and change agent who make organizations excel and enthusiastically transfer the Lean principles onto others.
Learn to keep your business processes Lean and boost profit, better customer satisfaction with Certified Lean Practitioner courses. This training ideally for management who wish to have the essence of benefits of implementing lean tools.
• Cultural Transformation- Continuous Improvement Culture
• Better Quality performance, fewer defects and rework
• Fewer Machine and Process Breakdowns.
• Lower levels of Inventory.
• Greater levels of Stock Turnover.
• Less Space Required.
• Higher efficiencies, more output per man hour.
• Improved delivery performance/ Better Lead Time
• Faster Development.
• Greater Customer Satisfaction.
• Improved employee morale and involvement.
• Improved Supplier Relations.
• HIGHER EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION!
• HIGHER PROFITS!
• INCREASED BUSINESS!
Quality & Process
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