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Lean PowerPoint Training Presentations

Lean has roots that date back to the 1500’s, but gets most of its notoriety from how Toyota used it to overtake American automakers to become the world’s greatest auto manufacturer.  Lean is a widely adopted improvement methodology to reduce waste across the value stream(s) of a business to improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the product or service it offers its Customers.  Businesses that successfully utilize Lean as a strategy typically see dramatic financial improvement.A successful implementation is easier said than done.  For every successful implementation there is probably 3-4 that fail.  Understanding those potential pitfalls will save your company valuable time and money.  Invest in your future and learn how to do it the correct way.
 
 
What’s Inside

In the Lean package you’ll receive 17 separate presentations on tools and techniques to educate all levels within your organization for a successful deployment.  Here are the topics you’ll learn about:

  • Lean Overview: History, Purpose, Benefits, etc.
  • Value Stream Mapping
  • Gemba
  • 5S / Visual Workplace
  • Kaizen
  • Material Presentation
  • Heijunka: Level-Loading, Sequencing
  • Just-in-Time: Flow, Takt, & Pull
  • 3P
  • Jidoka
  • Kanban
  • Standard Work
  • Mistake Proofing
  • OEE, Quick Changeover, SMED, & TPM
  • Cell Design, Single-Piece Flow
  • Theory of Constraints
  • Critical Path Analysis, Critical Chain
 
What You’ll Learn

Shortly after you make your purchase you’ll be able to begin taking advantage of the content within. Rather you’re in a Leadership position, a Change Agent, or someone looking to expanding your knowledge about Lean in the workplace, the material in these presentations will give you instant insight into the benefits of Lean and how to apply it.

Although Lean is best applied at the Enterprise level when you have Leadership support, the tools and techniques can be applied in your own area of responsibility. If you’re responsible for improving operational performance such as cycle time, productivity, quality, and/or safety, Lean is a leading methodology to improve performance.

Lean is a methodology that is time-tested and is proven in numerous industries. It’s not just for manufacturing. If you have a process in your business, Lean Thinking can be applied. Here are a few industries that we’ve successfully applied the methodologies in:

 

Our Guarantee
 


We’re so confident that the content within this training package will give you a greater insight into improving your business that we offer a no questions asked guarantee.  If you’re not completely satisfied within the first 30 days, contact us and we’ll give you a full refund.

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